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For the past 31 years, Montgomery County Public Libraries has had specific branches undergoing activities specialized in each community. However, on March 19th the committee that oversees these branches, decided to dissolve them.

Farewell to Friends of the Library’s individual branches

By Melissa Redlich, Features Editor May 10, 2022

On March 19, the Friends of the Library Montgomery County announced that there would no longer be individual chapters of Friends of the Library, effective immediately.  For the Montgomery County Public...

Jenis consistently comes out with new and unique flavors such as the above pictured Powdered Jelly Donut, which was released on April 14.

Jeni’s Ice Cream freezes the competition

By Ryan Weiner, Sports Editor May 10, 2022

All good things must come to an end. While this saying applies to many different facets, it now symbolizes the end of an era in Cabin John shopping center. In December of 2021, the Baskin Robbins in Cabin...

Zoe Augusts song, Our Story is the epitome of indie-pop, with her beautful harmonies adding a special touch. Check out the Our Story music video on YouTube, and the rest of Zoes discography on Spotify, iTunes, or Apple Music.

Student Art Spotlight: Zoe August

By Ananya Pandit, Staff Writer May 10, 2022

Bright lights, big crowds and blasphemous amounts of money. To many, this comes to mind after hearing the word “musician.” To others, it signifies immersion in long-lost childhood fantasy. To Zoe August,...

The exterior of the Potomac Library on Feb. 12. COVID-19 testing kits and KN95 masks are distributed from the library in the early-afternoons on weekdays and Saturdays.

Public libraries stepping up to serve Potomac

By Jeremy Fredricks, Editor-in-Chief March 17, 2022

Getting into a good book has become a hobby for many over the last two years. In the U.S., there was nearly a 10 percent increase in book sales in 2020, compared to the prior year. Whether it was hard-copy...

CHS alumna now award-winning local reporter

By Emilie Plesset, Online Opinions Editor February 22, 2012

Tisha Thompson, a 1995 CHS alumna, never planned on becoming an award-winning journalist. Coming from a line of journalists five generations long, she thought she would take a different path. “I have...

Local teenager’s designs walk the halls of CHS

By Emily Birnbaum Contest Manager October 26, 2011

Mixing girls and shoes can be a lethal combination. When the right girl sees the right display of shoes, her eyes shine and widen. Her hands reach. Her feet begin to move. She will do anything to have...

Local tutoring service expands to elementary school

By By Joel Denicoff, Staff Writer November 23, 2010

Although it started as a small Montgomery County company, Peer2Peer tutoring has expanded to Howard County, Fairfax County, Westchester, New York and, for the first time, to an elementary school. Peer2Peer...

Website offers online deals to consumers, local stores

By By Sushen Thiyagarajan Breaking Stories Online Editor October 4, 2010

Local businesses may be considered more expensive than big chains, but,, a new, fast-growing website, might change those notions. Owned by The Point Inc., a company that helps raise money...

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