- ‘Tiger Trot’ Aids Fire Department
- Betting on PetConnect Rescue
- 4-Year-Olds Learn About Entrepreneurship
- Chefs Discuss Spring Vegetables
- Hunters’ Unplanned Renovations
- Whitman’s Berson Tosses 3-Hit Shutout Against WJ
- Tennis Comes Alive with ‘T&T’ and ‘Live Ball’ Clinics
- Youthful Guards Hatch, Meyers Spark Vikings
- Top Potomac Sports Moments of 2013
- Whitman Girls’ Basketball Has Visions of Winning at UMBC
- Editorial: Celebrate Earth Day
- Dying of Curiosity
- Letter to the Editor: In the Public’s Interest
- Letter to the Editor: Protect Drinking Water
- Commentary: Working Towards a County Budget
- Slates Set for Primary Elections
- Newcomers and Community Guide; Get To Know Elected Officials
- Will the Next Attorney General Defend Constitutional Ban on Gay Marriage?
- Silence of the Court
- Petersen to Governor: Explain, Deny, Return or Resign
In March 2014, 29 Potomac homes sold between $2,430,000-$385,000.
Potomac Home Sales: March, 2014
Vikings split with B-CC, WJ at Battle of Bethesda.
The Whitman baseball team improved to 7-4 with a win over Walter Johnson on April 14.
In February 2014, 23 Potomac homes sold between $2,880,000-$243,700.
Potomac Real Estate: Top Sales in February 2014
Thank you for the opportunity to meet with representatives of the Coalition recently to discuss a wide range of issues affecting our county. I enjoyed the discussion. Good government requires that elected officials ensure that communities are involved in a meaningful way in the decisions that affect them. Public trust in government erodes when government leaders make deals behind closed doors, as the Brickyard community knows all too well. As a member of the County Council since 1998, I have worked openly and closely with many communities on a broad range of issues that affect them. I was one of the County Councilmembers who sent a letter publicly urging County Executive Leggett to work with the Coalition to find a mutually acceptable use of the Brickyard Road site.
The hills and valleys of Potomac will suddenly come alive on Sunday, April 13 as more than 400 runners and walkers take to the streets for the 4th Annual “Tiger Trot.” The 5K run/walk, sponsored by the Connelly School of the Holy Child benefits the Cabin John Park Volunteer Fire Department as well as the wellness and fitness programs at the school. This community race draws both elite runners from the area as well as family, friends, neighbors, firefighters and Holy Child faculty. All are welcome to participate in the run and walk through Potomac neighborhoods.