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Man Kills Boss After Bad Job Review, Loss Of Promotion | Patch PM
Every year, one high school field hockey teams put aside competition for one day for a cancer awareness charity game. The message truly resonated this year, as the team reflected on their own experiences with the disease.
Anthropologie To Open Thursday on Bethesda Row
Anthropologie and Co., an upscale clothing store with nine locations in the United States, is slated to open its doors for business Thursday morning.
Deputies near Houston searching for woman who abandoned 2-year-old on doorstep
Deputies looking for a woman who was caught on camera abandoning a child on a stranger's doorstep last night. (Photo/video: Montgomery County Sheriff's Office) SPRING, Texas (KEYE) The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office is looking for a woman who was caught on camera abandoning a child on a stranger
The Spot: Breaking down Stapleton’s and Polis’ wealth, new Coffman vs. Crow poll, how ballot issues could influence turnout, and puppies!
Reporting at the time suggested the Ds feared if a fracking war took place at the ballot box, it would drive Republicans to the polls and hurt Gov. John Hickenlooper and then-U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, who were both seeking re-election. (Here’s how that turned out.)
Saudi Arabia heard Trump loud and clear saying we wouldn’t interfere in their affairs
When President Donald Trump spoke before the United Nations General Assembly a few weeks ago, most of us focused on the fact that many of the world’s leaders in attendance laughed at the alleged most powerful man in the world and the once-leader of the free world.What some of us didn’t pay attention
Former Rockville High Teacher Sentenced in Child Sex Abuse Case; Purple Line Tunnel Works Rattles Silver Spring Residents; Metro Schedules Significant Track Work This Weekend
Michael John Riley, 64, of Walkersville, who was a Rockville High School teacher as well as a coach and athletic director in Montgomery County public schools, was sentenced to 90 days in jail this week after pleading guilty in a child sex abuse case that stemmed from the 1980s. During court proceedi
Five Things to Know for Oct. 18 in Montgomery County | Montgomery Community Media
Planning Meeting:The Planning Board meets today and will discuss funding of $1.1 million dollars forcapital improvements to the Josiah Henson Historic Park, among numerous other items. The meeting agenda may be found,here.
SaveWestbard Continues Fundraising To Halt Bethesda Neighborhood Development
In March, a judge disagreed with the group of residents over issues they raised that Montgomery County planners didn’t sufficiently evaluate greenhouse gas emissions while reviewing the Westbard plan presented by Regency, the developer. The judge also determined the County Council offered sufficient
Investigation: Officer-involved shooting that left man dead in Maryland ruled justified
An investigation into a fatal shooting by police in Montgomery County in July has ruled the actions of the officer who pulled the trigger justified. Montgomery County police officer Edward Cochran was outside when he shot a suspect through a window of a Silver Spring townhome the night of July 23. I
Hear Ty Segall’s Excellent Remake of the Dils’ 1978 Punk Classic ‘Class War’
The Dils were one of the best bands on the West Coast in the late Seventies, known for the their endearing sibling vocal blend and strong social messages. 1978’s “Class War” blended both of those elements: “I wanna war, between the rich and the poor / I wanna fight and know what I’m fighting for in
Pepco Opens ‘YOUtility Challenge’ Storefront at JA Finance Park for Students in Montgomery County, Maryland
WASHINGTON,Oct. 17-- Pepco issued the following news release:Pepco has marked the grand opening of its "YOUtility Challenge" storefront at JA Finance Park(R) inMontgomery County, Maryland. JA Finance Park(R), located in theThomas Edison High School of Technology, is expected to host approximately 12
Fairfax County Man Gets Life Sentence For Murder Of CVS Manager
Bernard C. Duse, Jr. was convicted in August 2017 of first degree murder and use of a firearm in the commission of murder for theJuly 26, 2017 murderof his boss at the CVS. Rex Olsen, 64, of Reva was a manager at the Blackwell Road CVS Store was shot and killed while taking out the trash near a dump
VIDEO: Suspects steal $5,000 worth of glasses from Wheaton LensCrafters
WHEATON, Md. -- Police released new surveillance video of two suspects caught stealing $5,000 worth of eyeglasses from a LensCrafters store in Wheaton.
Pedestrian struck in Rockville; injuries unknown
ROCKVILLE, Md. - Police are on the scene after a pedestrian was struck on a roadway in the Rockville area of Montgomery County. The incident was reported around 7 a.m. along southbound Hungerford Drive. Authorities say Mannakee Street to Frederick Avenue is currently closed. It is unclear how bad th
At least 1 dead in violent crash on I-270 in Montgomery County
CLARKSBURG, Md.- Maryland State Police are responding to a fatal crash on I-270 Southbound near the Clarksburg exit.Police have not indicated how many vehicles are involved, nor have they said how many people were killed or injured.Video from the scene indicates that at least one lane is closed.This
'Really Buddies' Husband Says Of Dog That Killed Woman In DC
WASHINGTON, DC — The distraught husband of a Southeast DC woman who was fatally mauled Sunday night in their home by her pit bull mix dog says the attack happened in less than 15 minutes while he was out of the house. Robert Frazier said his wife, Angela Smith, 55, and their dog, Kaine, were "really
Small Bites: Manna Food Center Holds Community Food Service Rescue Week
Manna Food Center, Montgomery County’s largest food assistance organization, kicked off its first-ever Community Food Service Rescue Week on Monday. Thesix-day eventincludes activities that spotlight ways the community can come together to tackle the problems of food waste and hunger.
FMH, community partners come together for Ebola drill
Campbell, a personnel analyst with Frederick County Division of Fire and Rescue Services, wasn’t actually sick. She was just playing a patient suspected of having an infectious pathogen, like Ebola. The hospital was running its annual drill, which involved Frederick County Fire and Rescue, the healt
Astro Lab Brewing To Open Friday in Downtown Silver Spring
Astro Lab Brewing will hold itsgrand openingfrom 4 p.m. to midnight, debuting a “special” beer, along with tap beers and regional flavors from Bold Rock Cidery in Nellysford, Virginia, and The Sweet Farm in Woodsboro.
County Executive Candidates Differ on Development During Debate
The candidates running to be the next Montgomery County executive all expressed optimism for the county’s future, albeit through different economic development strategies, during a Wednesday debate hosted by Bethesda Beat and the Greater Bethesda Chamber of Commerce.