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On Election Day, only 39 of the usual 240 polling places will be open; better vote early this week
George Fenster arrived at Potomac Community Recreation Center at 5:20 a.m. Monday morning to get ready for the first day of Early Voting.
Popular toy store closes after 40-plus years.
Another kingdom has fallen because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Potomac residents celebrate Potomac Day with parade, games, rides and information from community businesses.
What are the newly homebound doing with their time?
Bridge Decorations Remind Walkers to Smile During Hard Times.
First to appear on the railings of the footbridge on Falls Road just across from Falls Bridge Road were two large yarn balls. Soon other items were hanging along the railings and people started to notice.
Like everything else in 2020, Thanksgiving Dinner this year will be different.
Community, larger homes and yards, nearby parks, great schools drive demand.
Residents love Potomac for many reasons: good schools, convenient to all of Montgomery County and D.C., peaceful neighborhoods, and the sense of community.
Sidewalks, bike paths, police chief, Moms Demand Action and more packed into intimate monthly meeting.
What would your answer be if a stranger asked you, “What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving?”
’Mayor of Potomac’ dead of complications of Covid-19
Eleanor (Elie) McConihe Cain, known to many long-time residents as the mayor of Potomac, died on Tuesday, Jan. 19 of complications relating to Covid-19.
Former blacksmith shop built around 1750.
Representing 6th District.
Carnival, music, sales of plants and more all part of the tradition of fundraising.