Author: Krista Brick

Pools Open to Record Crowds and Heat

The unofficial start of summer, Memorial Day weekend made for the unofficial testing of the pool waters and checking out some of the improvements at Quince Orchard Park, Lakelands and Kentlands community pools. With so many bodies enjoying the refreshing…

Kentlands Resident Sues MSNBC Host

Kentlands resident Michael Queen is suing MSNBC talk show host Ed Schultz, claiming he helped the former radio host move to television but was never paid for his efforts. Queen, a broadcast engineer working for NBC for 32 years, claims…

Pools Open on Memorial Day Weekend

The unofficial start of summer, Memorial Day weekend made for the unofficial testing of the pool waters and checking out some of the improvements made to Quince Orchard Park, Lakelands and Kentlands community pools. With so many bodies enjoying the…

Security System Coming to RCES

Visitors to Rachel Carson Elementary School (RCES) will soon need to be buzzed in through a new security system to be in place there this month. The project is part of the Montgomery County Public School (MCPS) capital projects plan…

Randolph Joins Kentlands Board

Robert Randolph may be the newest member of the Kentlands board of trustees, but he’s not in unfamiliar territory. He’s been there before. Randolph, 63, of Chevy Chase Street served on the board from 2005 to 2007 and was recently…

Tree Down in Lakelands

This large tree fell at 5 a.m. on May 15 less than ten feet behind Terre and Fred Gordon’s home on Still Creek Lane. The tree took out a number of smaller trees on its way down.

Germantown Man Arrested on Sex Charges

Suspect Once Worked at LPMS Just a week after Montgomery County Police announced the arrest of a school bus driver on child pornography charges, another former school employee was arrested on charges he sexually assaulted a minor. Michael Rosenzweig, 52,…