County Considers Lawyers For Those Facing DeportationMontgomery County is considering joining Baltimore and Prince George's County to fund lawyers for immigrants facing deportation.
Valerie Ervin Says She's Running For CongressFormer Montgomery County Council president Valerie Ervin says she's running for Congress.
Montgomery County Officials Approve Paid Sick LeaveA panel of Montgomery County Council members has approved a measure to require paid sick leave in the county.
Montgomery Council Head Says He's Paid D.C. TicketsMontgomery County Council President Craig Rice says he has paid more than $1,000 in delinquent tickets in Washington after a television station pointed out he had not paid them.
Montgomery Officials To Meet On Revenue SharingThe Montgomery County Council's Government Operations and Fiscal Policy Committee is holding a work session on municipal tax duplication and revenue sharing.
Montgomery To Hold Hearing On Bag Tax ChangesThe Montgomery County Council is scheduled to hold a hearing on proposed changes to the county's 5-cent tax on carryout bags.
Montgomery Co. Researches Food Recovery InitiativeThe Montgomery County Council plans to appoint a work group to research a program aimed at redistributing unused food to the hungry.
Montgomery Officials To Vote On Gas Station ZoningThe Montgomery County Council is scheduled to vote on a zoning amendment that would limit where large gas stations can be located.
Montgomery County Council President To Outline Key IssuesMontgomery County Council President Roger Berliner will be talking about key issues facing the county council.
Montgomery County Council Passes Final Budget CutsThe Montgomery County Council has passed a $4.4 billion budget that will shrink the current year's budget for the first time in more than 40 years.
County To Interview Applicants For Planning BoardThe Montgomery County Council will interview four applicants for two future vacancies on the county's planning board.
Plan Would Cut $25M From Montgomery County SchoolsThe president of the Montgomery County Council says all nine members have signed off on cuts to employee benefits and to public schools.