Montgomery County Newswire (Page 6)

Montgomery County Newswire (Page 6)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Montgomery County, MD. (Page 6)

Results 101 - 120 of 3,127 in Montgomery County, MD

  1. Death tally from Maryland blast rises to three, some still missingRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 13 | WTAQ-AM Green Bay

    ... apartment complex in Silver Spring on Wednesday night. Police have not yet identified the three victims, Montgomery County Police Department said in a statement on their website posted Friday. Search and recovery efforts were continuing over the ...

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  2. Third Body Found After Apartment Explosion, FireRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 13 | WBAL-AM Baltimore

    Montgomery County Police say a third victim has been found in the rubble of a Silver Spring apartment building where an explosion and fire occurred Wednesday night. Police have not identified the three bodies which have been taken to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore for autopsy, and possible identification.

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  3. 5 things to know about Metro 24/7 track work Aug. 15-21Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 5 | WTOP-FM Washington

    ... White Flint and Glenmont typically have parking spaces available for commuters who drive to Metro. Montgomery County's RideOn bus service is offering free rush-hour shuttles between Shady Grove and Grosvenor-Strathmore during the track work, and ...

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  4. Search for victims continues at site of Md. apartment explosion and fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 13 | The Washington Post

    Emergency personnel clear out a basement room of an apartment building following a fire in Silver Spring, Md., Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016. Firefighters in Montgomery County resumed their search on Saturday for more bodies believed trapped in the rubble of an apartment complex that exploded Wednesday night in Silver Spring.

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  5. Freddie Gray case: Private bench conferences reveal bicker and banter ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 4 | The Baltimore Sun

    ... police officers cleared of criminal charges in Freddie Gray's arrest and death will be investigated by Montgomery County police, who are leading the internal affairs reviews that could determine whether the officers can return to policing city ...

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  6. Montgomery Co. Returns Baltimore's Check For Riot AidRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 4 | WBAL-AM Baltimore

    The Baltimore Sun reports Leggett sent a letter to Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake this week, saying while the county appreciates the gesture, it "accepted the call for assistance with the belief that the City would do the same for us in a time of need." Montgomery County joins Baltimore County in turning down payment for the use of its resources to help Baltimore City deal with the rioting that started after Freddie Gray's funeral last year.

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  7. New Policy Outlines Public's Rights to Record Police ActivityRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 4 | Alexandria Gazette-Packet

    ... Sharp v. Baltimore City Police Department, et. al. and the Statement of Interest in Mannie Garcia v. Montgomery County, Maryland, et. al. The FCPD General Order, 603.1, includes procedural guidance to officers who encounter individuals recording ...

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  8. Montgomery County returns $296,000 check Baltimore sent for riot aidRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 4 | The Baltimore Sun

    Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett sent a check for nearly $300,000 back to Baltimore, declining reimbursement for the assistance officers from the Washington suburb gave the city during unrest last year. Leggett sent a letter to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake this week, saying, "While we certainly appreciate the gesture, Montgomery County, like Baltimore City, is part of the great state of Maryland, and we accepted the call for assistance with the belief that the City would do the same for us in a time of need.

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  9. Promise C. Harris v. Weymouth Spence, et alRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 4 | Daily Record

    Appellate procedure -- Interlocutory appeal -- Dismissal Appellant Promise Harris, a student at Washington Adventist University , was accused of smoking marijuana in a dormitory lobby and suspended from school. Harris commenced an action in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County against WAU, and WAU employees Weymouth Spence, Timothy Nelson, Adrienne Matthews, and Edwin Monge, (collectively, ... Complete access to news articles on this website is available to Daily Record subscribers who are logged in.

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  10. Percell Kevin Richards v. State of MarylandRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 4 | Daily Record

    Criminal procedure -- Motion to suppress evidence -- Stop and frisk Percell Richards, appellant, was convicted by a jury in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County of possession of a firearm after having been convicted of a crime of violence. Prior to trial, appellant moved to suppress the handgun that was the basis of his arrest, ... Complete access to news articles on this website is available to Daily Record subscribers who are logged in.

