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Despite a report that says artificial turf is better value than grass, Montgomery county will be using the real stuff for new soccer fields in Potomac and Gaithersburg.
Another county in the D.C. region is getting ready to up the ante on illegal immigration.
Montgomery County council members and the county's school leaders are at odds over how nine reaming school resource officer positions should be funded.
Prince George's County Council member Leslie Johnson apparently intends to enter a plea in the federal case against her.
A bus driver for Montgomery County Public Schools continued to take children to and from school even after police seized his computer, which authorities say contained more than 80 images of child pornography.
Investigators are searching for a serial arsonist they say is responsible for three fires set in four hours in Frederick, Md.
To reduce power outages, Pepco has trimmed trees along 1,200 miles of power lines. Now Montgomery County wants them to do some planting.
It's been over 30 years since a school has been located at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland, but that will change next fall.
One local county is about to introduce a new type of body scan -- but it's just for your finger.
The Gazette reports Frederick County Public Schools has added the term "sexting" to its rules and regulations regarding student behavior. Those who do it can be suspended or expelled, depending on the offense.