The three candidates for Montgomery County executive faced off at two very different debates this week.
County might have spent up to $9.6 million in 2010 Democratic primary if public campaign financing passed.
The county exec candidate points to the center project as he campaigns against incumbent Leggett.
Did Doug Duncan spend Moco to the brink, as Ike Leggett charges? The numbers say otherwise.
Montgomery officials’ tentative vote follows months of lobbying on effects on the Ten Mile Creek watershed.
Revision is meant to slim down and modernize a document that had grown swollen and outdated.
Traffic concerns send the White Oak Science Gateway plan back to the drawing board in Montgomery.
“You can’t wait until an election year to finally make a concerted push for more school construction dollars,” Duncan said.
Former Montgomery at-large council member Trachtenberg trying for a comeback in District 1.
No surprises in the governor’s race, but a Montgomery County Council seat draws an unexpected contender.
County lawmakers say a bill for matching state funds isn’t likely to pass in the General Assembly
Montgomery school board member joins crowded field to fill seat vacated by Valerie Ervin.
136 county workers, mostly firefighters and corrections officers, made at least $40,000 each in OT.
More than 130 workers, mostly Fire and Rescue, made over $40,000 a year in overtime, new data show.
State House delegate to make announcement Monday, entering what could be a crowded field.
The county executive candidate has received $1,250 from a lawyer who fights environmental regulation.
The Montgomery Council president, at urging of business groups and staff, delays development vote.
The county collaborates with state and federal authorites on a new center to foster technology and jobs.
Supporters hope a green space will be created adjacent to the troubled transit center under construction.
Leggett: Challenger in executive’s race is living in “parallel universe” with school funding criticism.
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).