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November 8, 2019

Warrior Canine Connection Helps Veterans Heal

In honor of Veterans Day, MyMCMedia checked in with a local organization that gives back to those who fought for our country in a special way. Warrior Canine Connection helps veterans all year round. Officials say since the organization started in 2011, they’ve helped more than four thousand veterans through Mission Based Trauma Recovery. “We […]

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November 8, 2019

County Report This Week

Lorna Virgili hosts the latest episode of County Report This Week with news and information for Montgomery County. This episode includes: County Council confirms Marcus Jones as Chief of the Montgomery County Police Department. Several county departments and agencies join forces to tackle pedestrian safety. A second Early Childhood Education Center opens its doors in […]

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November 7, 2019

Hogan Responds to Elrich Over Thin Blue Line Flag Controversy

The debate over the Thin Blue Line flag continued at the opening of the new Biomedical Sciencing and Engineering Building at the Universities at Shady Grove on Thursday. Gov. Larry Hogan, who was at the grand opening in Rockville, commented on Elrich’s decision to ban the flag from being displayed at Montgomery County police stations. […]

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November 7, 2019

Se Acerca El Día Nacional de la Pupusa

La pupusa es el plato nacional de El Salvador. Desde el primero de abril de 2005, la Asamblea Legislativa de El Salvador decretó el segundo domingo de cada noviembre como “El Día Nacional de la Pupusa”, platillo típico hecho a mano, elaborado a base de muchos tipos de masa por ejemplo masa de maíz y […]

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November 6, 2019

Hola Montgomery TV – Episodio # 2

En el Episodio # 2 de Hola Montgomery TV, Andrea Sarralde presenta temas de educación, el abandono y ausentismo escolar, el comienzo de un nuevo ciclo en las escuelas públicas del condado de Montgomery, un recuento de lo que fue el festival que conmemora el día del salvadoreño-americano y una entrevista con el abogado experto […]

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November 6, 2019

Bill Prohibiting Discrimination Based on Natural Hairstyles Passed Unanimously by Council

Montgomery County Councilmembers voted unanimously for Bill 30-19, the CROWN (Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair) Act, during a hearing on Tuesday. The CROWN Act will prohibit discrimination against certain types of natural hairstyles, including braids, locks, Afros, curls and twists. In addition, this bill will ensure that individuals who are discriminated […]

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November 5, 2019

Marcus Jones Confirmed as New MCPD Chief

The Montgomery County Council confirmed Marcus Jones as Montgomery County’s new police chief Tuesday. “I feel great this has been an incredibly long road… I’m just grateful and honored, and humbled to be in this position,” said Chief Marcus Jones said. Jones, who has been on the force for more than 30 years, says his […]

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November 5, 2019

La Historia de los Jornaleros en Montgomery

La organización comunitaria CASA alberga a aproximadamente 300 jornaleros, hombres y mujeres, latinos y africanos, no sólo para ayudarles a buscar trabajos dignos, justos y bien pagados sino también para capacitarlos en trabajos de construcción, enseñarles inglés, brindarles servicios legales y en general encaminarlos para entender el sistema en Estados Unidos y mejorar sus vidas […]

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November 5, 2019

What’s Open and Closed on Veterans Day in Montgomery County

Montgomery County government has posted the following holiday schedule for Monday, Nov. 11 in observance of Veterans Day: County offices – Closed. Public Libraries – Closed. County liquor stores – All retail stores are open normal hours. Recreation – Aquatic centers are open. Recreation, and senior centers and administrative offices are closed. Montgomery Parks – […]

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November 4, 2019

Elrich Tries Again to Get State to Support Corridor Cities Transitway

Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich made another pitch Monday night for the Corridor Cities Transitway, a bus link that would connect Clarksburg with the Shady Grove Metro Station. But state Transportation Secretary Pete Rahn said the state lacked the funding to handle the project, which could cost as much as $400 million. “We don’t have […]

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