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July 22, 2019 | Sara Chernikoff

Sunday Evening Storms Leave Significant Damage

Severe thunderstorms in Montgomery County Sunday evening took down several trees along with power lines throughout the county. The thunderstorms followed an intense heatwave causing temperatures to rise into the high 90’s over the weekend. The heavy rain and high gusts of wind caused trees to crash into homes and roadways, leaving many residents without […]

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July 19, 2019 | Staff Writer

Game Time for Saturday’s Spirit Game Moved Due to Extreme Heat

Continued extreme heat has caused the Spirit to move the start time of Saturday’s game from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Maryland SoccerPlex in Boyds. According to the Spirit, Gate D and the Fan Zone will open at 6:30 p.m. and Gate A will open at 7 p.m. Refillable water or water bottles will […]

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July 19, 2019 | Staff Writer

Rockville Twilight Road Race Canceled Due to Heat Wave

The Rockville Rotary, in coordination with the city of Rockville, has canceled this Saturday’s Rockville Rotary Twilight Runfest 8K and Family Fun Run, due to predictions of extreme heat. The safety of runners, staff, volunteers and spectators is the event organizers’ highest priority. Organizers hope to revise and reschedule the event for fall, if possible. […]

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July 18, 2019 | Frances Moyonero

Canceled: Road Closures Planned for Saturday’s Twilight Road Race in Rockville

Update: The race and festival are canceled due to extreme heat. Rockville Twilight Road Race Canceled Due to Heat Wave The city of Rockville will be celebrating the 34th year of its Twilight Runfest this Saturday, causing roads to close for 13 hours. The Runfest includes a 8-kilometer road race and 1-mile family fun run. […]

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July 17, 2019 | Michelle Queen

We Love Weekends: Montgomery County Planner for July 18 – 21

Here’s our guide to arts and entertainment in Montgomery County, July 18 – 21. Apollo 50 Festival: The National Air and Space Museum hosts a three day festival on the National Mall to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the first moon landing. There will be 20 tented displays and a stage for live performances. Visitors […]

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June 26, 2019 | Michelle Queen

BlackRock’s Summer Concert Series Get Rolling June 29

BlackRock’s outdoor summer concerts series is scheduled to begin June 29 with the first of five free concerts. The concerts take place on Saturday evenings June 29 through July 27 at 12901 Town Commons Drive in Germantown. The concerts take place on the BlackRock Outdoor Stage with seating on the front lawn. Guests are encouraged […]

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July 19, 2017 | Staff Writer

On the Agenda: County Council Committees Meet Thursday

Several Montgomery County Council committees are meeting Thursday. On the agenda, student loans, taxicabs, public campaign financing, a telework regulation, declaration of no further need property, and safe routes to school. Below is the committee schedule: The Montgomery County Council’s Government Operations and Fiscal Policy and Education committees will meet jointly at 9:30 a.m. to […]

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June 16, 2017 | Staff Writer

Thursday Night Summer Concerts at Glen Echo Park (PHOTOS)

Music is in the air every Thursday evening at Glen Echo Park from now through September 7th. This annual summer concert series features a different group each week and takes place at 7:30 p.m. in the Bumper Car Pavilion. The Bumper Car Pavilion is a covered, open-air pavilion. Concerts are held rain or shine. Bench […]

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May 11, 2017 | Staff Writer

Summer Concerts Return to Bethesda’s Veterans Park

Free outdoor summer concerts return to downtown Bethesda Thursday evenings during May, June and July. The concerts, sponsored by the Bethesda Urban Partnership, offer a diverse range of music including rock, funk, jazz, swing, and reggae. The concerts begin in May and take place on Thursday evenings, from 6 – 8 p.m. in Veterans Park, […]

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July 25, 2016 | Sonya Burke

Local Leaders Celebrate the Launch of the BELL Program (VIDEO)

Montgomery County officials are celebrating the launch of the Building Educated Leaders for Life (BELL) program this summer. The program will serve one thousand students a year for four years. Councilmember Nancy Navarro said this innovative program approaches the critical issue of the summer slide. MCPS-TV has more in this report, below:

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