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- Potomac Hunt Race-Goers Broil in Sun and Fun
- Walpole Outdoors Relocates to Potomac Village
- Potomac: Working Together Across Faiths
- Opening Day at Potomac Village Farmers Market
- Potomac: Church’s Strawberry Festival Marks 25 Years
- Potomac: Churchill Boys’ Lax Wins Third Region Title in Four Years
- Potomac Sports Briefs for the Week of May 13, 2015
- Potomac: Documentary Details Team JOY's Journey to Special Olympics World Games
- Potomac: Face of America at Falls and River
- Potomac: Long-Awaited Renovations Begin at Rink
- Column: Up and Down and All Around
- Letter: Coalition Opposes Country Inn Proposal
- Editorial: Call for Father’s Day Photos
- Column: Why Fi?
- Letter: Remembering WW II Planes
- Potomac: County Council Honors Local Small Businesses
- Potomac: Leggett Proposes $5.1 Billion County Budget
- News: School Board Discusses Unaccompanied Youth in Potomac
- The Leadership Montgomery Core Class Meets the Governor
- Every state and local office that represents Potomac was on the ballot Nov. 4.
At the Kiplinger family’s “Bittersweet Field.”
It was hot. Brutally hot, at the 63rd running of the Potomac Hunt Races on Sunday, May 17. The weatherman repeatedly called for cloudy, stormy weather. Wrong. By 1 p.m. when the first race at the Kiplinger family’s “Bittersweet Field,” Poolesville, and a couple thousand tailgate picnics were already in full swing, more than just horses had broken out in a full sweat.
Letter to the Editor
The following open letter was addressed to Casey Anderson, chair of the Montgomery County Planning Board.
In April, 2015, 51 Potomac homes sold between $2,350,000-$420,000.
Potomac Home Sales: April, 2015
Events near Potomac for the weekend of May 15-17
Anthony Wilder Design/Build received a national Contractor of the Year award.
A minimalist yet elegant design that includes a wall of glass with dramatic views of a woodsy landscape received top honors recently. Anthony Wilder Design/Build, in Cabin John, received a national Contractor of the Year (CotY) award from the National Association of the Remodeling Industry for transforming a bland bathroom into a serene spa retreat.