Montgomery County News
Montgomery County Public Schools is looking into what led a school bus driver to drop off a 7-year-old boy at the wrong spot Monday, causing him to be stranded in Laurel for several hours.
Starting this week, drivers in Bethesda will be able to use their credit cards to pay for metered street parking.
Winter's not over yet, but area governments are checking to see just how much of a dent snow removal efforts put in their budgets.
Anyone who patronizes both McDonald's and Dunkin' Donuts stores has surely noticed that the former coffee offerings are starting to look a lot like those at the latter — and that the New England favorite's menu, in turn, now boasts a lot more than just Boston cremes and munchkins.
Doug Duncan files to run for Montgomery County executive
It's starting to trickle in, but many Bethesda residents are going on their 7th day without mail delivery and local representatives are weighing in.
Montgomery County is sponsoring the Symposium on Safe Teen Dating this Sunday in the Cultural Center of Montgomery College's Takoma Campus.
Montgomery County next week will replace the tops of all 840 on-street parking meters in Bethesda with meters that include credit card slots.
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS ISSUED TORNADO WATCH IN EFFECT UNTIL 5 P.M. EST THIS AFTERNOON FOR THE D.C. METRO AREA.