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Two New Bethesda Restaurants Earn Spot in Washington Post’s Fall Dining Guide

Friendship Heights sushi restaurant also recognized
10/13/17

Politics Roundup: Madaleno Reads Mean Tweets; Leggett Discusses Legacy

Plus: County executive candidate debate Monday; District 1 council candidate Friedson nets endorsements
10/13/17

Rockville Trader Joe’s Set To Open Next Spring

Grocery store will move in to Travilah Square Shopping Center
10/13/17

Town of Chevy Chase Votes Against Providing Money to Group Behind Purple Line Lawsuits

Town council opposes proposal 4-1
10/13/17

Retail Study Shows Shoppers Are Hungry for More in Bethesda, Rockville

Consultant encourages planners not to pursue too much retail growth
10/13/17

Weekend Events: Artists With Many Specialties Will Be at Bethesda Row

Bethesda Beat’s weekly roundup of local events
10/13/17

Boyfriend Indicted in Connection With Death of Pregnant Teacher

Olney woman was killed Labor Day weekend and left in a shallow grave, authorities say
10/13/17

Metro Board Seeks Additional Compensation for Land Needed for Purple Line; State Lags in Investigating Nursing Home Complaints

News, announcements and other helpful links for Friday morning
10/13/17

State Looking to Hire Outside Law Firm To Pursue Case Against FAA Over Airplane Noise

Last month, governor asked attorney general to file suit
10/12/17

Clothing Boutique Scout & Molly’s To Open in Pike & Rose

Store will open in Henri building early next year
10/12/17

8407 Kitchen Bar Closing Next Week in Silver Spring

Restaurant prides itself in charcuterie and cocktails
10/12/17

Two Silver Spring Residents Charged with Suspected MS-13 Killing Near Annapolis

Woman’s body was found in grave at a youth camp last month
10/12/17

Bethesda Metro Center Plaza Developer Says High-Rise Plans Won’t Result in Loss of Open Space

Company looks to clean up the plaza, bring more shopping and events to the site
10/12/17

Business Notes: Regional Government Group Helping with Amazon Pitches

Plus: WorkSource Montgomery to help educate local nurses; Kensington medical office moving to Chevy Chase
10/12/17

Bethesda CEO Helps Fly Needed Medical Supplies to Puerto Rico

Joins with D.C. man on two trips this month to aid remote areas
10/12/17

Heat Wave Makes for Muggy Schools After Air-Conditioning Is Switched Off

MCPS reports about 70 schools have moved from cooling to heating systems
10/12/17

Thirty-two Quince Orchard High School Students Stung

Some needed transportation to hospital, fire officials said
10/12/17

Uber Has Edge Over Metro for Some D.C. Trips, Study Finds; Mizeur Starts Nonprofit To Counter Partisanship

News, announcements and other helpful links for Thursday morning
10/12/17

Suspected MS-13 Members Charged with Violent Racketeering, Linked to Area Killings

Gang allegedly sent money from brothels and drug dealers to El Salvador
10/11/17

UPDATED: County Will Not Pay For Discredited Minimum Wage Study

Authors previously admitted that error in calculations overestimated potential job losses
10/11/17
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