April 30, 2020 | Suzanne Pollak


Speeding, Wet Roads Suspected Cause of Three Beltway Crashes Thursday

Three tractor trailer crashes on the Beltway Thursday are being investigated by Maryland State Police’s Rockville Barracks. All three accidents appeared to be caused by speeding on the wet road. It started at 10 a.m. with a crash on the inner loop of I-495 at Route 355. A tractor trailer was off the road and […]

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February 14, 2015 | Sonya Burke

High Winds and Below Zero Wind Chills Keep First Responders Busy in Montgomery County

A combination of high winds, snow and extremely cold temperatures kept first responders busy in Montgomery County on Saturday night. The National Weather Service has issued several weather advisories for Montgomery County this holiday weekend because of an arctic air mass that moved into our area. A high wind advisory remains in effect from now until 2 […]

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September 21, 2014 | Sonya Burke

County Announces Teen Pedestrian Safety Program (VIDEO)

You Only Live Once or YOLO is the theme of a new educational safety campaign in Montgomery County to curb pedestrian collisions involving teens. MCPS-TV reports. Visit our PEG partner MCPS TV to view more of its local programming. Related:

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September 17, 2014 | Sonya Burke

photo of Seneca Valley students signing up to not walk distracted

Local Leaders Announce YOLO Program to Curb Pedestrian Crashes Involving Teens (PHOTOS)

UPDATED- Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett, County Council President Craig Rice and Vice President of the Montgomery County Board of Education Patricia O’Neill today announced the launch of a new education program to reduce pedestrian crashes involving teens. Other speakers included: Montgomery County Council members Cherri Branson and Roger Berliner, Seneca Valley High School Principal Marc […]

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February 27, 2013 | Staff Writer

White Tail Deer in Rockville Cemetery

Council’s Feb. 28 Worksession Focuses on Deer

The Montgomery County Council’s Public Safety Committee will hold a work session on Feb. 28 at 9:30 a.m. to update the county’s efforts to control the deer population. The briefing will include an analysis of the program which, despite increased efforts, has not significantly decreased the key statistics associated with the growing deer population—including the […]

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