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April 6: Unions rally against budget
Hundreds of Montgomery school employees rally in Rockville against possible education cuts
April 6: Farms or playing fields?
Hundreds turn out to weigh in on soccer field proposal in Potomac
March 30: Speaking out against cuts
Montgomery County employees angry over changes to benefits
March 30: In the shadow of Navy Med
A new hospital springs up around Navy Med neighborhoods in Bethesda
March 15: Jack Johnson's press conference
Johnson pleads not guilty to all federal charges
March 15: Press conference on Bethesda homicide
Montgomery County police say killing of Bethesda store clerk was 'random'
March 3: Addressing education
Prince George's County Executive Baker discusses education, performance standards for teachers
March 2: Merger upcoming
Sneak Peek of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
Feb. 24: ICC opens
Officials hold ribbon-cutting ceremony as first section of eventual 18.8-mile, $2.6 billion toll road opens
Feb. 23: Looking at a woman's role in society
Warm night, winter sunset backdrop for candlelight vigil on Thursday
Feb. 15: School budget talks
Frederick Board of County Commissioners discussion of Head Start funding
Feb. 9: Speaking in support of schools
Prince George's parents and students speak to the school board in defense of programs in danger of cuts.
Jan. 18: Opening day in Annapolis
Maryland General Assembly 2011 session opens
Jan. 6: Arrest made
Police announce arrest in case of killing at Suburban Hospital
Dec. 17: Wet Damascus
Jay Traverso for alcohol sales in Damascus
Dec. 17: Dry Damascus
Gary Richard against alcohol sales in Damascus
Dec. 9: Inauguration questions
Prince George's residents discuss the swearing-in of Leslie Johnson.
August 26: Alleged assault at summer program
Oxon Hill student claims he was assaulted by custodian
August 11: Transportation talk
O'Malley promotes Purple Line in Bethesda Metro visit
July 28: Murder suspect indicted
Alleged 'serial killer' indicted in one of two Largo mother-daughter homicides
July 22: Discussing domestic violence
Police talk about some of the issues involved with working on domestic violence cases.
June 22: Slain state trooper laid to rest Saturday
Friends, family promise to carry on his mission to aid youth.
May 27: Questions linger in homicides
Victim's family members critical of police response.
May 26: End of the bookmobile?
Budget cuts force library to re-evaluate mobile services.
May 6: Teachers protest proposed budget
Deerfield Run staff say they want to raise awareness of cuts in classrooms
April 19: Protest at Sodexo
SEIU holds protest at Sodexo's U.S. headquarters in Gaithersburg on April 16.
April 13: Beating captured on video
Video surfaces of a University of Maryland, College Park, student being beaten by Prince George's County Police.
April 11: Pressbox fire
Fire destroys baseball press box at Gaithersburg High School; investigators suspect arson
April 1: Returned from Burma
Political prisoner from Montgomery Village promises continued fight for Burmese.
March 24: White Flint sector plan approved
Big changes are on the horizon for White Flint - and the skyline is already changing.
March 18: Laying it out
Frederick mayor speaks to employees about the problems facing the city.
March 17: Montgomery executive discusses budget
Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett discusses some of the cuts and changes in his proposed budget.
March 17: Slideshow: Gay Marriage
See pictures from the first legal gay marriages in Washington, D.C., after a change in the law.
March 10: Blasts mark progress
Controlled underground blasts are being conducted at the Silver Spring Transit Center to excavate rock beds.
March 6: Code Red at Richard Montgomery
School locked down for more than an hourafter an incident during lunchtime on March 5.
Feb. 23: Bowman trial verdict
Jury convicts Southern Maryland woman of two murders.
Feb. 18: On hold
Pothole repair currently on hold in Montgomery County.
Feb. 17: Blizzard of 2010
Whiteout conditions in Olney.
Feb. 17: Blizzard pictures
See a slideshow from the Febrary storms.
Feb. 9: Snowfall in Kensington
The snow left city and county departments as well as individuals trying to figure out how to cope.
Feb. 9: More to come
Additional snowfall, with accumulation forecast to be as high as 20 inches, may be coming overnight.
Jan. 27: The streets
View of Port-au-Prince from inside a truck.
Jan. 27: Makeshift hospital
Patients in the pre-operation area.
Jan. 27: Doing their jobs abroad
Johannie Escarne of Silver Spring and Gettie Audain of Clarksburg talk about their decision to travel to Haiti.
Jan. 22: Aboard the USNS Comfort
Patients arrive in casualty receiving area.
Jan. 22: Coastal devastation
The port at Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Jan. 20: Helicopters from Haiti
The first critical patients are airlifted to the USNS Comfort on Wednesday.
Jan. 20: Aboard the USNS Comfort
Alayna Schwartz of Germantown discusses procedure when patients are brought onto the USNS Comfort.
Sept. 25: Wild chase ends in crash
Police video shows car-jacking suspect.
Sept. 11: Snack attack
Surveillance video of burglar smashing vending machine in Prince George's school.
August 18: Victims react to sentencing of homebuilder
Unbuilt homes net 12-year prison sentence for District Heights man.
August 5: Landover man sentenced for Gaithersburg murder
Man receives life in prison, plus 20 years for murder, robbery.
