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Winter Market Saturdays, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Main Street Pavilion, 301 Main St. Enjoy winter vegetables as well as produce grown in local greenhouses. Other items may include flavored crepes, empanadas, coffees and hot chocolate. The market will not open if…

Trailblazing From Urban to Rural

Trailblazing From Urban to Rural

Former Kentlands and Lakelands resident Clark Wagner has traded his suburban roots for the 10 green acres of Quail Run Farm in Lovettsville, Virginia, just 30 miles from the heart of Kentlands. Wagner, a senior project manager for land development…

Kentlands Downtown Partnership Is in the Black

Photo | Debbie Boderman

Quince Orchard freshman Jordan Odom (1) leads Lady Cougars in scoring against Rockville last Friday, as Coach Chris Campbell (arms folded) looks on.

“Partnership and participation” was the theme of the Kentlands Downtown Partnership’s annual meeting the evening of Dec. 10 at Largent’s Restaurant Bar. The group of 40-plus business owners is committed “to working together to enhance the customer experience and bringing…

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All Are Invited to Hanukkah Block Parties Shaare Torah in Lakelands invites everyone in the community, regardless of religious affiliation, to Hanukkah block parties held in homes across the area from Dec. 16 through 23. Shaare Torah member and organizer…

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Winter Market Saturdays, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Main Street Pavilion, 301 Main St. Enjoy winter vegetables as well as produce grown in local greenhouses. Other items may include flavored crepes, empanadas, coffees and hot chocolate. The market will not open if…

Celebration Brings Chanukah Spirit to Communities

Photo | Submitted

A local Chanukah tradition organized each year since 2003 by Chabad Lubavitch of Upper Montgomery County, the Chanukah Fire Truck Parade returns this year on Thursday, Dec. 18.

Rabbi Sholom Raichik was at a conference among some 2,500 of his colleagues in late November. All were planning Chanukah events in their respective communities, said the spiritual leader of Chabad Lubavitch of Upper Montgomery County. But, he pointed out…

Kentlands Wall Work Still Ongoing

Photo | Karen O’Keefe

On Nov. 30, 14 concrete-encased steel columns support the Kentlands wall  that runs atop a high elevation next to Quince Orchard Road. The concrete will be stained to match the wall color. Concrete barrier walls remain in place on the sidewalk.

A section of a retaining wall owned by the Kentlands Citizens Assembly (KCA), located on Quince Orchard Road, collapsed on March 30, 2014, causing evacuation and temporary condemnation of two townhomes. The order of condemnation on the homes was lifted…