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Several leading evangelical pastors and authors have come to the defense of a pastor accused in a lawsuit for covering up sexual abuse of children.
Nikkia Carter doesn't mind going across the Potomac River in search of clients, contacts and information on landing said clients.
A portion of Riffle Ford Road in Montgomery County is closed due to high water on Friday morning, say police.
A home is seen in the 7200 block of Cliff Pine Drive following an incident that left a man dead Friday morning in Gaithersburg.
According to Captain Jim Daly, spokesman for the Montgomery County Police Department, officers responded to a burglary call shortly after midnight in the 7200 block of Cliff Pines Drive.
The Eli Young Band is making a point to meet with military families this year while on the road with Kenny Chesney 's No Shoes tour.
A 20-year-old man whom police say called them to report a home burglary has been charged with homicide in the death of another man whose body was found in a wooded area nearby.
Police say 20-year-old Claude Alexander Allen was charged Friday in the killing at a Gaithersburg home that investigators are calling a homicide.
Police say Claude Alexander Allen, 20, used a hatchet to kill another man in the 7200 block of Cliff Pine Drive early Friday morning.
Montgomery County taxpayers will begin paying higher property taxes on July 1 as the County Council approved a $4.8 billion budget on Thursday that includes multimillion-dollar pay raises for members of three county labor unions.
Construction and installation of a $1 million synthetic field turf in Gaithersburg will begin this fall, according to a report by The Gazette .
Gaithersburg's population is among the fastest growing in the country for a city its size, The Washington Examiner reported .
Doug Doerfler, CEO of Gaithersburg-based MaxCyte Inc., was this month named the Tech Council of Maryland's new chairman.
Dan Gross/The Gazette Watkins Mill Road west of Rt 355 is a dead end that is currently used for parking by construction crews working nearby.
Gaithersburg's mayor and city council approved their strategic plan for the 2014 fiscal year at a meeting Monday evening.