Meet five Bethesda-area teachers who are connecting with students in tough times
Portions of Beach Drive were closed; One person rescued from vehicle
Some county officials have called for mandate; others want more information first
60 apartments proposed on Avondale Street
Strathmore says it has put forth a contract proposal for three full-time, 10 part-time ticket sellers
County now allowed to form program to buy renewable energy for residents
More than 1,600 people were surveyed in Gaithersburg, Montgomery Village
Plus: Montgomery County expands housing opportunities for older residents; Gaithersburg seeks public input on community needs
Police said his car hit fencing poles, trees on Barnesville Road
County continues giving boosters to those who are immunocompromised, official says
Businesses join list of other planned arrivals for retail area
Black, Hispanic, low-income students among hardest hit
Owners run chain of restaurants in metro New York area
First phase will have 220 units; total project could have about 2,200
New works by Bethesda-area writers
Meet five local teachers who are connecting with students in tough times—from dancing with second graders every morning to talking openly with teens about mental health
For many students with special needs, the pandemic meant the end of the structure and routine they so desperately needed. Virtual learning and therapies on Zoom could only do so much. As the school year begins, their families are facing complex challenges and trying to forge a path forward.
Your cheat sheet for a weekend away
Kitchen life gets an upgrade with the latest high-tech appliances
They are trailblazers, leaders, doers and achievers. They’ve worked hard to get to where they are, and they aren’t stopping. Here are eight local women who are accomplished, fierce—and inspiring.
Where Bethesda-area high school graduates applied to college and where they were accepted
Two sisters from Rockville are fighting to save the planet
For Montgomery College student Sasa Aakil, the county’s first youth poet laureate, writing is a way to express hurt and hope
At 36, Simon Maloy was a successful political writer with a wife and two young sons. Then he found out he had colon cancer, a disease striking more and more young people.