After purchasing historic White’s Ferry in February 2021, Chuck and Stacy Kuhn encountered obstacles to reopening this important Potomac Rive...
On Sunday, hikers, kayakers, paddle boarders and bicyclists were out on the cool but pleasant day to enjoy recreation and exercise along the Potoma...
Dr. James Bridgers, acting County health officer, notified the Montgomery County Council today that the County returned to “substan...
The Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement contains up to order-of-magnitude errors in seven different types of environmental impa...
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- Montgomery County Board of Education Pushes Back Date for In-person Learning
- Montgomery County Public Schools: Possible In-Person Schooling in Early 2021
- Disparities in Arrests Lead to Questions about Police in Montgomery County Public Schools
- Trone To Seek Reelection in Maryland
- ‘Fridays with Friedson’ Offer Access in Potomac
- Bullis QB Now a Redskin
- From a McLean Mustang to VT Hokie
- Churchill Returns to Region Final
- Saving Churchill in Shootout
- A More Challenging Course on the Potomac
- Column: Reform Not Revenge
- Opinion: Supporting Key Values: Service, Peace, Sacrifice
- Fairfax County Police Publication of ‘Shame List’ Endangers Immigrant Residents
- COVID Pain Reaches Far
- Opinion: Commentary: Record Setting Times
- Montgomery County ‘Keeping It Safe Coalition’ Announces Student Video Contest Winners; Churchill Students Win Second and Third Place
- Play Ball: Week in Numbers in Montgomery County
- Five-Year-Old Handcuffed for Hating School in Montgomery County
- Bullis School Students Helping the Community
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Letters Requesting Extension of Comment Time
In October, 2021, 58 Potomac homes sold between $4,200,000-$530,000.
Potomac Home Sales: October, 2021