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  11. Study: Montgomery County police do not overuse use stun gunsRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 4 | Daily Record

    An independent review of stun gun incidents in Montgomery County has determined that police are not overusing the weapon. The study was commissioned this year by county executive Isiah Leggett after the Baltimore Sun published an article about people in Maryland who have died after stun gun encounters with police since 2009.

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  12. Court ruling on Purple Line could set back light-rail constructionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 3 | The Washington Post

    ... to three officials with knowledge of the event. The Purple Line, with 21 stations between Bethesda in Montgomery County and New Carrollton in Prince George's County, will be built and operated by the Maryland Transit Administration.. However, ...

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  13. Review finds Taser is not 'go-to' weapon for Montgomery...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 3 | The Baltimore Sun

    "I think it's remarkable that you have a department of this size, with this many weapons on the street and you have so few deployments," said Geoffrey P. Alpert, a University of South Carolina professor who conducted the Taser study for Montgomery County. "I think it's remarkable that you have a department of this size, with this many weapons on the street and you have so few deployments," said Geoffrey P. Alpert, a University of South Carolina professor who conducted the Taser study for Montgomery County.

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  14. Lily Qi | Montgomery County executive's officeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 3 | Daily Record

    Lily Qi, M.B.A., assistant chief administrative officer for economic and workforce development with the Office of the County Executive for Montgomery County, has been named to the board of directors with BioHealth Innovation Inc., a Rockville-based regional innovation intermediary focused on commercializing market-relevant bio-health innovations and increasing access to early-stage funding in Maryland. Qi became the first political appointee from China in the State of Maryland, where her experience in economic development in Washington, strong ties with the global communities in the Capital Region and leadership in driving Montgomery County's economic strategy and priorities make her a key partner for BHI.

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  15. Silver Spring sentenced to 5 years in fatal Rockville crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 3 | WMDT

    A Silver Spring man has been sentenced to five years in prison for a head-on collision in Rockville that left a woman dead. The Montgomery County State's Attorney's Office said in a news release that 35-year-old Juan Francisco Diana pleaded guilty to vehicular manslaughter.

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  16. Bike group offers way around next SafeTrack surgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 3 | The Washington Post

    ... Doug Smith, the everyday biking coordinator for WABA, said the association, in partnership with the Montgomery County Department of Transportation, is going to provide three instructors to lead the Saturday ride on a route from Shady Grove to ...

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  17. Rockville Home Care Agency Updates Website with New Online ResourcesRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 3 | PR.com

    ... MD. Rockville, MD, August 03, 2016 --( PR.com )-- Comfort Home Care, an in-home care agency that serves Montgomery County, Howard county, as well as Washington DC, has updated its organizational website. The website now includes enhanced ...

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  18. Former Uber Driver Sentenced for Fatal Drunken Driving CrashRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 2 | NBC Washington

    A former Uber driver and Federal Protective Services officer was sentenced Tuesday to five years in prison for killing another driver while driving drunk in May 2015, the Montgomery County State's Attorney's Office said in a statement. Juan Francisco Diana, 35, of Silver Spring, Maryland, was sentenced to 10 years in prison with all but five years suspended for the crash that killed 50-year-old Diane Corrao of Gaithersburg.

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  19. Officials try to explain 911 outage that should 'never happen'Read the original story

    Tuesday Aug 2 | Cortez Journal News

    A series of mishaps and systemic weaknesses, starting with a cooling unit low on refrigerant, caused Montgomery County's 911 system to crash for nearly two hours on the night of July 10, causing about 100 callers to get busy signals when they tried to report emergencies, officials said Tuesday.

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  20. Montgomery officials try to explain 911 outage that should "never happen"Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 2 | The Washington Post

    An ambulance makes a run at the Bethesda Chevy Chase Rescue Squad A series of mishaps and systemic weaknesses, starting with a cooling unit low on refrigerant, caused Montgomery County's 911 system to crash for nearly two hours on the night of July 10, causing about 100 callers to get busy signals when they tried to report emergencies, officials said Tuesday. Delays caused by the collapse may have been a factor in two deaths that evening: a 40-year dialysis patient in Twinbrook and a 91-year-old Olney woman.

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