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Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett has agreed to cut firefighter physical fitness costs from the budget in order to give some emergency workers a pay raise.
Montgomery County Police feel that budget cuts hurt police more than anyone else in the county. Walter Bader, with Police Union FOP Lodge #35, complains that police are having to do less with more, and will be furloughed while school employees will not.
Tags: Montgomery County Police Department , Montgomery County Council , budget , Walter Bader , Dr. Jerry Weast , ike leggett , Educational Facilities Officers , Joseph Lowery , James Hubert High School , Springbrook High School , Nancy Floreen ,
The Montgomery County Council has been saying for months the 2011 budget would have everyone feeling the pain. That assessment appears to be right on the money.
Tags: Montgomery County Council , budget , layoffs , furloughs , ambulance fees , libraries , Nancy Floreen , Maryland General Assembly , teacher pension , Montgomery County Public Schools , Dr. Jerry Weast , phil andrews , Mike Knapp ,
School staffers, officials and some parents got a chance to ask questions of Montgomery County's new schools superintendent, Dr. Joshua Starr, during a meet-and-greet Tuesday night at Richard Montgomery High School in Rockville.
Last month, U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Ben Seekell lost his left foot when a mine exploded. He wasn't alone. His K-9 partner, Charlie, was injured, too.
After a week in which 1,500 D.C. residents and scores of businesses sweated through a 48-hour heatwave without power, Pepco is once again feeling the heat.
Tags: NoMA , North of Massachusetts Avenue , D.C. Public Service Commission , Pepco , Bob Hainey , Maryland Public Service Commission , Yvette Alexander , D.C. Council , Liz Price , Betty Ann Kane , Maryland General Assembly ,
Prom. Graduation. Beach week. They're all events teenagers plan for, but they come at a time of year when the risk for teen fatalities on the road doubles, according to the National Organizations for Youth Safety.
It's not even June, and local governments are having to open cooling centers and even adjust trash collection due to soaring temperatures.
If you don't have summer camp plans nailed down for your kids, Montgomery College offers some summer options that will keep those young brains active.