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Applications Open for Two Judicial Vacancies in the County

Retirements at Court of Special Appeals and Montgomery County Circuit Court create vacancies

Wanted by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office: Stuffed Animals

Donations needed for children at domestic violence resource office

MS-13 Member from Silver Spring Sentenced to Life in Prison for Racketeering Conspiracy, Murder

Twenty-eight-year-old was promoted within gang for his role in the 2013 killing, prosecutors say

Man Indicted for Manslaughter Related to Fatal March Crash in Potomac

Grand jury returned indictment for two counts related to deaths of two local men

Police Arrest Man for Assaults at Rockville Recovery Houses

Stepping Stones Recovery Houses discharged resident after becoming aware of police investigation, CEO says

Former MCPS Lunch Aide Sentenced to Probation in Child Pornography Case

Terms of probation include no unsupervised contact with children, including online

Teenage Girl Charged as Adult in Assault that Led to Fatal Hit-and-Run on Georgia Avenue

Defendants face assault, murder charges relating to death of Gregory Atwood

Judges Enforce Best Practices in Domestic Violence Cases Differently, Advocates Find

Court Watch Montgomery sat in on more than 2,500 protective order hearings to develop report

Montgomery County Man Guilty of Child Pornography Charges Had 14,000-plus Images, Videos

A plea agreement was reached Friday after charges were filed in federal court earlier this month

Maryland Appellate Panel: Lockheed Martin Not Entitled To Hotel Tax Refund

Bethesda-based company sought a $1.47 million refund for taxes paid before state law changed in 2013

Trump Nominates a Second Georgetown Prep Graduate to the Supreme Court

Brett Kavanaugh and Justice Neil Gorsuch were classmates at the North Bethesda school

Police Use DNA to Predict Appearance of Suspect in 1989, 1994 Rapes, Murder

Detectives Seeking Public Assistance in Cold Cases

Gaithersburg Man Pleads Guilty To Charges in Connection With 2017 Overdose Death

Conspiracy to distribute fentanyl and possession of a firearm among crimes

Federal Prosecutors Charge MS-13 Gang Members Suspected in Wheaton Regional Park Death

Racketeering indictment lists alleged crimes against 18 victims

Ficker Notified That He Qualified for Public Campaign Financing

The Republican county executive candidate stands to receive an initial influx of about $ 230,000 for his campaign

County Police Charge Two in Robbery that Preceded Man’s Death in Hit-and-Run

Investigators continue to search for drivers who left the crash scene

Federal Judges Scrap Life Sentences for Beltway Sniper; 'Real Housewives' Star Shows Off Potomac Mansion

News, announcements and other helpful links for Friday morning

Ficker Files Lawsuit Over Denial of Request for Public Campaign Funds

Republican Montgomery County executive candidate is attempting to use the county’s public campaign financing system for fundraising

Deadline Passes for Costco To Appeal Ruling Squashing Plans for 16-Pump Gas Station in Wheaton

Critics of station proposal celebrate end to protracted legal fight

Advocates To Monitor Drunken Driving Cases, Claiming Montgomery County Judges Are Too Lenient on Offenders

Father of police Officer Noah Leotta says too few are ordered to install an ignition interlock

Chef Mike Isabella Reaches Settlement with Employee; Police Locate Bel Pre Area Man Wanted in Killing

News, announcements and other helpful links for Tuesday morning

Retired Rockville High Teacher Charged With Sexually Abusing Female Student

Michael Riley is currently an athletic director at Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School

Prosecutors: Rockville Man Took Pornographic Photos of Child in His Basement

59-year-old was sentenced to 10 years in prison on Monday

Man Sentenced to Two Life Terms for Raping Woman on Red Line Metro Train Heading to Glenmont

He attacked her in daylight hours as she was returning from work in 2016

Student Who Brought Loaded Gun to Clarksburg High School Sentenced To Four Months in Jail

18-year-old who pleaded guilty to bringing handgun to school could be released in May


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