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Council Mulls Requiring a Full-Time Schedule for Service Workers

Proposal would make janitors, guards and others eligible for employer-provided health insurance

Former Montgomery Executive Candidate Launches Think Tank

David Blair’s nonprofit homing in on education, business development and bridging gaps between ‘haves and have-nots’

Kensington Moves Forward With Proposal To Lower Voting Age

Teen wants to enable 16-year-olds to vote in town elections

Interstate 270

Planning Board Urged Not To Give Up Land for Beltway Widening

County executive warns against taking of ‘fragile’ parkland for toll lane project

Personal Stories of Gun Violence Shared at Rockville Town Hall

Hundreds turn out looking for state, local answers on gun control and violence

Elrich Blasts Council Over Rejection of 9% Raises for Some Union Workers

As contract talks reset, county executive says council is setting a double standard

All Montgomery Delegates Backed the First African-American House Speaker

In historic vote, Adrienne Jones selected over two other Democratic contenders

Opinion: Gino and the Fall Guys

The politics behind pay raises for county government workers

Critics Scorch State’s Plan for I-270, Beltway Toll Lanes

Frustrations flare at third town hall meeting in Montgomery County

Administrator II

MedStar Health

Athletics Office and Communications Assistant

Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart

SEO Analyst

US News & World Report

Special Assistant to the CEO

de Beaumont Foundation Company

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