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Md. Judge Who Had Romantic Relationship With Felon to Retire

A Montgomery County judge who was at the center of a controversy last year over her romantic relationship with a convicted felon, has submitted her retirement from the bench.


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Olney Leaders Investigate, Question Speed Cameras

There’s one speed camera that doles out more tickets than any other in Montgomery County and it has some asking whether residents are benefiting, or being targeted.


Rescue personnel help free a man from the tracks of the Bethesda Metro station after he was hit by a train. (Photo from Montgomery County Fire and Rescue)

Red Line Delays After Smoke in Metro Tunnel

Metrorail trains are delayed on the Red Line during Monday morning rush after reports of smoke caused by another arcing insulator.


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First Female Montgomery Co. Police Chief Dies at 67

Carol Mehrling, the first woman to serve as police chief in Montgomery County, has died. She was 67.


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Montgomery County Officials Warn of Scam Letter

Officials in Montgomery County are warning property owners not to be fooled by a letter that tells them they can pay $99 to petition to have their property tax assessment reviewed.


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Public E-cigarette Ban Now in Effect In Montgomery County

It is now illegal to smoke electronic cigarettes in Montgomery County in public places.


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Woman Killed After Struck by Montgomery Co. School Bus

A woman is critically injured after being struck by a Mongtomery County school bus Thursday morning.


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3,000+ Pepco Customers Without Power in Montgomery County

More than 3,000 Pepco customers are in the dark in Montgomery County Tuesday night.


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Some Montgomery Co. Students Pushing for Gender-Neutral Graduation Gowns

Some students in Montgomery County are pushing for high schools to break from tradition to help make graduation a little easier for their transgender classmates.


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NCAA Asks Judge to Seal Documents in Wrongful-Death Lawsuit

The NCAA has asked a Montgomery County judge to seal 14 documents in a wrongful-death lawsuit filed by the family of former Frostburg State University football player Derek Sheely.