As 2023 comes to an end, let’s look back at all the great restaurants that opened in Montgomery County this year. (more…)
Per Montgomery County: “Committees will review supplemental appropriations for the Germantown Incubator, rent stabilization and enhancements to the Montgomery County Police Department’s crime lab, discuss end-of-year operating budget transfers, the Technology Business Enterprise Solutions work plan, the restaurant industry and the County’s permitting process, legislation related to the County’s right of first refusal to buy rental housing and site plan requirements in the Fenton Village Overlay Zone and receive a briefing on cannabis impaired driving and enforcement (more…)
When Megha Shaffer’s four-year-old got a little too rough with her eight-year-old daughter’s teddy bear, she turned to a local Montgomery County “mom group” on Facebook for help (photos below).
Back in September we let you know that Country Boy Market, a staple in Montgomery County for nearly seven decades, announced it is winding down operations and will be closing in the near future.
The Anchor Inn was one of the most popular restaurants in MoCo for 50 years. Established in 1954 in the heart of Wheaton, The Anchor Inn was one of the first places in Montgomery County to apply for and receive their liquor license in 1964.
The Montgomery County Police Department recently launched its Drone as First Responder (DFR) Pilot Program to provide air support to 911 or police generated calls for service in a safe, responsible, and transparent manner. The program has already made a difference, according to two occurrences shared by County Executive Marc Elrich.
The Montgomery County Police Department recently launched its Drone as First Responder (DFR) Pilot Program to provide air support to 911 or police generated calls for service in a safe, responsible, and transparent manner. The program has already made a difference, according to a story shared by County Executive Marc Elrich.
Dr. Monifa McKnight, superintendent of MCPS, has released a statement on the investigation of Dr. Joel Beidleman by the Montgomery County Inspector General. The full statement can be seen below:
From the Office of Councilmember Will Jawando: “Montgomery County Councilmember Will Jawando (At-Large), chair of the Education and Culture (EC) Committee, released the following statement related to the Office of Inspector General’s (OIG) investigation of misconduct allegations against Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) Principal Dr. Joel Beidleman. (more…)
County Executive Marc Elrich released the following community message on Friday, December 1:
The Montgomery County Board of Education released the following statement today, regarding the Montgomery County Maryland Office of the Inspector General’s investigation of misconduct by MCPS principal, Dr. Joel Beidleman. The full statement can be seen below: