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Opponents Not Giving Up, Say Purple Line Not a Done Deal

Group asks that no irreversible actions be taken until court case settled

First Amicus Brief Filed in Purple Line Appeal Amid Signs Project is Moving Forward to Construction

Opponents of light-rail line try to rally supporters

Purple Line Federal Funding Grant Agreement Close to Being Signed

Governor’s office says $900 million agreement could be ready ‘in the very near future’

Federal Attorneys Urge Court of Appeals To Overturn Purple Line Ruling

Claim lower court erred in calling for new environmental study, revoking federal approval for light-rail project

Lawsuit Claims Teen Died After Gaithersburg High Gym Teacher Denied Request for Inhaler

Mother of student accuses Montgomery County school officials of negligence

Former Marine Charged With Raping Woman, Killing Puppy in Kensington

Man strangled, stabbed dog after it showed fear of him, court papers allege

Montgomery Judge Denies New Hearing for Beltway Sniper; Salacious Bethesda Home for Sale

News, announcements and other helpful links for Thursday morning

Family Sues MCPS After Silver Spring Teacher’s Conviction in Sexual Abuse Case

School officials should have done more to protect children, complaint alleges

Community Hardware Store Cut in Half as Move Date Approaches

A lawsuit involving the historic downtown Bethesda structure has been resolved

Appellate Court Finds State Whistleblower Laws Do Not Cover Rockville Teacher

Richard Montgomery teacher alleged MCPS penalized him for speaking to press

Federal Appeals Court Sets Expedited Schedule for Purple Line Lawsuit

Oral arguments in the case could take place this fall

Two People Injured in Crash at Bethesda Church; Former Silver Spring Teacher Sentenced in Sex Abuse Case

News, announcements and other helpful links for Monday morning

Judge Strikes Down Montgomery County’s Pesticide Ban

Rules that state laws and regulations preempt county’s measure

Three Firefighters Denied Peace Order Against Coworker After Confrontation Over Confederate Flag at Station

Judge: ‘I’m not happy with anyone’s behavior here’

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
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