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April 8, 2021

Un Año Después, las Bibliotecas del Condado Siguen Sin Poder Abrir Completamente

A medida que más personas reciben la vacuna contra el coronavirus, la vida comienza a parecerse a una “nueva normalidad”: los niños regresan a las aulas, la gente come afuera y los centros de recreación permiten que algunos clientes usen sus instalaciones. En vista de que se cesan las restricciones para los establecimientos, los edificios […]

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April 8, 2021

Elrich Disturbed by Takoma Park Shooting: ‘You Can’t Shoot People for Property Crimes’

Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich said he is very disturbed and concerned about Wednesday’s shooting in Takoma Park, in which police say an off-duty Pentagon Force Protection Agency officer shot and killed two people he said he saw trying to break into a car. Takoma Park Police identified the deceased as Dominique Williams, 32, of […]

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April 7, 2021

Hogan, Elrich Emphasize Unity at Germantown Mass Vaccination Site

Gov. Larry Hogan and County Executive Marc Elrich were united after touring the mass vaccination site at Montgomery College in Germantown on Wednesday. The site in Germantown has been open since March 31, but it has been operating using only COVID-19 vaccines allocated to the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services. Starting Thursday, […]

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April 7, 2021

Gayles and Hogan Disagree on Main Cause of Increased COVID-19 Related Hospitalizations

Montgomery County Council sat as the Board of Health to get COVID-19 updates from local health officials on Tuesday. County Health Officer Dr. Travis Gayles says although test positivity rates have slightly increased, the number of people getting tested for the virus has decreased. “We speculate that there may be hidden droves of asymptomatic individuals […]

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April 7, 2021

One Year Later, County Public Library Buildings Still Not Fully Open

As more people get the coronavirus vaccine, life is beginning to resemble a “new normal” — children are returning to classrooms, people are eating outside, and recreation centers are allowing some patrons to use its facilities. As restrictions for establishments are loosening, library buildings in Montgomery County still remain mostly closed. Anita Vassallo, director of Montgomery […]

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April 6, 2021

MCPS Teacher Randi Levy Talks Rock Band and the Love of Music

In this episode of ArtsEnPower, Montgomery County Public Schools teacher and singer/songwriter Randi Levy talks about her work as a music teacher and her innovative Rock Band program in schools. ArtsEnPower is a youth-produced program series that focuses on the ways that creative people use their artistry to positively impact their community. ArtsEnPower is a […]

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April 5, 2021

Various Partnerships Led to County Mass Vaccination Site

The new mass vaccination site at Montgomery College’s Germantown campus is operating thanks to a joint effort, according to county officials. “This is a partnership with many county public and private partners, as well as with the state,” said Montgomery County Dept. of Health and Human Services Emergency Planner Sean O’Donnell. MyMCM spoke with O’Donnell […]

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April 5, 2021

Watch Live: Hogan to Make ‘Important’ Vaccine Announcement at 4 p.m.

Gov. Larry Hogan will provide “an important vaccine update” at 4 p.m. on Monday. Hogan’s announcement will be streamed live on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. Mike Ricci, the communication’s director for Hogan, tweeted, “Making some big vaccine announcements today at 4 p.m. @GoVaxMD” Related Post: Starting Tuesday, Marylanders 16+ Are Eligible for Vaccine at Mass […]

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April 2, 2021

¿Dónde está mi Cheque? Experto habla del Estímulo Económico, Impuestos y Préstamos

Con la aprobación más reciente por parte del gobierno federal del paquete de estímulo económico, a raíz de la crisis desatada por el Covid-19, muchas personas se están preguntando: ¿Dónde está mi cheque?, pero como lo explica el empresario Javier Solís, Co-fundador y Presidente de Toro Taxes, la franquicia de impuestos hispana más grande del […]

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April 2, 2021

More Than $600,000 in Fines Forgiven by Montgomery County Public Libraries

Montgomery County Public Libraries (MCPL) announced that they have forgiven $696,165.68 in library fines. Director of MCPL, Anita Vasallo, sat down in a recent interview with MCM’s Deirdre Byrne where she discussed the county’s decision to halt charges of overdue fines. Vasallallo says “Montgomery County is forward-facing and understands the impact of these types of […]

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