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Potomac is located in southwestern Maryland. It is a commuter city of Washington DC, where several residents work. The city, along with several others in the area, is known for having a large population of very affluent and highly educated residents. In fact, CNNMoney.com listed Potomac as the fourth most affluent town in the US in 2009. Forbes has ranked Potomac as the seventh most top-educated American small town in the US. Notable residents have included actress Taylor Momsen (Gossip Girl), actor Sylvester Stallone (Rocky), actor and CA governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and actress Lynda Carter (Wonder Woman).

Population: 44822
Local Newspapers: Rock Creek Free Press
Local Sports Teams: Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Ravens
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Zip Codes associated with potomac, maryland: 20854
Towns/Cities near potomac, maryland : Gle Echo Cabin John Travilah Shady Oak VA

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Yarden Frankl is the Executive Director of the Center for Analyzing Media Coverage of Israel . He was senior editor for HonestReporting for 11 years and has written hundreds of articles on how Israel is depicted in the media.

How to help your child choose the right career

Alisa Weinstein didn't expect to start talking to her daughter about potential careers when Mia was only 4 years old. But when the opening presented itself, Weinstein took it.

Petting zoos at the office are the latest perk for stressed-out employees

Chris Delaney typically unwinds from his job at Discovery Communications by taking leisurely weekend drives or flipping through stacks of vinyl at used record stores. But on a recent midweek afternoon, the broadcast ingest operator was releasing his stress - right there at work - by stroking a bearded dragon, a household lizard with thankfully inert spikes.

This sick woman's friends have kept their promise to visit her...

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Let's really open the roads in Montgomery County

They say there are two constants in life: death and taxes. However, if you live in Montgomery County, there's a third: traffic congestion .

A Maryland paper mill burns a polluting sludge called black liquor. The state calls it clean energy.

Black liquor is a mix of chemicals and wood waste left over from the paper making process and Maryland legislators have declared burning black liquor a "renewable" energy source. But, according to some environmental advocates, burning black liquor isn't clean.

Maryland Medical Pot Shops Restock Shelves After Busy Start

The celebration at most of Maryland's medical marijuana dispensaries didn't last long. After a four-year-plus wait, medical cannabis sales at a handful of the state's 10 fully licensed dispensaries began Friday to patients who waited in line for hours.

Orthodoxism Is Declining in the Overall Christian Population

A season of religious holidays around the world moves into higher gear on Wednesday with the observance of one of the most important saints in the Orthodox Church, a person whose gift-giving legacy is partially tied to the birth of the Santa Claus legend in the U.S. and Father Christmas in the U.K. But with the arrival of St. Nicholas Day - observed on Dec. 6 in Western Christian nations but on different December days elsewhere - also come questions about the future place Orthodoxy will occupy in the larger Christian world, say analysts. Orthodox Christians exist in greater numbers today than in the past, yet represent a diminished share of Christians worldwide.

Does Potomac Village Uphold Master Plan?

Ehsan Motazedi, division chief of the Department of Permitting Services for Montgomery County government, will be the guest speaker at the next West Montgomery County Citizens Association's meeting, Wednesday, Dec. 13, 7:15 p.m. at the Potomac Community Center. WMCCA often fields concerns about what constitutes the commercial core of Potomac Village.

Santa Claus Is Coming to Town in Potomac

Again this year, Cabin John Park Volunteer Fire Department will host Santa Claus for a tour of the Potomac community. Santa has quite a busy schedule this time of year but will be waving to all from atop a shiny fire engine decorated for the holidays and accompanied by firefighter "elves."

Late-Night Mexican Food Arrives in Potomac, Plus More Intel

Budding local chain Gringos & Mariachis is opening its second location Tuesday, December 5, beside newly resurrected Addie's in the Park Potomac complex. Bethesda Magazine reports that the taco- and tequila-centric spot created by restaurateur Roberto Pietrobono plans to stay open until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays to provide late-night dining options in the evolving area.

Petting zoos at the office are the latest perk for stressed-out employees

Rhianna Campbell, left, chief operating officer of property management company Nest DC, and company owner Lisa Wise hold Thumbelina, the teacup pig, and Bobby, the American shorthair guinea pig. Rhianna Campbell, left, chief operating officer of property management company Nest DC, and company owner Lisa Wise hold Thumbelina, the teacup pig, and Bobby, the American shorthair guinea pig.

Maryland doctor charged with distributing amphetamine

Federal prosecutors say a Maryland physician has been indicted on charges of prescribing more than 3,000 amphetamine pills to four people. The U.S. Attorney's Office in Greenbelt said in a news release that 62-year-old William Samuel Vaughn III of Largo, Maryland, was indicted on Wednesday and arrested Thursday.

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Barron Trump, the 12-year-old first son and one of the few people in Donald Trump's orbit not accused of colluding with Russia, made a rare appearance Monday outside the White House. Barron and his mom, first lady Melania Trump, stepped out on the North Portico to receive the official Christmas tree.

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