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Mary Ellen Icaza, the virtual services manager for Montgomery County Public Libraries, in the digital media lab at the Long Branch Library in Silver Spring.
A former Baltimore City police officer accused of killing his girlfriend's puppy has pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated animal cruelty.
David M. Smith, chief executive of the Chevy Chase Land Co. and great-great grandson of the company's founder, was ousted by the company's board of directors last week, a company spokeswoman confirmed Wednesday.
Officers responded to the 18300 block of Lost Knife Circle at about 6:16 p.m. and found a 51-year-old victim suffering from a laceration on his forehead.
A former employee of a Potomac restaurant has been charged with a hate crime for reportedly making threatening and anti-Semitic phone calls to the owner of Benny's Bar and Grill.
State Senate candidate Del. John Olszewski, Jr. and Del. Mike Weir have been campaigning together, but House candidates Jake Mohorovic and Nick D'Adamo had appeared to be taking an arm's-length approach to their fellow Democratic nominees.
A trail group in Bethesda, Maryland, is suing the U.S. Transportation Department, alleging a planned light-rail route through some Washington suburbs would harm two rare, shrimplike creatures.
Glass is a former CNN producer. He ran unsuccessfully for Montgomery County Council this year in District 5, losing in a Democratic primary.
Bethesda resident Kathy Gambrell became troubled while signing up her 12-year-old son, Dakota, for a discounted bus card.
You could ask five residents what Silver Spring's boundaries are and receive five different answers, ranging from a neighborhood near the D.C. line to a city the size of the District of Columbia itself.
Montgomery County police say a former employee made threats against a Potomac restaurant's owner after he hung an Israeli and an American flag outside his establishment.
Public input is being sought at two upcoming open houses hosted by Metro as it studies possible improvements to the Z line corridor.
A Germantown man and two teenaged-family members face felony theft and burglary charges for allegedly stealing five PEPCO utility poles valued at $25,000.
The road closure in downtown Bethesda that was supposed to be reopened in 20-24 months could continue into 2015.
New backpacks were filled, new rules explained, and both new and old schools filled with students across Montgomery County Monday morning.
Students at Eastern High School found balloons and a dance party Monday morning when they arrived for their first day of school.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 05:29 am
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