Sunday Apr 28
500 cell doors unlock at Montgomery County jail; no escapes
Officials declared a security emergency early Saturday morning after the locks of more than 500 cell doors at the Montgomery County Correctional Facility in Boyds, Md., simultaneously opened.
Sewickley Academy Athlete Selected to Brine National Lacrosse Classic
A Sewickley Academy student-athlete has been selected to participate this summer in the 2013 Brine National Lacrosse Classic.
Origins: Notorious Civil War Spy Had Germantown Roots
One of the South's most notorious spies during the Civil War, Rose O'Neal Greenhow, was born and spent her younger years on a farm on Ten Mile Creek, now part of Little Seneca Lake, on the north side of Germantown.
7th Annual Persian Spring Festival is Sunday in Boyds
The IrAmerican Civic Society, in cooperation with Montgomery Parks, will host the 7 th annual Sizdeh Bedar-the Persian festival of spring-at Black Hill Regional Park on Sunday.