- Local Teens Form Community Service Club
- Custom Tailor Opens in Potomac Village
- Potomac United Methodist Church Hosts Strawberry Festival
- Science Building Receives LEED Gold Certification
- Seven Year Old Uses Technology in Heroic Act
- Churchill Boys’ Lax Returns to Region Championship Game
- Potomac Outfitters Opens
- Whitman Softball Beats Richard Montgomery
- Bullis Boys’ Lax Beats Coronado Islanders
- ‘Giving Kids the Drive’
- Letter to the Editor: Everyone Voted Against Moving PES to Brickyard
- Letter to the Editor: What’s Next for the Brickyard Middle School Site?
- Column: In Judge’s Own Words
- Column: Tree Canopy — It’s Important
- ‘We Have Not Forgotten’
- It’s Official
- Environmental Concerns Prompt Dissenting Vote
- Letter: Importance of Organic Farms
- This Week in Potomac
- Appeal Filed over Oaklyn Tennis Bubble
In April 2013, 42 Potomac homes sold between $4,380,000-$476,000.
Potomac Home Sales: April, 2013
St. Andrew’s students perform chores to raise money for school in Haiti.
While many teens grumble at the idea of spending a weekend mowing the lawn, trimming hedges or raking leavings, a group of Potomac students are soliciting extracurricular chores. Ethan Lockshin and Sean Hess, of St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Potomac, partnered earlier this year to form Lion Laborers, a school group that rallies students to volunteer their time for community service projects.
School notes on Potomac natives.
Family brings couple across country.
Sung Lee and his wife Jung Park gave up their flourishing alteration business in West Des Moines, Iowa to move to Potomac to be close to their sons.
Annual event returns on Saturday, May 18.
One of the sweetest events in Potomac is back again — the annual Strawberry Festival held each May at the Potomac United Methodist Church — the quaint white church facing Falls Road in Potomac.