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Many students have adjusted to the new breakfast and lunch standards and have started to enjoy eating healthy, but some students still remain skeptical about cafeteria food.
At its first meeting, the new Wheaton Public Safety Work Group discussed how to counteract damaging perceptions about crime in Wheaton.
People gathered at the Church of Atonement Sunday afternoon and walked north on Georgia Avenue to raise awareness of hunger in Wheaton.
Local Connections, Holiday Guide
Larry White, director of Mid-County United Ministries in Wheaton, shares what he is thankful for this year.
Final evaluations for developer proposals for the Wheaton apartments are set for Nov. 27.
More than 1,000 free trees are available to Pepco customers in an effort
to help residents conserve energy and reduce their electricity bills.
Montgomery County planners will present their vision for development in Glenmont.
See colorful photos of dancers, musicians and the winner of the pupusa cook-off at the festival.
Arts, Love It
The festival showcased four Montgomery County immigrant populations and held a Salvadoran-style cook-off for the best pupusa.
Jerry Ricciardi of Patriot Realty says construction is “moving along.”
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