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As you know, on September 27, 2021, the Court conducted a 12-hour hearing on Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss and Plaintiffs’ Motion for a Preliminary Injunction to block the sale of the property containing the Moses African Cemetery to a developer.  Just a few minutes ago, Judge Karla Smith de…

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Many students have theories about the personalities of their teachers outside of the classroom. Although, them being a part-time Nazi is that last thing many would expect. Gregory Conte, a former substitute teacher at our very own Quince Orchard High School, is in fact, a Nazi. While Conte w…

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Since March 2019, the Board of Education has implemented new rules and protocols including  allowing students to take a “mental health day” as an excused absence from now on. 

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Many students may have noticed that Goodwill has opened close to RM. Goodwill is a popular location for thrifting, an activity that has become increasingly popular among teens in the past years. 

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On September 9, Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) announced that they will begin administering rapid COVID-19 tests. These tests are given to students who exhibit COVID-19 related symptoms during the school day. The rapid testing program came in response to the 1,000 COVID-19 cases tha…

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On Saturday, Oct. 2, thousands gathered in DC to protest the potential overturning of Roe V. Wade. The rally included speeches by several notable women’s rights activists. “No matter where you live, no matter where you are, this moment is dark — it is dark — but that’s why we’re here,” Alexi…

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Walter Johnson was found vandalized the morning of Sunday October 3. The graffiti included hate speech and references to white supremacy.

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RaceTab by MileSplit/FloSports Windsor Running, LLC, Windsor Runn Prep Classic - 9/25/2021 11:14:07 PM Georgetown Prep, North Bethesda , MD Freshmen Boys 5000 Meter Run ==========================…

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The Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) will adjust Ride On bus schedules to 64 routes starting Sunday, Oct. 10, to increase overall service and improve efficiency. The changes reflect the continuing shift of resources toward schedule patterns prior to the COVID-19 health crisis.

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Montgomery County is one of countless counties nationwide facing a bus driver shortage, forcing some drivers to do multiple routes. Students on these routes are being picked up earlier in the morning and arriving home from school later, but Principal Kimberly Boldon said administration is wo…

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The MCPS Board of Education has recently made decisions regarding how the school year will proceed considering the current pandemic and other challenges the county faces. 

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(Gaithersburg, MD) Treat yourself this fall to music, entertainment, art and more. Pumpkin-Spice up the Halloween season with an in-person class or workshop, visit one of the several City galleries, or purchase tickets to an in-person play, concert or film. More arts programming is being add…

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Friends of Moses Hall (FMH) is pleased with MDOT SHA’s commitment to help identify the natural boundaries of the cemetery in contracting Dr. Timothy Horsley to conduct a geophysical survey of portions of the cemetery and the existing state right-of-way. FMH appreciates the thoroughness of Dr…

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Kensington, MD – The Noyes Children’s Library Foundation presents the 90th anniversary edition of The Little Engine That Could by Watty Piper, with new illustrations by Dan Santat, as the eighth free Noyes StoryWalk®. Families are invited to read the book on posted signs as they stroll throu…

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Six teams of wounded, ill and injured military veterans are headed to the Rockville Ice Arena in Rockville, Maryland, August 20-22 to face off in the USA Warriors Sled Hockey Tournament, a first of its kind event for military members and veterans wounded or injured in service.

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Descendants of kidnapped Africans (who were called slaves) and members of the Black community that were the victims of land thief by both developers and Montgomery County in Bethesda, filed suit today to save their ancient burial ground from sale to yet another developer - ChargerVentures.

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In the weeks to come, the doors of our K-12 schools will swing wide open as students stream in. With the unfurling of their classroom laptops, personal information will quietly and excessively stream out, right into the hands of Educational Technology vendors who sold their way into our scho…

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Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) in-person sports are on their way back. On Jan. 29, MCPS released its “Return to R.A.I.S.E. Second Semester Plan,” outlining the plan for second-semester athletics in the county. The fall season is set to occur between Feb. 13 and April 17, with Feb. 2…

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In the ongoing nationwide fight for racial and gender equity, students in Montgomery County continue their passionate push onward by getting involved in political advocacy on the local and state levels, and inspiring other students to express their inner advocate. Though this often overlooke…

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Anti-Asian hate crimes have risen by 150% in 2020, according to the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism.  This recent uprise has coincided with COVID-19 spreading across the country and its ties to China. Additionally, on March 16, eight people were shot and killed at Atlanta spas, si…

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Over the past 20 years, enrollment in MCPS has increased by over 30,000 students, making MCPS one of the largest and most diverse counties in the nation. However, facility construction has not kept pace with this growth. In order to ensure MCPS could maintain its high-quality facilities of e…

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27-year-old Marnobia Alegria Juarez was the $40,000 winner of the June 1st drawing as part of the VaxCash Promotion. The VaxCash Promotion was announced on May 20th by Gov. Hogan as a collaboration between the Maryland Lottery and the Maryland Department of Health to incentivize residents to…

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