In their ongoing fight to bring awareness to the national impact of opioid addiction and signal hope for recovery, Rockville’s Mayor and Council proclaimed September as National Recovery Month at their Monday, Aug. 7 meeting. The theme for National Recovery Month is “Recovery is for Everyone: Every Person, Every Family,
Learn how the railroad changed Montgomery County and explore public art with Peerless Rockville in July and August. Historian Susan C. Soderberg’s illustrated presentation, “From Corn to Commuters: How the Coming of the Railroad Changed the Way of Life and the Future of Montgomery County,” explores how a branch line became
The Mayor and Council on June 12 honored former Del. Kumar P. Barve and Kenneth Reichard, former assistant to Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin, and presented both with keys to the city and proclamations recognizing their service to Rockville. Barve, who Gov. Wes Moore appointed in April to the state’s Public
The 34th Annual Rockville Public Safety Awards, held June 14 at Lakewood Country Club, honored Rockville City Police Department officers with the following awards: Citation for Bravery: Cpl. Kyron Jenkins and Cpl. Karl Plitt. Distinguished Service Citation: Sgt. Jon Berry, Officer Yosselin Bonilla, Cpl. Kyron Jenkins, Cpl. Phil Lew, Cpl.
The Rockville City Police Department is offering free Fair and Impartial Policing training for community members in September. Community members are encouraged to participate in this important training, which promotes bias-free behavior in community policing. The training gives officers and community members tools to better communicate and work together to
Rockville’s Mayor and Council will once again proclaim September as National Recovery Month, part of their continuing campaign to shine a spotlight on the nationwide impact of opioid addiction.
Rockville Musical Theatre presents “Into the Woods”8 p.m. June 30, July 1, 7, 8, 14 and 15. 2 p.m. July 9 and 16. A baker and his wife’s wish for a child lead them into the woods on a magical journey to reverse a curse. Along the way they meet
Stay healthy and informed with free seminars from the Rockville Senior Center in July and August. Register with the course number at www.rockvillemd.gov/registration. Learn about 60-plus programs, courses, activities and services at www.rockvillemd.gov/seniorcenter or by calling 240-314-8800. See the “Adults 60+” recreation guide at www.rockvillemd.gov/life for more information. Activities are
Four Movies. Four Weeks. Four Neighborhood Parks. Mark your summer entertainment calendar for Rockville’s free outdoor Movies in the Parks, on the big screen at neighborhood parks throughout the city on Wednesdays in August.
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Join the City of Rockville for the city’s Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration. The celebration will be held from 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 13 at Rockville High School, 2100 Baltimore Road.
Rockville will honor Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and legacy as the city holds its 52nd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration with a ceremony on Saturday, Jan. 13, and a week of service activities.
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