Non-Public School Parents Plan Rallies Wednesday Night

Parents who send their children to non-public schools are holding two rallies Wednesday evening to protest what they are calling “power grabs by MoCo executives.” The rallies are planned for 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the plaza...

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‘No One’s Going to Come’: Restaurant Owners Disapprove of 10 p.m. Alcohol Restriction

Beginning Wednesday at noon, Montgomery County restaurants and bars will not be allowed to sell alcohol for on-premise consumption after 10 p.m. Under County Executive Marc Elrich’s executive order amending his Phase 2...

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Governor Hogan Announces Agreement to Expand Use of Rapid Antigen Tests

Governor Larry Hogan announced an agreement with the Rockefeller Foundation and six states to significantly expand the use of rapid coronavirus antigen tests. The six states include Maryland, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan,...

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New Daily County, State COVID-19 Cases Decline Since Friday

The Maryland Department of Health on Tuesday reported 17,910 cumulative COVID-19 cases in Montgomery County since the pandemic started, up 68 from Monday. The number of daily new cases has been declining since Friday. Based on...

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Padres de Familia y Escuelas Privadas Presentan una Demanda

Varios padres de familia y escuelas privadas firmaron una demanda que se presentó el 3 de agosto en el Tribunal de Distrito de EE.UU., alegando que el Oficial de Salud del Condado, Dr. Travis Gayles, excedió su autoridad cuando...

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Man Charged with Residential Burglary, Assault, Attempted Vehicle Break-in

A Virginia man was arrested Sunday and charged with burglarizing a Glenmont home and assaulting the resident inside. According to a police report, at approximately 8:35 a.m., Montgomery County Police officers responded to a...

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