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Montgomery County Council members hammered away at a team of Pepco executives who attended a hearing Monday on the utility's performance in the aftermath of the Jan. 26 snow storm that crippled the region's power supply.
Montgomery County Council members called into question Pepco's performance during the Jan. 26 storm.
Even those who have had their power restored might not be out of the woods yet; Maryland is trying to preempt new Pepco charges aimed at recouping from customers the money lost during last week's outages.
Two applicants may get a second shot at bringing the first charter school to Montgomery County.
If elected officials are texting or emailing each other during hearings or while conducting a public meeting, should there messages part of the public record?
As Prince George's County detectives investigate a new murder Wednesday morning -- the 14th in 2011 -- county leadership is reaching out to both the federal government and local citizens to help stay the killing streak.
Old-timers tell youngsters how they used to walk to school uphill, both ways, in blinding snow. Soon, they might add recess to their tales of less pampered days of yore.
Prince George's Count Police have been making progress in 13 homicide cases, with arrests in four of them. Magaw is quick to point out one of the cases may not be criminal, describing it as a "justifiable homicide." Still, the surge in violence has the agency on the alert.
Two armed men robbed a Bethesda home Monday, asking the homeowner to find tape to be bound with before stealing various objects from the home.
How do you get 150 kids and their parents to school on a freezing Saturday morning? Promise them an adventure in birdwatching.