When Baseball Meets Mariachi, Martial Arts, and Henna Tattoos in Bethesda (VIDEO)

Baseball fans had a chance to learn about Montgomery County’s diverse population at a baseball game on July 20 where the Bethesda Big Train played the Vienna River Dogs.

This multicultural was a preview of the upcoming World of Montgomery Festival and included presentations from places such as China, El Salvador, and India.

Don’t miss the World of Montgomery Festival on October 18 at Montgomery College’s Rockville campus.

Gonzaga Boy's Lacrosse Defeats Good Counsel 17-4

Gonzaga@Good Counsel Boys LAX 4-20-18

Good Counsel High School Olney Maryland Friday 4-20-2018 The outcome of the game between the Falcons of Good Counsel and the Eagles of Gonzaga was decided early in the contest. The first face off won by #45 O’Berry of Gonzaga was taken to the Falcon goal for the first goal of the contest, only six […]

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Churchill Boy's LAX Outscores Quince Orchard 12-2 Saturday

Bad pass and ground ball recovery by Churchill turns into a score to increase Churchill’s lead, 6-1.

The Winston Churchill boys varsity lacrosse team topped cross town rival Quince Orchard Saturday in Potomac. The game was played on the Danver Field in Churchill’s Shepherd Stadium. The Churchill Bulldogs scored 12 goals to the Cougars’ 2. Churchill is currently ranked number 3 in the region by the Washington Post. The Bulldogs are on […]

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County Program Aims to Diversify Teacher Workforce with Men of Color

Bond Project

A program in Montgomery County is working to increase and retain male educators of color to reflect the school district’s diverse population. The Building Our Network of Diversity (BOND) Project started in 2013 after the organization’s co-founder Inger Swimpson found that male teachers of color were having difficulties with finding success in Montgomery County Public […]

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Rockville Robotics Teams Advances to World Championship

Wizards.exe Robotics Team

After beating 12 other teams at the East Coast Super-Regional Championships, a local robotics team of middle and high school students have advanced to compete in the World Robotics Championships in Detroit next week. It’s not the first time that Wizards.exe have advanced this far, according to the team’s mentor Rajiv Dewan. “This is their third […]

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21 This Week Preview

21 This Week featured 21 This Week graphic April 2014

Watch a video preview of the next episode of 21 This Week, below: 21 This Week airs on Montgomery Channel 21 on Sundays at 11 a.m. and again at 7 p.m.; Mondays at noon and again at 8 p.m.; Tuesdays at 12:30 p.m. and again at 8:30 p.m.

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County Executive Candidates Provide Thoughts on Environment

2018 Election Ahead Sign istock

Five of the Democrats who want to be Montgomery County’s next county exective fielded questions Thursday night at Takoma Park Middle School. One question showed each would take environmental steps, although they seemed to have different ways to approach the issue. Participating were Councilmembers Roger Berliner, Marc Elrich and George Leventhal as well as health […]

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Hogan Tours Fire Station

Hogan Touring Fire Station

Gov. Larry Hogan, in the county for an autism event and a business event, toured the Gaithersburg-Washington Grove fire station, getting a look at fire equipment and the lives of firefighters.

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UPDATE: Hogan Calls for New Procurement on Highway Contract

Hogan at fire station

Gov. Larry Hogan on Friday asked Transportation Secretary Pete Rahn for a new procurement for a consulting contract to guide $9 billion in highway spending. The $68.5 million contract became the source of questions by the Board of Public Works. The Daily Record in Baltimore reported that Rahn had failed to disclose ownership and sale […]

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Oh %@#*! Study Reveals Americans Curse to Deal with Stress

Furious businessman shouting on mobile phone

A new study reveals that the average American utters their first curse word of the day at 10:54 a.m. The study commissioned by 9Round Kickbox Fitness and conducted by OnePoll focused on the everyday stress and frustration of 2,000 Americans by exploring how much stress they take on and how they deal with it, according […]

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MCM CEO Testifies Before County Council


Nannette Hobson, CEO of Montgomery Community Media, testifies before the Montgomery County Council, describing how the shock of the unexpected death of its former CEO has evolved into a renewed dedication to its mission.

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