Montgomery County News
Heavy rain is expected to continue to fall on the D.C. region through Wednesday, bringing with it a chance for flooding.
Swim coach at Laurel, Md., club charged with sexually abusing minor
A man who has been an area swim coach for nearly 30 years has been charged with sexual abuse, and police say they are worried there may be more victims.
County Executive Isiah Leggett on Tuesday announced that residents and businesses will now be able to apply for county permits online, another move the county said proves it's making the permitting process faster and easier.
Two Montgomery County high schools were evacuated Tuesday morning after someone called in an anonymous bomb and shooting threat.
As diehard Washington Wizards supporters are joined by fair-weather fans, team gear is flying off the shelves of D.C.-area sporting goods stores.
Montgomery County officials say they didn't get the level of state aid they needed, so County Executive Isiah "Ike" Leggett is proposing adding money to the budget to put eight more resource officers in high schools.
A group of high school students with a passion for science, technology, engineering and math has come out near the top in a worldwide competition in robotics, held this past weekend in St. Louis, Mo.
Woodmont Triangle will be home to 120 artists on the weekend of May 10 and May 11 for the Bethesda Urban Partnership's Bethesda Fine Arts Festival.
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