The move comes as Gov. O’Malley meets with faith leaders for the second time in as many weeks.
Josh Kurtz places blame for low turnout on area politicians, calling them “minor league.” Some hit back.
The plan would eventually create a 300-acre town center and hub for medical and life-sciences firms.
A school board panel makes the recommendation after disclosure of inappropriate charges by members.
Montgomery county executive asks council to set aside transportation rules for life-sciences center.
School officials quickly pledge ‘no immediate’ changes a day after council members raise issue.
He’ll lead an influential panel that makes recommendations to the council on land use and zoning.
County and education officials note changing demographics and the need to address an achievement gap.
Hopefuls are Casey Anderson, Rose Krasnow, Norman Dreyfuss, Meredith Wellington and Mike Knapp.
Montgomery County, developer reach deal to complete sidewalks, landscaping and other infrastructure.
Glass trailed Hucker by 217 votes on primary night, and the lead grew as absentee votes were tallied.
Council members voice concerns about potential cost and effectiveness of public financing for elections.
The White Oak Science Gateway joint venture would create jobs but add to traffic congestion.
Election officials say there are two more sets of primary ballots remaining to be counted in Council District 5.
Leggett wins Democratic nod for Montgomery executive, but foes held him to 45.6 percent of the vote.
Police and firefighters both endorsed Doug Duncan for county executive.
Extremely low voter turnout has winners sounding less than triumphant.
Glass, trailing by 217 votes in District 5, is waiting for provisional and absentee votes to be counted.
County executive easily beats two Democratic challengers. Council incumbents all appear to have won.
He generally doesn’t accept funds from developers, but he says Realtors aren’t developers
Bill Turque, who covers Montgomery County government and politics, has spent more than thirty years as a reporter and editor for The Washington Post, Newsweek, the Dallas Times Herald and The Kansas City Star. He is the author of "Inventing Al Gore" (2000).