NORTH BETHESDA – Since William Shakespeare first wrote “The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet” around 1593, the play about the ill-fated romance between two young people from feuding noble families in Verona, Italy has been adapted into many different settings for stage and screen productions.
ANNAPOLIS - In a move some county officials say creates stability and others say consolidates power, the head of the Montgomery County delegation has introduced a state bill on the county’s behalf to allow the Planning Board chair and vice chair an extra term.
ROCKVILLE – With more than half a year to go until the Rockville mayor and council elections, residents of the city are already getting into gear.
At the mayor and council meeting Monday night Twinbrook area resident Brigitta Mullican, 65, became the first of the season to make a public candidacy announcement.
The Maryland House of Delegates is considering a bill that would change the state’s self storage lien law by making print advertising of storage auctions optional, sparking resistance from newspaper associations that say the changes could harm unit tenants.
The Takoma Park City Council is closer to selecting a developer for its 1.2-acre Takoma Junction property after eliminating one of three finalists Monday.
The city will soon announce the remaining two companies vying to redevelop the parking lot, located in a compact commercial district at the intersection of Ethan Allen, Carroll and Grant avenues.
ROCKVILLE – Starting next week, county residents will get a chance to share the characteristics and expertise they want to see in the county’s next superintendent of schools.
With the help of search firm Hazard, Young, Attea and Associates (HYA), the same search firm used in the hiring of the past two superintendents, the Montgomery County Board of Education will hold public forums on March 4 and 5.
ROCKVILLE – Pipes burst, work crews struggled, pedestrians slipped and car wrecks on county streets increased after close to a foot of snow hit Montgomery County on Saturday, surprising residents and officials with its early start and large buildup.
ANNAPOLIS – As Montgomery County’s four drones lie in wait, the General Assembly is examining ways to protect privacy while still allowing public safety officials, businesses and hobbyists to use drones.