2 hrs ago
Consumer safety agency downsizes space
The Consumer Products Safety Commission has expanded its work force since it moved its headquarters to Bethesda in 1993 but it is shrinking its real estate footprint under a new lease.
6 hrs ago
GGCC Awards the 1st Annual Young Professional of the Year Award
The Gaithersburg-Germantown Chamber awarded Brett Friedman, Senior Accountant/Advisor with DeLeon & Stang CPAs and Advisors, as the recipient of the 1st Annual Young Professional of the Year Award at their Annual Celebration Dinner & Awards Ceremony.
11 hrs ago
OvaScience And Intrexon Corporation Collaborate To Accelerate...
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. & GERMANTOWN, Md.-- --OvaScience, , a life sciences company focused on the discovery, development and commercialization of new treatments for infertility, and Intrexon Corporation , a leader in synthetic biology, today announced an agreement to access Intrexon's portfolio of technologies to accelerate the development of ... (more)
Wed Dec 18, 2013
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Tue Dec 17, 2013
Upcounty Montgomery residents call for community facilities
The Upcounty Citizens Advisory Board met Monday evening to finalize its recommendations to send to County Executive Isiah Leggett about ongoing projects in the Capital Improvements Program.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Santa Rides Through Montgomery County on Armored Vehicle
When Santa Claus rides through Germantown on Wednesday, Dec. 18, he'll be on a BearCat .
Fri Dec 13, 2013
Police arrest four in connection with several daytime burglaries in Germantown, Gaithersburg
Four people have been arrested and charged with a slew of daytime burglaries in Germantown and Gaithersburg that took place in October and November, Gaithersburg City Police said Friday.
Starr proposes $2.28 billion operating budget
Montgomery County Public Schools Superintendent Joshua P. Starr recommended a $2.28 billion operating budget for fiscal 2015 to the county school board Thursday.
Field to succeed Ervin is in flux
At least two Montgomery County elected officials said they are considering running next year to replace County Councilwoman Valerie Ervin, following her announcement Tuesday that she'll leave her seat in January.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Eyewitness: Carhart hospitalized 4th woman in 10 months, second in 4 days
An eyewitness has reported that he observed an ambulance outside LeRoy Carhart's Bellevue, Nebraska, abortion clinic on November 30 and that the woman transported may have suffered complications from a second-trimester abortion.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Rice racks up speeding ticket, parking violations
On Friday, a local watchdog blog posted a notice saying that the Montgomery County District Court advised the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration to suspend Rice's license after he failed to appear for a speeding ticket court date.
Private Tutor of Bethesda, Potomac Students Charged with Sex Abuse of Teen
A tutor and coach of Bethesda and Potomac students has been charged in the sexual abuse of a teenage girl he was instructing, police reported in a statement on Tuesday .
Coach Accused of Sex Abuse of Teen
Montgomery County Public Schools reported to police in November that a man hired by parents to tutor and coach their children had inappropriate contact with students.
Coach charged with sex abuse of teen girl
Detectives said Tuesday that 30-year-old Daniel Sirotkin of Germantown has also been charged with third-degree sex offense.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Market changing for area grocers
While Giant Food and Safeway still hold strong positions in the eyes of Montgomery County grocery shoppers, more are being wooed by cheese departments and other amenities in competitors such as Whole Foods, Harris Teeter and Trader Joe's.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Restaurant closures include hospital store rodents
A hospital gift shop shut down for rodents and a popular pizza chain closed for health violations.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Grants available for Montgomery students who talk the right walk
A new county Department of Transportation project is challenging student teams in Montgomery County Public Schools to come up with ideas to help other students learn more about pedestrian safety.
During one-year term, he plans to focus on small businesses, working with Annapolis
Montgomery County Councilman Craig Rice took over as council president Tuesday, saying he plans to focus on helping small businesses thrive while advocating a powerful role for government in making sure the county's residents are taken care of.