WASHINGTON — “I enjoy killing.” That sentence would help satisfy a writing assignment given to children at a Germantown middle school for two reasons. The sentence contains a gerund, and the topic of the assignment was for kids to describe how…
GERMANTOWN, Md. — Troy Turner had to do things differently when his two youngest children, Jacob and Sarah Hoggle, went missing in September. He took two months off work to search for them. He’s had…
An April trial date has been set for one of the two women who dubbed themselves \”demon assassins\” in the brutal murders of two children and the stabbings of two others.
Khadija Barkley sent a letter home to parents, informing them that a substitute teacher was accused of having inappropriate contact with a student.
Starting next Wednesday, Oct. 1, Holy Cross Health officially opens it\’s brand new six-story hospital on the campus of Montgomery County\’s Community College – Germantown Campus.
While it\’s easy to miss some things on the ground, going to the air might offer some new perspective.
Montgomery County council member Cherri Branson has questions about a video showing a police officer seemingly putting his hands on the throat of a teenager before arresting him.
A man in his 60s died in a house fire in Germantown, Maryland
One of the two women charged in the murders of two children entered a plea of not criminally responsible. The mother of the children is expected to do the same.
Maryland state officials apologized for damage to homes along Interstate 270 from snow removal crews and urges homeowners to file a claim with the state.
A stretch of northbound I-270 in Germantown has a 25-foot wall separating it from area homes. But it didn\’t protect several homeowners from rocks when snowblowers came through on Friday morning.
A fire Saturday morning in Germantown, Md., resulted in one minor injury, residents displaced.
A teenage girl is missing in Germantown, Md. and police are looking to the public for help.
Montgomery County detectives say that someone came to the TD Bank at 19501 Frederick Rd. on Tuesday morning and gave a teller a note demanding money and implying that the man had a weapon.
It\’s apple harvest time throughout the region, but the global problem of rising temperatures is affecting crops.