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Resident Concerns About Quince Orchard Retaining Wall I am rereading the article “Living on the Edge” in THE TOWN COURIER for the fifth time. I take “Living on the Edge” to mean both the physical danger of the wall falling…

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Pedestrian Safety and Trash Concerns Thanks for your fine publication, which I read regularly.  As a longtime renter at the Kentlands Manor senior community, I’ve always enjoyed the many amenities available throughout Kentlands. Lately, however, I have become disappointed in the…

Hannah Minkoff Is All About the Music

Photo | Mac Kennedy

Kentlands resident Hannah Minkoff made her solo debut on stage at this year’s Gaithersburg Book Festival.

By Lilly Price Hannah Minkoff, a long-term Kentlands resident and a rising senior at the University of Vermont, is also an aspiring singer and songwriter who can be seen performing at local Kentlands events. Hannah occasionally plays for the Main…

No Merger

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The Town Courier’s offer to publish two pages of Town Crier news and information at no charge in each issue was rejected unanimously last night by the Kentlands board of trustees. The offer, which would save the community $14,000 plus…

Kentlands Business Owners Give Welcome Baskets

Photo | Mac Kennedy

Business owners (left to right, front) Lewis Tipograph of Tipo’s Toy Box, Robyn Gault of Fleet Feet Sports Gaithersburg, (left to right, back) Eric Pellicci of Foundry Fitness, Chris Gault of Fleet Feet Sports Gaithersburg, Andrew Meyrowitz of The Wine Harvest, Rami Bakri of Perfectly Pressed, and Andrew Ross of Great Kids Events and Force teen job board assembled welcome baskets for new residents at The Wine Harvest on April 20.

As part of their new “Make a Difference! Shop Small & Local” campaign, Kentlands business owners came together at The Wine Harvest April 20 to create some 40 welcome baskets for new residents in the 20878 zip code. Business owners…