The Montgomery County School Board has picked Dr. Jack Smith to become the new schools superintendent.
“We just feel like we just need to be prepared for these kinds of events,” an official said Thursday.
Police in Montgomery County, Maryland, are asking for help finding a missing Derwood woman and her 11-month-old son.
As controversy surrounds the resettlement of Syrian refugees in the United States, Montgomery County is preparing to accept some of those looking to escape parts of the war-torn Middle East.
A 7-year old boy in Montgomery County claims living with his parents is a nightmare, and his father and stepmother are now facing felony child abuse charges.
Seniors at Wootton High School are planning to travel to Mexico over spring break, but a document they’re required to sign has sparked outrage among parents and school leaders.
Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett’s office is seeking an additional $1.6 million connected to the Silver Spring Transit Center. This time it’s for legal fees.
The big snowstorm is behind us, but winter is still here, and drivers were reminded of that Tuesday as spin-outs were reported across Montgomery County on icy roads.
University Boulevard in Montgomery County, Maryland, is open to traffic for the Tuesday morning commute after a water main break.
Cleanup from last week’s historic snowstorm could cost Montgomery County millions of dollars and the County Council is set to discuss problems with two key communication channels during the storm: the snow plow tracker site and 311 call center.
After 21 years of service, the head of Montgomery County’s Department of Liquor Control has “moved on,” county officials said in a memo to staff.
Adopting a pet is a very worthwhile endeavor. Animal welfare advocates say you need to do a little homework before adopting a pet from any organization.
Montgomery County Public Schools has developed snow-related activities for all grade levels so students could engage in learning in a way that didn’t feel like “homework.”
Local officials say residents in Maryland and Virginia should keep patient. They are responsible for a lot of roads, so it’ll take time to get roads back to normal.
The offbeat week full of school cancellations has brought some added stress to families.