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Montgomery County public school students took a record number of Advanced Placement exams in 2012, according to a MCPS report.
The state comptroller told PTA officials they had been violating tax law by not collecting sales tax.
Nationwide, more than 800 higher-learning institutions restrict tobacco use, including many nearby.
Government, Police & Fire, Schools, Holiday Guide
New campaign uses Ride On buses to promote pedestrian safety.
Police & Fire, Schools
Not guilty verdict for Neelsville Middle School teacher Cuyler Jay Cornell, accused of fondling one of his students.
Maryland will become part of the Committee on Institutional Cooperation.
Will you miss seeing the Terps in the ACC?
Government, Schools, Arts, Local Connections, Holiday Guide
"Gratitude is the sign of noble souls" - Aesop.
Recipient was John Hamman, chairman of the math department at Montgomery College’s Germantown campus
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