The Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce honored Montgomery County Councilmember Andrew Friedson as the Legislator of the Year at its 2021 Annual Awards Broadcast on June 10.
Bullis School Students Helping the Community
Back to school just in time — for Spring Break?
The school system opened just in time – for students to take Spring Break.
How creating a daily routine can ease anxiety during times of uncertainty
Her days were overwhelmingly stressful.
Nadia Hashimi is a good storyteller.
Former Churchill athlete publishes book on life after sports.
Andy Dinkin, who grew up in Potomac and found his life in athletics, recently launched “Going Pro in Life,” a book and seminar designed to help student athletes create a strategy for landing a job after college.
Mark E. Klein, a Potomac doctor and author, will share the adventures of Franklin Rock from his book of the same name during a virtual talk Thursday, Jan. 21, sponsored by the Potomac Library.
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.
Eight-year-old Ciara Foley, Burke, and nine-year-old Gabby Brown, Springfield, were among five dancers from McGrath Morgan Academy of Irish Dance to bring home a championship title from the annual Oireachtas.
Potomac artist Nimi Trehan said earlier this month that she is among artists exhibiting their works in a show titled Climate Change Through a Personal Lens.
This past weekend was the 11th year that a group of friends collected Pumpkins for Piggies in and around River Falls.
Making room for enough solar to make a difference.
Randy Stabler stopped his combine in the middle of a field in the Agricultural Reserve to join Montgomery County Council’s virtual Town Hall meeting.
Montgomery County had 682,639 active voters as of Oct. 31
Election Day 2020 arrived preordained as “an election like no other.”
The October meeting of the West Montgomery County Citizens Association (WMCCA) was held via Zoom Wednesday, Oct 14.
But large groups are; county offers guidelines for safe Halloween while residents make plans to celebrate
Halloween, a witch’s brew of fun and fantasy, will need a new recipe for this year.