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Fortune 500 Hotel Company To Relocate Headquarters to Office Tower in Bethesda

Decision by Host Hotels & Resorts will keep 187 full-time jobs in Montgomery County

Updated: TapaBar To Close

After Jan. 1, a “pop-up lab” will serve lunch and dinner until owners open new eatery

Participating Restaurants Announced for Bethesda Magazine Restaurant Week

31 eateries will offer discounted, prix fixe menus Jan. 12 to 21

With an Eye on Federal Tax-Cut Bill, Montgomery County Examining Prepayment for Property Taxes

Policy might result in lower payments for certain taxpayers before federal legislation takes effect

Business Notes: Kentland Market Square Redevelopment Project Approved

Plus: Chevy Chase Pavilion owner selling hotel; Lockheed Martin partners with company to develop supersonic business jet

Ourisman Honda Garage Deal Heading to County Council

Detailed images show car dealer’s proposed improvements for structure next to Capital Crescent Trail

Westbard Cemetery Advocates Take Issue with Self-Storage Plan

Environmental group supports plan for greenway, offers some suggestions

Tammy Darvish Considering Run for Montgomery County Executive

Potomac resident would be second woman in the race

Medical Marijuana Dispensary To Open in Downtown Bethesda

Property representative says space is being outfitted for the shop

Planning Board Signs Off on Project for Marriott Headquarters in Downtown Bethesda

Groundbreaking scheduled for next year

Business Notes: Westfield Acquired by French Shopping Center Company

Plus: Marriott plans to open 40 luxury hotels next year; United Therapeutics testing genetically targeted drugs

County Planning Board Will Decide Soon on Marriott Headquarters Project

Officials are scheduled to review proposal Thursday

Montgomery County Plans Lawsuit Against Opioid Manufacturers and Distributors

Case will focus on deceptive sales, marketing practices exacerbating addiction to painkillers

Just Meditate To Close in Bethesda

Meditation studio opened last year on St. Elmo Avenue

Grand Prize in Science Competition Goes to Bethesda Teen for Work on Auction Security

Andrew Komo, a Montgomery Blair High senior, wins more than $ 100,000 in scholarships

School Notes: Board of Ed Again Asks Hogan To Reconsider Mandated End to School Year

Plus: Former Montgomery County Public Schools student takes home a Nobel Prize

Country Clubs Come Out Against State Bill That Would Raise Their Property Taxes

Lobbyist for golf courses is former state senator who helped pass law that expanded tax exemption

Westbard Self-Storage Plans Rile Some in Bethesda

Environmental group says proposal doesn’t do enough to improve health of Willett Branch

Barwood Finds Tentative Buyer for Taxi Assets in Bankruptcy Case

Regency has agreed to acquire much of Barwood’s operations; proposal to go before judge for approval

Medical Cannabis Flies off the Shelves as Dispensaries Open in Montgomery County

Potomac Holistics sells out of some products, RISE Bethesda reports a couple hundred customers
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