- Whitman Girls’ Basketball Has Visions of Winning at UMBC 0 comments
- Ring In Holiday Season with Gifts from Potomac Village 0 comments
- Obituary: Dr. Abolghassem Ghaffari 0 comments
- Obituary: K Warren Easley 0 comments
- Commentary: WMCCA Opposes Rezoning of Tennis Club 0 comments
- The Holiday Blues: Cope and Prevent 0 comments
- Ring In Holiday Season with Gifts from Potomac Village
- Obituary: Dr. Abolghassem Ghaffari
- Obituary: K Warren Easley
- Potomac Youth of the Year, 2013
- Bob Hanson, 89, Potomac’s Citizen of the Year
- Whitman Girls’ Basketball Has Visions of Winning at UMBC
- Paying Attention to the Pros
- Miller Resigns from Churchill
- Churchill Grad Leonard to Play Lacrosse at Towson
- Dick Hagen and ‘Hawaii:’ Potomac Hunt Race Heroes
- Commentary: WMCCA Opposes Rezoning of Tennis Club
- "Scanticipation" Not So Much
- Editorial: Who Will Be Hurt?
- Editorial: Holidays Are About Giving in Potomac
- Column: "Scanticipation"
- Newcomers and Community Guide; Get To Know Elected Officials
- Will the Next Attorney General Defend Constitutional Ban on Gay Marriage?
- Silence of the Court
- Petersen to Governor: Explain, Deny, Return or Resign
- It’s Official
Vikings lost by one point in last season’s state semifinals.
The Whitman girls' basketball team will face Good Counsel on Friday.
So much, so near.
The shopping season is here — and it’s time to find special gifts for everyone on your list. But instead of rushing to the mall, or heading to the outlets, this year, shop in Potomac.
Dr. Abolghassem Ghaffari, who had taught at Harvard and Princeton Universities, died Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013 at 10:55 p.m. in Los Angeles. He was 106 years old.
K Warren Easley, 89, beloved husband of the late Margaret Mary (2004), and a Potomac resident for over 50 years, died peacefully on Nov. 19, 2013, at ManorCare Potomac, from complications of Parkinson's and pneumonia.
As a follow-up to the well-attended November General meeting, on Nov. 24 WMCCA sent a letter to Francoise Carrier, chair, Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission.