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Coronavirus Chronicles: Going backward to go forward

‘When we began to shelter in place, I made a plan to tackle a long-delayed project: organizing the family photos.’

County pools will reopen Monday with restrictions

Reservations will be required for two-hour sessions

Hogan extends order to prohibit cutoffs, late fees for residential utilities

$30M in federal funds will be used for eviction prevention

Initial jobless claims decrease 28% in Montgomery County

More than 120,000 people have filed since early March


Montgomery County will not move into Phase 3 of reopening next week

Officials want to evaluate potential impact of July 4 weekend first

Arcola, Nix elementary schools will begin classes remotely Monday

Schools will gradually build up to full schedules

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County’s COVID-19 cases increase 3.6% in a week

There have been 14,803 cases in the county and 700 confirmed deaths


County’s minimum wage increases to $14 an hour on Wednesday

Businesses with fewer employees will have smaller increases

MCPS considering part-time in-person or full-time remote classes in fall

Some in-person summer programs will be offered in July, August

As parents return to the workplace, focus is on child care providers

Centers reopening, hoping business will come back

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