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Bethesda Resident, ACLU Suing Gov. Hogan Over Blocked Facebook Access

Lawsuit alleges that deleting social media comments and banning users violates First Amendment

Week Ahead: School Board to Review Student Learning Data; Police to Attend Local National Night Out Events

Plus: Hearing in lawsuit over county’s general pesticide ban Thursday

Maryland Court of Appeals Upholds $3.9 Million Legal Fee Payout in Bainbridge Bethesda Construction Dispute

The building’s developer was contesting whether adjacent property owner Lenny Greenberg was entitled to legal fees after his building was damaged during construction

Eulalio Tordil Sentenced to Life Without Parole for Montgomery County Parking Lot Shootings

He receives four consecutive sentences for May 2016 attacks

Two Men Charged with Stealing Nearly $22,000 Worth of Alcohol from DLC Trucks

One was an employee of the county department

Tooth Goes Missing in Lyon Sisters Investigation; Rosenstein's Maryland Colleagues Join Him at Justice Department

News, announcements and other helpful links for Wednesday morning

NIH Contractor Charged With Sharing Child Pornography; County Offers Security Grants to At-Risk Faith Groups

News, announcements and other helpful links for Tuesday morning

Maryland Asks Court of Appeals to Reinstate Federal Approval for Purple Line

The state is asking the court to reverse a previous ruling that blocked federal funds for the light-rail project

Man Sentenced to 25 Years for Coercing Pornographic Images from Minor

28-year-old from Silver Spring was already registered as a sex offender

Beltway Sniper Malvo Seeks Resentencing; Noose Found in Montgomery Village Tree

News, announcements and other helpful links for Friday morning

Judges Named To Fill Vacancies on Montgomery County Circuit Court

Governor appoints family division magistrate, private attorney to bench

Potomac Man Charged in Scheme That Bilked Millions From State Department

Federal investigators believe man helped orchestrate a contract that overcharged the agency

North Bethesda Hotel Plays Role in New Trump Lawsuit

Conference center may lose business to president’s D.C. hotel, attorneys general claim in emoluments lawsuit

Maryland Attorney General Joins D.C. To Sue Trump; Change in State Law Designed to Protect Cyclists in Crosswalks

News, announcements and other helpful links for Monday morning

Purple Line Plaintiffs Ask Judge Not To Allow Project To Proceed

Filing claims project’s advancement would cause environmental harm; meanwhile judge releases memo explaining May ruling

State Asks Judge To Stay Order in Purple Line Case To Allow Project To Progress

Motion asks for court ruling by Friday

State Transportation Secretary Orders Suspension of ‘Key’ Purple Line Work

Pete Rahn says move is necessary as it appeals judge’s ruling to study light-rail line’s ridership

Federal Judge Dismisses Additional Issues in Purple Line Case

Ruling sets stage for appeal of judge's ruling based on Metro's issues

State Warns of Dire Consequences if Pending Issues in Purple Line Case Are Not Resolved Quickly

Maryland Attorney General says judge needs to rule on the outstanding issues

Maryland Doesn’t Have Clear Plan To Wind Down Purple Line Operations If Legal Case Drags On, Official Says

Project’s deputy director said state’s legal team is looking for a way to allow construction to begin
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