July 29: Stolen items found
Police seize stolen goods from Hyattsville pawnshop in raid that kicked off efforts of new Pawnshop Task Force.
July 28: Church assault suspect gets 20 years
Victim of Christmas Eve assault reacts to sentencing of attacker.
July 8: Home buying aid
Prince George's is using a $10.8 million grant to help first-time homebuyers cover some costs if they buy foreclosed homes.
June 30: Suit filed in inmate death
The mother of Ronnie White, who died while in custory at the Prince George's County Corrections Center has filed a $153.6M lawsuit.
June 23: Calvo responds
Berwyn Heights mayor announces lawsuit over police raid.
May 13: Explosions at Forestville strip mall
Prince George's County Fire/EMS releases video footage of the May 7 explosion.
May 5: Dr. Weast and Dr. Munk on the closure of Rockville HS
Second swine flu case suspected at school.
April 24: Help wanted
Police seek public's help in identifying two burglars
April 22: Middletown tragedy
Frederick sheriff's press conference.
April 14: A disease returns
Measles outbreak in Montgomery County.
March 13: County executive on budget
Leggett tips his hand on tight budget for Montgomery County
March 13: County executive on growth
Leggett explains how to maintain economic growth in Montgomery County.
March 12: Fairland Gardens apartment fire
Residents displaced from 16 units in Silver Spring fire.
March 9: Seeking information
A press conference on the killing of Dennis Guzman-Saenz updates the case and requests that anyone with information on the 15-year-old's death come forward.
March 4: Police beating
Prince George's County police suspended two officers after the release of video showing them using force during a traffic stop
Feb. 18: Combating crime spike
Montgomery Police Chief Mangerdetails the county's three-pronged strategy against violence.
Feb. 16: Home invasion footage
Police have released video of the suspect in a Cloverly burglary and assault on Jan. 14.
Dec. 29: Surveilance video
Montgomery County Police have released surveilance video of suspects in a Dec. 23 shooting at Macy's in Wheaton.
Dec. 26: Groups protest delay in jail death case
Protesters call for indictment in death of inmate Ronnie White.
Dec. 24: Slideshow: Road turns into river
See photos from the aptly named River Road incident.
Dec. 24: Road turns into river
Water restored after River Road pipe bursts in Bethesda
Dec. 12: Stuck between Md. and Va.
Passengers stranded on White's Ferry.
Dec. 11: Schools follow a new lead
Interim schools superintendent Hite lays out his goals for his position.
Nov. 28: From New Carrollton to Bethesda
John Porcari on proposed Purple Line.
Nov. 26: Hornsby sentenced
Former Prince George's schools superintendent Andre Hornsby was sentenced to 6 years in prison for wire fraud on Tuesday.
Oct. 10: Builders, broker indicted
Homebuyers left with debt and no house in Upper Marlboro.
March 17: Slideshow: Playoffs
See images from the 2009 basketball playoffs.
March 13: Stuck on his students
Principal gets duct-taped to wall for charity
March 13: County executive on budget
Leggett tips his hand on tight budget for Montgomery County
March 13: County executive on growth
Leggett explains how to maintain economic growth in Montgomery County.
March 12: Fairland Gardens apartment fire
Residents displaced from 16 units in Silver Spring fire.
March 12: Science Bowl stars
Montpelier Elementary comes out on top in the Science Bowl final over University Park on March 10.
March 11: Montgomery Works
As recession deepens, so do needs of county's jobless.
March 11: Back to work
New Hampshire Ave paving first stimulus project in nation.
Sept. 30: Deasy steps down
County's deputy superintendent, William R. Hite Jr., plans to take over in February.

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Sept. 18: Inmate death a homicide
Glenn F. Ivey, Prince George's State's Attorney, says 19-year-old Ronnie L. White's death was a homicide by asphyxiation.

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Sept. 18: Eyeing slots referendum
Marylanders United to Stop Slots hold a press conference to describe their view that slots would be bad for Maryland.

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August 27: YMCA surveillance video
A Frederick County grand jury chose to not indict Amanda Markoe after seeing this video of her disciplining a 2-year-old boy.

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August 13: Calling for Justice
June White Dillard, Prince George's County NAACP president, calls for more progress into the investigation of the death of Ronnie White.

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August 6: Growing health care
Kevin Sexton talks about Holy Cross' plans to build a new hospital in Germantown and two new clinics in Montgomery County.

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August 1: Weapons bust
This video, obtained courtesy of Montgomery County fire officials, shows the array of weapons and explosives found in a search of the suspect's Bethesda home.

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July 30: Two indicted in street racing deaths
Prince George's State's Attorney Glenn F. Ivey announces indictments in street racing deaths.

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July 23: Guilty on six counts
View video of former Prince George's Schools superintendent Andre J. Hornsby's lawyer's reaction to the guilty verdicts.

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