Bomb Threats Reported In Montgomery County, Across Nation; Stanley Cup Visits Gaithersburg High; Capital Gazette Staff Among ‘Guardians’ Named Time’s Person of the Year

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Bomb threats reported in Montgomery County and across nation

Police responded to several bomb threats in Montgomery County on Thursday amid a wave of similar threats across the country.

Dozens of bomb threats were reported against schools, hospitals, businesses, facilities, and other places across the the United States on Thursday, law enforcement officials said. [Patch]

Stanley Cup Makes Stop at Gaithersburg High

The Stanley Cup made a stop at Gaithersburg High School on Wednesday and students got to pose with the trophy. [My MC Media]

Capital Gazette staff among ‘the Guardians’ named Time’s Person of the Year

The staff of the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis has been named Time magazine’s Person of the Year, along with four other individual journalists. [Washington Post]

Today’s weather

Friday could bring sporadic rain showers with highs peaking in the upper-40s.

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