FeBREWary 2021! Brews and Bulbs

Guess what’s brewing? For the entire month of FeBREWary, we will be visiting local OUTDOOR breweries to bring you socially distant ways to swap out old, inefficient bulbs. Why? Because we want you to be able to spend more money at local breweries this month and all year round and one way to do that … Read More

FeBREWary 2021! Brews and Bulbs

Guess what’s brewing? For the entire month of FeBREWary, we will be visiting local OUTDOOR breweries to bring you socially distant ways to swap out old, inefficient bulbs. Why? Because we want you to be able to spend more money at local breweries this month and all year round and one way to do that … Read More

FeBREWary 2021!

Guess what’s brewing? For the entire month of FeBREWary, we will be visiting local OUTDOOR breweries to bring you socially distant ways to swap out old, inefficient bulbs. Why? Because we want you to be able to spend more money at local breweries this month and all year round and one way to do that … Read More

Food Council Launches Survey to Help Guide 2021 Decisions

The Montgomery County Food Council has launched a survey to gather input from residents regarding 2021 food security initiatives. The survey, which is eight questions long, is intended to help guide the county in how to best serve target communities during and after the pandemic in its programs, policy development and funding priorities.

County Libraries to Reduce Hours

Montgomery County Public Libraries will temporarily reduce their contactless pickup hours of service to 48 hours weekly beginning Sunday, Jan. 24, according to a press release.

Elrich: “Please stay away, and please stay safe.”

County Executive Marc Elrich issued a statement today asking residents to avoid the protestors set to descend on Washington D.C. on Wednesday in support of President Trump’s “erroneous claims that the election was fraudulent.”

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