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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, 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
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Kayakers protest proposed pipeline under Potomac in Md.

A group of activists in kayaks have taken to the Potomac River to protest a proposed 3.5-mile natural gas pipeline that would cross underneath the waterway in western Maryland. Friday's demonstration near Sharpsburg was the latest in a series of actions by opponents of TransCanada's Eastern Panhandle Expansion Project.

Western Md. Residents On Potomac Pipeline Plans: 'Disaster Waiting To Happen'

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Plan for natural gas pipeline under Potomac River in Western Maryland draws scrutiny

Activists with the Potomac Riverkeeper Network set up at Paw Paw Tunnel Campground near Oldtown, Maryland, this summer in preparation for a weekend paddle and protest over TransCanada's plans to build a natural gas pipeline beneath the Potomac River in Western Maryland. Activists with the Potomac Riverkeeper Network set up at Paw Paw Tunnel Campground near Oldtown, Maryland, this summer in preparation for a weekend paddle and protest over TransCanada's plans to build a natural gas pipeline beneath the Potomac River in Western Maryland.

Possible Tornado Reported In Salisbury

Anybody see any branches/trees down in southern St. Mary's County MD, or a waterspout over the lower tidal Potomac? Let us know! Tommy McManus, a Salisbury University student. took dramatic photos from the area that showed vehicles flipped over atop other cars and a building with its roof stripped.

Kabob Chain Moby Dick Reopens in Dupont Circle

Homegrown Persian dining chain Moby Dick House of Kabob recently completed a remodel at its Dupont Circle and is back in the business of serving hungry office workers skewered meats and yogurt-sauced vegetables at lunch and dinner. The long-term renovation has produced a tech-savvy addition: a new self-service kiosk.

PHOTOS: Newfoundlands test for water rescues

Admiral, 4, performs in the Junior Division with her owner, Kaitlin Freerks, of Potomac, Md., during Colonial Newfoundland Club's 21st annual regional water rescue testing at Codorus State Park in Manheim Township, Saturday, Aug. 5, 2017. Dawn J. Sagert photo PHOTOS: Newfoundlands test for water rescues Admiral, 4, performs in the Junior Division with her owner, Kaitlin Freerks, of Potomac, Md., during Colonial Newfoundland Club's 21st annual regional water rescue testing at Codorus State Park in Manheim Township, Saturday, Aug. 5, 2017.

David Trone announces run for Congress

David Trone, the multimillionaire businessman who blasted airwaves with political advertising in his campaign for Congress last year, announced Wednesday he will seek the Democratic nomination for the House seat to be left open by Rep. John Delaney . Trone, a Potomac man who ran an unsuccessful campaign for Maryland's 8th Congressional District last year, has become a well-known figure in Maryland politics after spending millions on advertising in that race.

First Potomac cutting staff in Columbia, Bethesda ahead of acquisition

First Potomac Realty Trust plans to lay off more than half its workforce ahead of the Bethesda real estate investment trust's acquisition by Government Properties Income Trust, according to a notice it submitted to Maryland's labor department.

Former staffer with US contractor pleads guilty in Baghdad airport scam

A former employee of the major contracting firm DynCorp International admitted Monday that while working in Iraq, he helped cheat the State Department out of millions of dollars. Jose Rivera, 57, of Potomac, Md., pleaded guilty in Alexandria federal court to conspiracy to defraud the United States, acknowledging that he helped convince his bosses to rent a camp at Baghdad International Airport for a grossly inflated price.

Trump's travel ban is leaving these orphans stuck in refugee camps

Episcopal priest James Isaacs, 40, with his wife, Maggie Brewinski Isaacs, 40, and their children, Jimmy Isaacs, 4, center, and Joseph Isaacs, 2, at home in Potomac, Md. The tranquil home of James Isaacs, an Episcopal priest, and wife Maggie Brewinski Isaacs, a pediatrician, sits on a hill above a creek on 5A1 2 wooded acres in suburban Maryland.

Rep. John Delaney said to be mulling a run for president

Hagerstown, MD -- 10/11/2012 -- Democrat John Delaney responds to a question during a candidates forum between Roscoe G. Bartlett and Libertarian Nickolaus Mueller at Hagerstown Community College Thursday, Oct 11, 2012. Rep. John Delaney , the Potomac businessman who challenged his party's establishment to unexpectedly capture a seat in Congress five years ago, is considering a run for the Democratic nomination for president, according to multiple Democratic sources.

Madaleno runs as 'progressive leader' in Md. gubernatorial race

Maryland state Sen. Rich Madaleno describes himself as a "progressive leader" among the Democratic candidates who are running for governor. Madaleno pointed out to the Washington Blade during a nearly hour-long interview at his Kensington campaign office last week that he is the lead sponsor of a bill that would raise the state's minimum wage to $15 an hour.

Coast Guard: Paddlers can use Potomac near Trump golf course

Kayakers, paddleboarders and other active groups can continue to use the Potomac River near a Virginia golf course owned by President Donald Trump, the commandant of the Coast Guard said Tuesday. The Coast Guard has been closing a 2-mile section of the river when Trump is at his golf course, prompting protests from boaters ... Complete access to news articles on this website is available to Daily Record subscribers who are logged in.

Confederate statue moved from Rockville courthouse over the weekend

The Confederate statue that had stood for decades next to Rockville's Red Brick Courthouse has been relocated to its new home: near a privately run Potomac River ferry named for a Confederate general. Montgomery County officials struck a deal in February with White's Ferry, which operates a car ferry linking Dickerson, Md., and Leesburg, Va., to take the 13-ton bronze soldier.

New Potomac bridge opposed by Maryland lawmakers

Regional lawmakers on Wednesday approved looking into constructing a northern bridge across the Potomac River, despite opposition from Montgomery County and Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's administration. The National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board also approved nine other proposals to be analyzed over the next four months.

Shulman Rogers' Strickler and Platnick recognized as top divorce attorneys by Bethesda Magazine

POTOMAC, Md., July 19, 2017 : Scott Strickler and Geoffrey Platnick, both of Shulman Rogers' Family Law and Fiduciary Litigation Practice Group, were named among the area's top divorce attorneys by Bethesda Magazine in its July/August Edition. This is the third time that both attorneys have been recognized in the publication.

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