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Past articles by Michael:

School burglary investigated in Germantown

Montgomery County Police are requesting the public's help identifying the man who burglarized a school in the Germantown community. → Read More

Montgomery County makes progress in opioid battle

A new report suggests Montgomery County is making progress in its fight against opioid abuse. → Read More

Driver damages three police cruisers on I-270

A routine traffic stop turned into a much more serious situation early morning on January 2. → Read More

$150M headquarters for Montgomery County to open in 2020

More than 900 Montgomery County employees will be moving to an upgraded office space in 2020. → Read More

New report says Montgomery County population has grown

A new report from the Montgomery County planning commission says that the area has added over 55,000 residents from 2010 to 2016. → Read More

DC museums to shut down

Some of the world's finest museums are about to be affected by the ongoing government shutdown. → Read More

Metro hours extended for New Year's

Montgomery County residents will be happy to hear about a schedule change announced by metro rail officials. → Read More

Expansion proposed for Silver Spring elementary school

Education officials in Montgomery County are suggesting a much needed expansion plan for a Silver Spring elementary school. → Read More

Montgomery County board member visited 421 parks

With just a few days until the start of 2019, Montgomery Planning Board Chair Casey Anderson completed his 2018 resolution to visit every single park in Montgomery County. → Read More

Officials note Purple line progress

Purple line construction crews have completed their digging of a tunnel beneath dozens of Silver Spring homes. → Read More

Over 70 fire fighters responded for house fire

Two Montgomery County residents barely escaped a fire house fire that began early Wednesday morning. → Read More

Police investigate Sandy Spring Bank robbery

Police in Montgomery County are asking for the public's help in investigating a bank robbery in Silver Spring. → Read More

Workplaces move to combat sexual harassment

The ongoing fight against sexual harassment is taking place along many different fronts, including the workplace. → Read More

New toy shop caters to minority kids

A former executive with Toys R Us began his own unique business after the famous company was forced to close its doors this past summer. → Read More

Medical cannabis sales top $100 million in Maryland

It's been a full year since medical marijuana officially entered Maryland’s economy and over $100 million in revenue has been generated by local dispensaries during that time. → Read More

Mobile bookstore makes its way to local book festivals

An enterprising business woman in Montgomery County has found a new way to bring books into the lives of young children. → Read More

Police hold school shooter drills

The Takoma Park Police Department will be holding a series of active shooter drills in their community over the next eight days. → Read More

Westfield Shopping Center stabbing investigation continues

Montgomery County Police are continuing their investigation for a brutal Tuesday afternoon stabbing at the Westfield Shopping Center in Wheaton. → Read More

Rockville gas station robbed, suspect not caught yet

Police in Montgomery County are asking for the publics' help in tracking down the man who ripped off a Rockville gas station. → Read More

Dawson's Market to reopen

A major comeback is just days away for a popular Rockville business. → Read More