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Developers Bringing Grocers to Downtown Silver Spring Could Get 70-Foot Height Bonuses

Council approves legislation increasing height cap for certain projects
10/11/17

County Council Considering Resolution Urging State To Reject Acquisition of Washington Gas

Maryland Public Service Commission reviewing request for multi-billion-dollar purchase by AltaGas
10/11/17

Newport Mill Middle School Unveils New Fitness Center

At ribbon-cutting rally, Hogan called it “shining example of public-private partnerships”
10/11/17

Prosecutors Say Substitute Teacher Was ‘Mentor’ to Student He Allegedly Abused

Defense attorney argues sexual contact appears consensual
10/11/17

Police: Former MCPS Employee Apologized for Touching 10-Year-Old, Said She Was ‘Flirting’ With Him

Roy “Andy” Simmons was released on bail Friday
10/11/17

Radiation Concerns Prompt Local School To Return to Wired Internet; Ranking Shows Bethesda Leading D.C. Area in Rental Costs

News, announcements and other helpful links for Wednesday morning
10/11/17

Karate Instructor Accused of Sexually Abusing Girl at His Martial Arts Studio

He allegedly touched female karate student during classes, police said
10/10/17

School Board Again Seeking Leniency From Governor on Academic Calendar Mandate

Montgomery students could lose spring break days, Jewish holidays to scheduling crunch
10/10/17

8 Things to Know About Montgomery County’s New Airbnb and Short-Term Rental Policy

Council approved two measures Tuesday to regulate and legalize emerging home-rental industry
10/10/17

Report: Bethesda Could Face Parking Deficits if Downtown Area Were Built to Legal Limit

Projected shortages could complicate parking lot-to-parks plan
10/10/17

Small Bites: Chef Jose Andres Helps Feed Thousands in Puerto Rico Relief Efforts

Plus: Oktoberfest this weekend at Owen’s Ordinary; Ruth’s Chris Steak House pivots to Italian
10/10/17

Democratic Gubernatorial Candidates Stake Progressive Positions in Silver Spring Forum

Five candidates laid out parts of their platform while introducing themselves to voters
10/10/17

Jean Roesser, Last Republican To Represent Montgomery County in State Senate, Dies at 87

Funeral services to be held Saturday in Potomac for former legislator and state official
10/10/17

Son of Gifford's Ice Cream Owners Writes Searing Tell-All; Police Seek Identity of Wheaton Bank Robber

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

Police Blotter: Armed Robbery at Westfield Montgomery’s Forever 21; Four Cars Stolen; Ohio Residents Charged with Theft from Bethesda Cars

Crimes reported to Montgomery County and Rockville police from Sept. 20-26
10/09/17

Pop-Up Shops Make a Comeback at Grosvenor-Strathmore Metro Station

Metro, developer schedule special events, musical performances in October
10/09/17

Purple Line Opponents Requesting Money from Town of Chevy Chase To Cover Lawsuit Costs

Public hearing on request scheduled for Thursday
10/09/17

County Council Committee Votes to Extend Timeline for $15 Minimum Wage Implementation

Bill’s sponsor said it could be switched back to faster timeline when it comes before full council
10/09/17

Sold in Bethesda, Chevy Chase and Potomac: Oct. 2-8

Notable homes sold in the last week
10/09/17

Sun Shines for Taste of Bethesda

Thousands packed Woodmont Triangle for annual festival
10/09/17
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