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MCPS, unions to begin discussions about in-person learning

District had to notify teachers union at least 45 days before students allowed back


Renters report illegal increases during pandemic

Plus: Vigil planned for Saturday at site of fatal crash in Aspen Hill; Rockville voids pet store license; New indoor public pool reservation system to launch next week

Hogan says it wasn’t his decision to overturn Montgomery County’s private school closure order last month

Governor says most at-risk populations will receive COVID-19 vaccine when it is available

School Notes: Four schools in Montgomery County make National Blue Ribbon list

Plus: School board appoints new chief of staff for superintendent


Montgomery Parks continues renovations of athletic fields

Plus: Rockville to host author of ‘Dopesick’ for virtual discussion; Maryland releases more contact tracing data showing ‘high-risk locations’ for coronavirus

In lawsuit, family says special education student was assaulted 11 times in one year

MCPS should have had classroom aides prevent attacks, lawsuit says

School board to consider ‘mental health days’ as excused absences

Increased stress during COVID-19 pandemic cited as a reason for review


Maryland Senate committee holds hearing on police reform legislation

Plus: Mural to protect Maryland’s watersheds unveiled in Wheaton; With COVID stopping rehearsals, Olney Theatre produces stage play using Zoom

Number of MCPS students opting for homeschooling, private school up this year

In-person SAT administration next two Saturdays


Methodist Church calls for release of Silver Spring man arrested by ICE

Plus: County estimates 20,000 tenant units are delinquent on rent; County’s former environmental protection head dies in car crash

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