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The 11th Annual Drive-In at Union Market is finally back where movies will be shown on the first and third Friday of every month through July 21.

The hottest summer events in DC

By Julia Levi, Observations Editor June 8, 2023

As the days get longer and WCHS students begin their summer break, they can brighten up dull summer days with various activities located in the nation’s capital. From food tours to concerts, Washington...

A news conference was held at the MCPS office on Sept. 21, 2022, revealing the new athletic events security plans. This conference went into detail about athletic event guidelines that have now gone into effect.

WCHS new tight athletic regulations force students to go to extreme measures

By Brianna Frank, Advertising and Subscriptions Manager December 2, 2022

Following the fight between the Gaithersburg and Northwest High School football teams and coaches, MCPS has tightened security at all athletic events, specifically football games. The new security rules...

New SGA sponsers plan to bring back old events

By Katie Clem, Production Editor September 30, 2013

Special Education paraeducators Orly Santos and Daniel Lethbridge were recently announced as the new Student Government Association (SGA) sponsors who will be responsible for helping students come up with...

The new event center will offer a local venue for large scale events.

New event center to be built at Shady Grove Metro

By Gil Jacobson, Online Breaking News Editor April 29, 2013

Montgomery County has asked D&A Sports and Entertainment to design a multipurpose event center to be built in the Shady Grove Metro Station parking lot. Developers are currently in the preliminary...

Fundraising efforts make sign a reality

Fundraising efforts make sign a reality

By Dana Harris, Online Opinions Editor May 29, 2012

After four years of planning and fundraising, a digital sign is set to replace the current brick one at the corner of Tuckerman Lane and Gainsborough Road by the end of May. The digital sign will promote...

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