A Churchill senior has racked up 2.4 million followers on TikTok
At Walt Whitman High School in Bethesda, students, staff and parents are working together to address issues of racism
Our picks for things to see and do in the Bethesda area in January and February
The latest food news, from pastries and poutine to an Instant Pot cookbook
A Rockville mom’s new children’s book captures her mental health struggles
A physical therapist talks about how to avoid an achy neck, back pain and stiffness when you’re working from home
New works by local authors
These scenic spots offer stargazers ample views of the night sky, away from the urban glare
Before the pandemic, hospice volunteers could hold patients’ hands and talk with them face-to-face. They’re still finding ways to keep patients comfortable—and that connection helps the volunteers, too.
Quiet streets, an empty football field, a protest against racial injustice. Two photographers from Bethesda captured the fear, uncertainty, hope and raised voices of 2020.
Three homes with stylish spaces for distance learning
A Chevy Chase author sheds light on how decisions are made on college admissions
In his 18 years at The Universities at Shady Grove, recently retired Executive Director Stew Edelstein embraced students’ diversity and determination and helped create a unique model of education
Once dominant, Montgomery County’s public employee unions have seen their clout wane. Leaders are plotting a comeback.
In one of the wealthiest counties in the country, some families are struggling like never before. Amid the pandemic, about 100,000 Montgomery County residents don’t have enough to eat. Nonprofits are helping, but they’re facing tough times, too.
Many local families welcomed new dogs into their homes in 2020. This season, pamper the pooch with creature comforts from local stores.
A Kensington sixth grader is trying to help keep local journalism alive with his own weekly newspaper
When the coronavirus upended our writer’s plans to go to Europe in June, she and her husband loaded up on sanitizer, face masks and cleaning supplies, and set off on a four-week road trip
Dr. Travis Gayles, Montgomery County’s top health official, talks about the cautious approach to reopening during the pandemic, threatening emails he’s received, and whose opinion matters most to him
Our picks for things to do and see in November and December
A new pizza place in Rockville, and a Bethesda couple’s spirits company