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Smith will move to Maine to join his wife, helping care for young grandson who had heart surgery.
Montgomery County Public Schools Superintendent Jack R. Smith announced last week that he will retire effective June 1.
On Tuesday, Jan. 12, the Montgomery County Board of Education voted to delay the start of returning small groups of students for in-person instruction.
Three local groups have joined together to offer Zoom lecture and videos to residents during this time of quarantine and social distancing.
Now that we have rung in the new year and the COVID-19 vaccine is becoming available, will Montgomery County Public Schools return to in-class instruction soon?
As more people flock to the C&O Canal National Historic Park during the pandemic, some vehicle/bicycle conflicts have had serious consequences.
Residents of the area of MacArthur Boulevard near Old Angler’s Inn have long been subject to traffic congestion, illegal parking and sharing the road with numerous bicyclists, all caused by enthusiastic visitors to the nearby C&O Canal.
Keeping up with constituents during this time of social distancing and small gatherings is not easy, but Montgomery County Councilmember Andrew Friedson (District 1) does his best, using interactive social media.
Like everything else in 2020, Thanksgiving Dinner this year will be different.
Decisions and models vary from school to school.
After almost two weeks of policy twists and turns, private schools in Montgomery County can open the 2020-2021 School year either virtually or with in-person classes.
Published draft subject to review
Montgomery County Public Schools announced Saturday a plan for reopening schools this fall.
Potomac Community Village is sponsoring two programs for the community in early June.
What are the newly homebound doing with their time?
Quiet time was put on hold for the celebration.
Churchill alum named president of Rutgers University.
Meeting encourages residents to get informed about 5G; some say dangerous, some say ugly, others say essential.
Crafts on the third Wednesday; coming up: suncatchers.
Potomac Community Village seniors and Churchill teens plan intergenerational lunch.
A satirical debut novel “about a behemoth of a new house in a DC suburb like ours.”