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Food pantry stores dwindle during the summertime even though the need doesn't go away. And the new Wegmans in Germantown is stepping in to help a local food bank keep the food flowing to hungry families.
WTOP's Kate Ryan reports.
Parents aren't the only ones stocking on school supplies. Teachers reported spending several hundred dollars of their own money on supplies and instructional materials last school year.
Montgomery County and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority continue to disagree over repairs to the $120 million Silver Spring Transit Center.
As part of the "Smooth Operator" safe driving campaign, D.C., Montgomery County and the Maryland State Police gathered with transportation officials to demonstrate for drivers what a difference 10 mph can make.
Montgomery County schools and officials continue to investigate potential financial management issues at the special education school.
Just who's counting calories at chain restaurants in Montgomery County?
The Montgomery County state's attorney's office is now involved in the investigation after parents learned that money was taken from their disabled students' secret bank accounts.
Sharknado was just the beginning. Now the nation's capital has been hit with Catnado.
They stood in 3-feet of water, 20 feet underground for hours trying to close an enormous, corroded valve, which was the key to keep water flowing to more than 100,000 Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission customers. Their herculean effort averted a major water outage during a summer heatwave.
Hi: 92 °F | Lo: 69 °F