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GPD K-9 Max to Retire

No matter if it is drugs stashed away in a car’s glove compartment or tracking a suspect hiding in an overgrown wooded area, Max, a Belgian Malinois, will sniff out secret locations. For the past eight-and-a-half years (50-plus in dog…

Northwest Students’ Artwork Displayed at Strathmore

Northwest Students’ Artwork Displayed at Strathmore On Thursday, June 16, eight Northwest High School students’ artwork was among 39 juried art installations unveiled along the new Grosvenor-Strathmore Arts Walk and on Strathmore’s campus. The 5-feet by 6-inch totems were created…

The Park Pages

Don’t Miss the QOP Independence Day Parade and Festival Decorate your wagons, strollers and bicycles for the QOP Independence Day Parade with city councilmembers and the mayor on Saturday, July 2, 10 a.m. Parade participants will gather at 9:45 a.m.…

Tails Wag for Fit Dog Adventures

There well may be sadder experiences than the beloved dog sent to a kennel while its family travels—but not many. Movement restricted, the dog is confined to a crate and surrounded by unfamiliar humans and dogs and unusual smells and…

Keeping It Fresh at the Main Street Market

Photo | Mac Kennedy

Aluminaries by Rona offers handmade, one-of-a kind aluminum jewelry. When the City of Gaithersburg opened the year-round Main Street Farmers Market to artists this March, Aluminaries was the first vendor to sign up.

Every Saturday, rain or shine, the Main Street Farmers and Artists Market has been a gathering place for the community, offering fresh and prepared foods, artists’ creations and opportunities to connect with community organizations. The market has become such a…