A Gaithersburg woman opens her home—and her heart—to those with tails of woe
Every day, thousands of Montgomery County residents struggle with hunger, homelessness, inadequate health insurance and lack of employment, according to The Community Foundation for Montgomery County (CFMC).
Montgomery County is famously a place for the well-heeled, and for the wealthy. But it’s also a place now where some line up for free food and sleep four to a room.
The Magic 8 Ball says, “Definitely maybe”
2011 Bethesda Magazine Green Awards in partnership with Bethesda Green
Meet the 2011 Philanthropist of the Year: a man who works to meet the county’s needs, and never takes no for an answer
To his Chevy Chase neighbors, Stewart Nozette was an enigma. To his colleagues, he was a well-respected scientist. To the federal government--he was a disaster waiting to happen.
After a sometimes rocky ride at his previous post, the county’s new superintendent of schools hopes to continue Jerry Weast’s legacy—and, oh, yeah, have a life.
Following are five area educators who’ve earned the adjective of “great,” according to many of those who’ve passed through their doors.
What's a parent to do when a child is capable of doing good work—but can't be bothered to try?