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October 13, 2020 | Maryam Shahzad

Three Weeks Out From Election Day, Sen. Kagan Answers Questions About Ballots

Election Day is three weeks away but voting is ongoing. Sen. Cheryl Kagan (D-17) is engaged with state and county election board matters and helped clarify some ballot questions like where exactly to sign and why internet delivery may not be as convenient as you think. In Maryland, the board of elections must receive mail-in […]

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September 4, 2020 | Andrea Sarralde

La Responsabilidad de las Compañías de Tecnología para Proteger a los Menores

Debido a la pandemia Covid-19 las escuelas públicas del área metropolitana de Washington DC se vieron obligadas a cerrar sus puertas y adaptarse a una instrucción sólo virtual, al menos durante el primer semestre del año escolar 2020-2021. MyMCMedia conversó con Juan Carlos Morales, Vice-presidente regional de Rootstack, una compañía que desarrolla e implementa aplicaciones […]

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May 16, 2018 | Staff Writer

Laurel and Yanny Split the Internet

Some people hear “Yanny” and others hear “Laurel.” The four second audio clip has the internet divided similar to the heated debate over the blue dress or gold dress. So what do you  hear? Listen to the audio in the tweet below. This is the video everyone is talking about, Yanny vs Laurel. pic.twitter.com/eLhhiTuoXW — […]

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August 30, 2016 | Staff Writer

Metro Launches Free, Public Wi-Fi Pilot Program at Six Metro Stations

Metro General Manager Paul Wiedefeld has announced the launch of free public Wi-Fi at six Metrorail stations as part of a limited pilot program. The six stations selected for the pilot are: Metro Center, Gallery Place, Judiciary Square, Union Station, Archives and L’Enfant Plaza. According to a news release, the free service will be available […]

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July 17, 2014 | Staff Writer

MCPS Board of Education

MCPS to Increase Technology in the Classroom

Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) is beginning a multi-year effort to provide all students with access to mobile computers and a cloud-based learning platform that will enhance creativity and collaboration in the classroom. Superintendent of Schools Joshua P. Starr and MCPS staff briefed the Montgomery County Board of Education at its July 15th meeting on […]

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May 1, 2014 | Staff Writer

Riemer Issues Statement Following Cable President Powell’s Speech

Montgomery County Councilmember Hans Riemer today (May 1) issued a statement in regards to comments made by Michael K. Powell, president and CEO of the National Cable and Telecommunications Association, during the keynote address on April 29 in Los Angeles to open the Cable Show 2014—the NCTA’s annual conference. “While I agree with Mr. Powell […]

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