Top 10 Stories from April 28-May 4

Public safety news was the top story of the week, with the story of a man in Poolesville who pointed a gun at his landlord. Other top stories included Metro’s plans for the Shady Grove and Rockville stations, the Germantown homicide investigation, the story of a homeless woman, and the follow-up on a story about the Montgomery County Council of PTAs missing funds.

UPDATED: Man Barricades Himself Inside House in Poolesville

SafeTrack Will Close Shady Grove, Rockville Stations

Soccer Coach Arrested for Sex Abuse with 7-Year-Old Girl

Gaithersburg Reports 2 Armed Robberies, 2 Strong-Arm Robberies So Far in April

Police Investigate Homicide in Germantown, Police Say Four People Were Shot

A Homeless Woman’s Death Becomes ‘Call to Action’

Maryland Flag at Half Staff on Saturday

New MCCPTA President Says $10,000 in ‘Unaccounted’ Deposits Turn Up (VIDEOS)

Motorcycle Wreck Closes I-370 During Evening Rush Hour

Judge Sets Catherine Hoggle’s Next Court Hearing for July 6 (VIDEO)

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About Douglas Tallman

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


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