Top 10 for Feb. 2-8

The weather dominated our Top 10 stories based on the web traffic heading to Our Top 10 list had plenty of public safety news as well, including Comptroller Peter Franchot cracking down on fraudulent tax preparers, a high school student getting arrested for pellet gun assaults and a Germantown man facing federal charges for cocaine and gun charges.

Finally, the week also included our tribute to Merlyn Reineke, the former CEO of Montgomery Community Media who died in December.

School Closing Could Alter MCPS School Calendar

Comptroller Suspends Returns from Two Montgomery Tax Preparers

Firefighters Respond to Three-Alarm Fire in Rockville

Quince Orchard High School Student Hospitalized

Police Arrest High School Student for Pellet Gun Assaults

Tribute to the Career of Late MCM CEO Merlyn Reineke

Police Investigating Double Fatal near Four Corners

UPDATE: Protesters Call on Leggett to ‘Reveal the Deal’

Shady Grove Road Trash Fire Stops Traffic

Germantown Man Gets 10 Years for Cocaine, Firearms Charges


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Douglas Tallman

About Douglas Tallman

Reporter with 35 years experience throughout Maryland. Reach me at or via Twitter at @MCM-Doug


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