Four football players were ‘terrorized’ by teammates in 2017 and 2018
Sen. Jeff Waldstreicher of Montgomery County sponsored the law
Grab your beer stein and join these four local celebrations
Hearing reveals emails to education officials are removed from system after one year
Plus: Montgomery Parks announces fall events for the family, MCPS seeks input on next year’s school calendar
Todd Watkins’ lax oversight opened door to $320,000 in theft, prosecutors alleged
District public defender argues judge had conflict of interest
Plus: Upcounty transportation town hall date set; Booeymonger closes
Tropical Storm Ophelia brings in rain and wind, which caused MoCo to cancel the event
Three-concert tour begins Sept. 22 at Strathmore in North Bethesda
Between July 1, 2022 and June 30, there were 3,362 instances of book banning in public libraries and in schools, according to PEN America.
High number of federal employees would be affected
Legislation will be effective on sales in 2024, with full restriction rollout set for 2025
Jay Thirunarayanapuram, a student and artist at Albert Einstein High School, was killed while subway surfing.
Teen struck by car in Montgomery Village and Field of Screams is open
Bill would require gun sellers to distribute preventative literature
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U.S., Canadian figures join latest demonstration of group’s efforts in Maryland
McKnight promises open communication, transparency in the process
These gold-star teachers inspire elementary, middle school, and high school students
Sligo Creek Elementary is one school where need is acute, parents say
New art will explore realities of life as a teenager in modern America
District won’t release report that showed ‘extremely serious violations’ of public trust
School board releases summary of Jackson Lewis investigation findings
The Heights, Commas and Solaire Social feature international flavors
Wiseguy Pizza opened Wednesday and Red Ribbon Bakeshop opened Saturday
Find regional cuisine, a selection of wines and products from women-owned businesses in the Randolph Hills Shopping Center
Plus, dial up some jokes at an unusual Chevy Chase “pay” phone while a Takoma Park toy store embraces its playful fun-seeking customers.
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Plus: Montgomery Parks to acquire Ednor Soapstone Quarry and transform the area into a park focused on indigenous cultural history.
Work-from-home trend is changing how developers approach amenity space
In 2026, developers plan to remake the site into a high-rise mixed-use building
City’s candidate orientation was scheduled for and held on Rosh Hashanah
Residents will also decide on term limits, lowering voter age and other referenda questions.
Property management company charged illegal fees, failed to return tenant security deposits, AG finds
Plus: Montgomery County hires a new climate change officer; Silver Spring Stage’s One-Act Festival running until Oct. 1.
Plus: Cresthaven Elementary School teacher greets students in costumes; Bethesda’s ‘Streetery’ has plans to improve the streetscape
Site would include amphitheater, native meadow and commemorative bridge feature
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Dine-in and take out deals are available at multiple restaurants
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