Sunday Apr 20
Survey Says Children Don't Know Story of Easter
A recent survey conducted by the Bible Society indicates that children have little understanding of Easter or the Bible in general.
From trash to treasure: Residents recognized for restoring historic homes
Montgomery Preservation Inc. and Save Our Seminary at Forest Glen recognized individuals and groups who turned trashed homes into treasured abodes in 2013.
Breakfast for dinner at Laytonsville fire station
A fundraising meal of pancakes, scrambled eggs, ham, bacon, sausage, home fries, chipped beef, baked apples, biscuits and beverages will be served from 4 to 7 p.m. April 5 at the Laytonsville District Volunteer Fire Department, 21400 Laytonsville Road.
Laytonsville celebrates public water
Former Laytonsville Mayor Willard Oland, current Mayor Dan Prats, Tom Natelli CEO of Natelli Communities, and Montgomery Coucilmember Nancy Floreen, celebrate the opening of the new system in Laytonsville, by turning on the new fire hydrant in front of City Hall, on Saturday.
For Sunshine Week, Gazette looks at who requests public information
Under Maryland's Public Information Act, government bodies have 30 days to respond to requests for public records and to provide whatever information they can.