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City Rooting for Tyrell Williams in His Inspiring Journey

Photo | Mac Kennedy

QO alumnus and current Georgetown University student Tyrell Williams accepts a certificate of recognition from Gaithersburg Mayor Jud Ashman at the March 7 Mayor and City Council meeting.

Tyrell Williams is used to hearing cheers from large crowds. As a three-year Quince Orchard football standout, his dynamic running and pass-catching often brought roars of appreciation from Cougar faithful, including in back-to-back state championship games at M&T Bank Stadium.…

Around Town

Register for the Spring Adult Pickleball League Registration for the City of Gaithersburg’s Spring Adult Pickleball League is now open. Games take place on Thursdays, March 24 through May 12 from 5:45 to 7:45 p.m. at the Activity Center at Bohrer Park,…

Erin Willett Inspires Others at Fleet Feet

Photo | Mac Kennedy

Erin Willett, contestant on season 17 of the “The Biggest Loser,” did a Meet and Greet at Fleet Feet Sports Gaithersburg on March 3. The event featured a Q&A session, performance of Willett’s new single, “Out of the Darkness,” and a fun run and walk. Willett is pictured here with Emily Kramer.

Gaithersburg’s own Erin Willett entered NBC’s “The Biggest Loser” seeking not only to lose excess weight, but also to rediscover her inner strength. On March 3 at Fleet Feet Sports Gaithersburg, she shared that inner strength to inspire others on…

Shop Talk

Free Spring Break Movies Paragon Kentlands 10, 629 Center Point Way, offers free movies over Spring Break. Families can enjoy movies at 11 a.m. March 28 through April 1. Films screened are “The Croods” on March 28, “Epic” on March…

City Scene

Potomac Valley Shopping Center Annexation Petition Reopened At the March 7 Mayor and City Council meeting, the developer’s request to reopen the record for Annexation Petition X-7089-2015, Potomac Valley Shopping Center, was approved. The 8.28-acre property is located at the…