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Another suspect in the murder of D.C. middle school principal Brian Betts will plead guilty to criminal charges.
Stubby, the decorated World War I veteran, is among the artifacts in the Smithsonian's Price of Freedom: Americans At War.
Textbook authors are changing how they disseminate information. More information is being put into e-text readers.
Some Montgomery County residents felt dumped on. As winter approaches, a forum will be held to explain how the county handles snow removal.
Local advocacy groups are giving away free lights to encourage bicyclists and pedestrians to be more visible at night.
Think of it this way. Are you the person you want to share a cubicle with? Are you upbeat? Results-oriented? Do you bring a sense of enthusiasm to the workplace? Employers don't want people who take energy from the workplace. They want people to generate it.
The just-opened Rockville Women's Business Center offers training and resources or women entrepreneurs.
"We're losing about $14 million, and we'll be looking to balance the budget accordingly," says Montgomery County Council President Nancy Floreen.
A Montgomery County judge Monday dismissed a lawsuit seeking to stop county firefighters from campaigning for ambulance fees.
Melvin Berman Hebrew Academy says there's nothing irregular about the deal the academy struck with Montgomery County to buy the old Peary High School and its 20 acres.