Five Things to Know for May 21 in Montgomery County

Happy Tuesday! It’s May 21 and here are five things to know in Montgomery County. 1. Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall Dedication: There will be a one-year anniversary commemoration of the dedication of the Montgomery County...

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A Royal Celebration For 100 Year-Old Coaching Legend

It would be a substantial understatement to say that 100-year-old Doyle Royal has led a full life. More accurately, he has led many full lives as – among other things – a decorated soldier and a longtime and legendary...

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Footage Shows Man Suspected of White Oak Armed Robbery

Montgomery County police have released a surveillance video from an April 27 armed robbery of a White Oak convenience store in hopes someone can identify him. Before midnight, Saturday, April 27, a man robbed M&BZ Convenience...

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67th Annual Potomac Hunt Races

Poolesville, MD, Sunday, May 19, 2019 On a sunny, summer like Sunday afternoon the 67th Annual Potomac Hunt Races took place on it quarters off of Peach Tree Road near Poolesville.  Eight Races of various lengths around a kidney...

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Montgomery’s Acting Police Chief To Become Laurel Chief

Montgomery County Acting Police Chief Russell Hamill has been appointed police chief of Laurel, a community of about 25,000. Laurel Mayor Craig Moe revealed the appointment through Instagram. Hamill had become the Montgomery...

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Quince Orchard Teacher on Leave for Attending Party With Underage Students

A Quince Orchard teacher attended a graduation party, where underage students drank alcohol. Principal Elizabeth Thomas sent a letter home to families, saying the incident occurred on  Thursday, May 16. “[A] Quince Orchard...

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