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Montgomery County Eases Craft Distillery Regulations

Zoning change will allow small-scale spirit producers to set up shop in commercial districts, officials say

Asian Grocery Store Lotte Plaza Market To Fill Former Safeway Space in Twinbrook

The company that got its start in Rockville nearly 30 years ago operates 10 stores in Maryland and Virginia

Business Notes: F21 Red Opens in Silver Spring

Plus: Washington Property Company completes work on Rockville self-storage facility; WorkSource Montgomery Inc. releases local workforce plan

Sold in Bethesda, Chevy Chase and Potomac: Aug. 29-Sept. 5

Notable homes sold last week

Concerns Over Cell Towers; Walter Johnson Artificial Turf Questioned

News, announcements and other helpful links for Friday morning

Donohoe Secures Financing, Plans to Start Construction Soon on Second Gallery Bethesda Building

Building will be constructed next to the original Gallery Bethesda in Woodmont Triangle

Local Business Groups Ask That DLC Working Group Consider Privatizing Alcohol Distribution

Proposal requests private businesses handle wholesaling and distribution of alcohol in Montgomery County

Pescadeli Team To Open New Cheese and Charcuterie Shop at Bethesda Water Store Location

The business will soon have a seafood market, butcher shop and fromagerie on the same block

Silver Spring Restaurant Week Returns for Second Year

About 30 Silver Spring and Takoma Park restaurants will participate in the event that starts Sept. 6

Business Notes: Boot Camp-Style Gym in North Bethesda Sets Opening Date

Plus: Dawn Crafton Dance to hold Rockville grand opening celebration; Payless Shoes opens on Rockville Pike

Bethesda Water Store Closes Abruptly

The store reportedly did not notify longtime customers

State Delegate Who Has Defended Montgomery County’s Liquor Monopoly Owns Business that Collects Millions in Lease Payments from Department of Liquor Control

Ben Kramer co-owns a commercial property that has leased space to a county liquor store since 2003

Business Notes: Two Bethesda Businesses Ranked Among Fastest-Growing Private Companies in U.S.

Plus: Montgomery College to consolidate staff at new Rockville building

Olazzo Owners Taking Over Mia’s Pizzas in Bethesda

No immediate changes planned

Ministry of Supply Coming to Bethesda Row

The men’s clothing company started online before opening stores in San Francisco, Boston and D.C.

Business Notes: Construction Permit Sought for Target in Bethesda

Plus: Bethesda swim club set to begin major renovations; Radio One looking for new headquarters

Downtown Bethesda Harris Teeter To Open in 2 Weeks

The 50,000-square-foot grocery store is at corner of Battery Lane and Woodmont Avenue

Business Notes: China Asks for More Time to Review Marriott and Starwood Merger

Plus: Ellsworth Place owner commissions study to examine why people shop at retail stores over online; HMSHost re-enters airport retail business

Suspended Brewing Company Exits Rockville After Encountering Permitting and Zoning Issues

Co-owner says city put up roadblocks; city official says business didn’t meet code requirements

One of Bethesda’s Oldest Small Businesses Finds New Home

Maryland Stamps & Coins is known nationwide for its philatelic collection
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