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Wootton Grad Competing in Olympics

Haley Skarupa on U.S. Women’s Hockey Team.

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A Tribute in Potomac to Captain Brian Matthew ‘Bubba’ Bunting

Bullis hosts third annual wrestling tournament to honor alum.

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A Fond Farewell in Potomac

Potomac neighborhood congratulates its letter carrier on his retirement.

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Potomac’s Max Mueller Displaying His Art at Miami Beach’s Art Basel

Credits parents and Winston Churchill High School.

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Baking ‘To Improve the Lives of Others’

Bullis School students continue tradition of baking pies for those in need.

Baking pies for others

Launching ‘A Drive for More Drivers’

Potomac drivers

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Chamber Honors People of the Year

Dr. John Sever, Harrison Smith and Jim McWhorter honored on Nov. 16 at Normandie Farm.

Chamber Honors People of the Year

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Watching the Eclipse in Potomac

Eclipse in Potomac

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Warmack Retires

Warmack Retires

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Hope Connection Celebrates 10 Years

Potomac Volunteer Being Honored at Gala

Potomac Volunteer Honored

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Firefighters Connect with the Community

Helping community is bottom line for Cabin John Park Volunteer Fire Department deputy fire chief.

Corinne Piccardi, deputy fire chief at Cabin John Park Volunteer fire Department, follows her heart.

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Potomac Family Recognized as ‘Angels in Adoption’

Haiti boy finds home with Freishstat family.

Five-year-old Luke Freishstat is exuberant — about his two older brothers and mom and dad, his classes at Georgetown Hill Elementary, his new friends, his new home in Potomac — but particularly about his chocolate Lab.

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Potomac Day This Saturday

Chamber names its three honorees.

What better way to celebrate Potomac's honorees for the Citizen of the Year, Youth of the Year and Business Leader of the Year than riding at the head of the Potomac Parade — and recognition at Potomac Day 2016?

Potomac Snapshot: Eagle Scout

Bennett William Lunceford, Troop 773, out of the Potomac United Methodist Church, was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout at the troop Court of Honor on Sept. 27.

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Potomac: Churchill Team Raises Funds for Make-A-Wish

The Churchill Girls Field Hockey team rose to the challenge Friday night on two fronts — they maintained their undefeated record, shutting out Richard Montgomery 3 - 0, and they raised over $5,000 for Make-A-Wish MidAtlantic.

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