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July 30, 2021 | Josh Barr

Ledecky Caps Tokyo Games with 7th Career Gold Gold Medal

One of the greatest swimmers in Olympic history added to her legend in her final swim at the Tokyo Olympic Games. Katie Ledecky, the Bethesda native and Stone Ridge School graduate, will be bringing yet one more gold medal back home with her. Ledecky led from start to finish in the women’s 800-meter freestyle and […]

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July 30, 2021 | Jordan Lindsay

5 Things to Know Today, July 30, In Montgomery County

Today is Friday, July 30, and here are five things to know in Montgomery County. 1. Tokyo Olympics – Day 7: It is Day 7 of the Tokyo Olympics, and MyMCM continues to offer coverage of all the athletes from Montgomery County who are competing for Team USA and other countries. The Tokyo Olympics are underway. Make sure you keep […]

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July 29, 2021 | Michelle Queen

5 Things to Know Today, July 29, In Montgomery County

Today is Thursday, July 29, and here are five things to know in Montgomery County. 1. Tokyo Olympics – Day 6: It is Day 6 of the Tokyo Olympics and MyMCM continues to offer coverage of all the athletes from Montgomery County who are competing for Team USA and other countries. Both Katie Ledecky and Phoebe Bacon swim today for […]

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July 28, 2021 | Gracie Tanner

Farm-Based Wineries, Breweries Offer Self-Guided Tours

Montgomery County’s newest agritourism sector, farm-based breweries and wineries, welcomes visitors. The county’s Office of Agriculture offers free, self-guided tours this summer of the many breweries and wineries that Montgomery County has to offer. Brewers in the county produce beers and ciders that reflect seasonal preferences and contain locally sourced ingredients, increasing the popularity of […]

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July 28, 2021 | Maryam Shahzad

5 Things to Know Today, July 28, In Montgomery County

Today is Wednesday, July 28, and here are five things to know in Montgomery County. 1. Weekly Briefing Time Change: County Executive Marc Elrich, County Health Officer Dr. Travis Gayles and Acting Assistant Chief Administrative Officer Dr. Earl Stoddard will hold their weekly media briefing at 12 p.m. You can watch live on MCM channels […]

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July 27, 2021 | Deirdre Byrne

5 Things to Know Today, July 27, In Montgomery County

Today is Tuesday, July 27, and it is National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day. Today we honor those who served in the Korean War. In the meantime, here are five things to know in Montgomery County. 1. Tokyo Olympics – Day 4: It is Day 4 of the Tokyo Olympics and MyMCM continues to offer […]

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July 26, 2021 | Gracie Tanner

Sentence Stands in Brutal Murder Case

Eric Sylvester Dyson, accused of the murder of a World War II and Korean War veteran, was denied early release after seeking a sentence reduction on July 26. Dyson was tried by Judge Stephen G. Salant in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County. Dyson was convicted in the 2015 brutal murder of 94-year-old veteran Dan […]

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July 26, 2021 | Michelle Queen

5 Things to Know Today, July 26, In Montgomery County

Today is Monday, July 26, and here are five things to know in Montgomery County. 1. Council Media Briefing: Council President Tom Hucker and Vice President Gabe Albornoz are holding a media briefing today at noon to discuss early voting centers for the 2022 election, the Council’s upcoming vote on zoning changes for 5G wireless […]

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July 23, 2021 | Joe Yasharoff

Fox 5 Moves to New Digs in Bethesda

After five decades at 5151 Wisconsin Avenue in the Friendship Heights neighborhood of NW Washington DC, Fox 5 is getting new, shiny digs in Bethesda. The new headquarters are two miles up the street located at 7272 Wisconsin Avenue. Fox 5 will take up three floors of the new building. The first show from the […]

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July 23, 2021 | Suzanne Pollak

‘Humbled and Honored’ Tom Manger Leads U.S. Capitol Police

Former Montgomery County Police Chief Tom Manger took the helm of the United States Capitol Police Friday. He heads up a force in which two officers died and nearly 150 officers were injured following the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. “I am humbled and honored to join the men and women of the […]

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