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Morning Rush Hour Report for Monday, 10 March 2014
Baltimore City: UTILITY WORK - Light Street SOUTHBOUND between from Light and Conway Streets - TWO lanes get by to the LEFT and ONE lane gets by to the RIGHT.
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Sun Mar 09, 2014
The Washington Post
Montgomery Blair High School leads the nation in Intel science finalists
Some time ago, Neil Davey began pondering a question that might not consume the average teenager: How, he wondered, could he effectively detect and isolate circulating tumor cells in a cancer patient's bloodstream? It stayed with him through research and an internship and finally led to Sunday in Washington, where the 18-year-old displayed his work ... (more)
Report Published: "Calibrant Biosystems, Inc. - Pharmaceuticals &...
The company discovers and develops protein drug targets and markers for the treatment and diagnosis of diseases.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
New Report Available: OpGen, Inc. - Medical Equipment - Deals and Alliances Profile
The company provides tools for genomic sequence assembly and finishing, microbial strain comparison, and species characterization.
Montgomery County executive candidates square off in Bethesda
School construction funds, state assistance and transit projects were the hot topics at a debate Friday for Montgomery's Democratic county executive candidates.
Calling all animal lovers: New Montgomery shelter now open
Katherine Zenzano, a community outreach coordinator for the Montgomery County Police Animal Services Division, holds Lulu, a 5-year-old domestic shorthair cat at the new Montgomery County Animal Shelter in Gaithersburg.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Local Artists Showcased in Weekend Exhibition
Montgomery Village Foundation Department of Recreation Parks and Culture, in partnership with the Gaithersburg Fine Arts Association, presents the 40th annual Art, Craft and Photography Show.
Montgomery Village man charged with robbing same Gaithersburg grocer twice
Police have arrested a Montgomery Village man believed to be responsible for committing two armed robberies in January at a Gaithersburg grocery store.
Veteran Teachers Finalists for Montgomery Teacher of the Year Award
Three Montgomery County Public Schools teachers have been named finalists for the 2014-2015 Teacher of the Year award.
Gaithersburg Aquatic Center plans for summer reopening
The center at 2 Teachers Way has been closed since January 2012, when cracks were discovered in the exterior support columns that compromised the building's structural integrity.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
The Washington Post
Montgomery estimates $9- to $13 million price tag for publicly financed elections
Montgomery County might have spent as much as $9.6 million in the 2010 Democratic primary if the public campaign financing system proposed by council member Phil Andrews was in place that year, according to an estimate by Finance Director Joseph Beach.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Silver Spring man pleads guilty to child abuse, sex abuse
A Silver Spring man pleaded guilty Wednesday to abusing a toddler and sexually abusing the child's brother and sisters.
Denim & Diamonds Benefit for Gaithersburg's Homeless Set for May 2
From a city news release: On Friday, May 2, the Friends of Wells/Robertson House, Inc., a private, nonprofit organization, will host a gala to benefit homeless Gaithersburg men and women in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.
BC Steak and Silver Birch Bar Opens Their Doors in Gaithersburg
Located at 15710 Shady Grove Road, the new restaurant and bar are designed to appeal to young professionals while staying true to Bugaboo Creek's family-friendly roots.
God Punishes Gays, Lesbians By Making Them 'Effeminate' Or 'Mannish': Pastor Larry Tomczak
A conservative Tennessee pastor and media pundit is making headlines after claiming that God is punishing gay men and lesbians by making them "effeminate" or "mannish" in video footage of a sermon.
Democratic council races get lively
The Democratic primary for the Montgomery County Council races could have been a sleepy election.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
GGCC Conducts Ribbon Cutting for Operation Second Chance
The Gaithersburg-Germantown Chamber of Commerce conducted a "Ribbon Cutting / Grand Opening" Ceremony for Operation Second Chance.
LA Daily News
What is making your allergies worse now?
You're sniffling, sneezing, but it's winter - why are you suffering from allergies now? Here are some explanations for why you're suffering from allergies.
Future Teachers Uncertain About Entering Common Core Fray
By Ethan Barton, CAPITAL NEWS SERVICE With schools scrambling to implement the Common Core State Standards and legislators, officials and parents battling over the next steps, college students studying to be teachers have mixed feelings about entering the rocky terrain.