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Police Seek To Identify Man Who Reportedly Sexually Assaulted Teen on Ride On Bus

The 16-year-old girl told a Montgomery Blair High School resource officer about the attack
06/19/18

Clark Enterprises Looks To Sell Headquarters Building in Downtown Bethesda

Metro Center Plaza developer accuses the construction company of protecting its own interests rather than looking out for community
06/19/18
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Parents Want Samir Paul for Delegate

Maryland has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to reimagine our schools. Samir Paul is the award-winning teacher and leader we want fighting for our kids.

Voters' Guide: Candidates for Montgomery County Board of Education

Here's what you need to know before you vote
06/19/18

New Regulations for Airbnb-Style Short-Term Rentals Go Into Effect Next Month

Montgomery County property owners will have to register and license their rental homes or rooms
06/19/18
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Who Will You Vote For?

With dozens of candidates for local and state seats, it’s important be informed and vote. Montgomery Community Media will help you be in the know primary election day on June 26.

Bethesda Private Schools Decide To Drop AP Classes; Marriott To Celebrate Groundbreaking with Root Beer Giveaway

News, announcements and other helpful links for Tuesday morning
06/19/18

Blair Continues To Significantly Outspend Rivals in County Executive Race

Businessman has spent more on his campaign than the combined spending of other five Democrats
06/18/18
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Vote for Karla Silvestre on June 26

A parent, educator and experienced community leader: Karla Silvestre for Board of Education, At-Large

Opinion: MCPS Needs To Increase Student Involvement in Policymaking

Decisions by workgroups, school leadership teams lack input
06/18/18

School Notes: National Merit Scholarships Awarded to 10 MCPS Students

Plus: Quick-thinking fifth-grader pulls fellow youngster to safety; Wootton High student receives congressional honor
06/18/18
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Heritage Days Weekend

Explore local history, nature and culture at more than 40 FREE family-friendly events across Montgomery County June 23 and 24, from 12 to 4 p.m. Sponsored by Heritage Montgomery.

Sold in Bethesda, Chevy Chase and Potomac: June 11-17

Notable homes sold in the last week
06/18/18

Week Ahead: County Council To Discuss Stormwater Contracting Issue

Plus: Early voting continues, Bernie Sanders to appear with gubernatorial candidate Ben Jealous for Monday night rally in Silver Spring
06/18/18
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Mila Johns for Delegate District 18

Mila is a champion for the progressive agenda: universal healthcare, increased school funding and common sense gun control.

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Slapfish To Open in July in Rockville

California chain to offer special ‘Clobster Cake’ that’s half crab, half lobster

Thelo Greek Grill Opens Its Doors on Norfolk Avenue in Bethesda

Restaurant owner looks to deliver affordable, fresh food

Poki District To Open Saturday in Gaithersburg

New location of fast-casual chain is in RIO Washingtonian Center

Small Bites: Asian Food Hall ‘The Spot’ To Open in July in Rockville

Plus: ‘Yappy Hour’ returns to downtown Bethesda; Caddies Bar and Grill hosts World Cup watch parties
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