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Court Orders Town of Chevy Chase To Pay Nearly 100K in Public Records Case

Town must cover attorneys’ fees for pro-Purple Line group Action Committee for Transit

Judge Delays Decision on Purple Line Tree Cutting

Opponents believe large trees are wrongfully being cut down

Federal Judge Calls Latest Arguments by Purple Line Opponents a ‘Real Stretch’

Says he’ll announce by Friday whether tree clearing can continue on Georgetown Branch Trail

Former NIH Employee Sentenced to Six Months in Federal Prison for Stealing Government Property, Selling It on eBay

Gaithersburg man also ordered to pay back the thousands of dollars he stole

Welch Set To Be Tried in Lyon Sisters Case; Thousands of Marylanders Could Be Impacted by DACA Decision

News, announcements and other helpful links for Wednesday morning

Purple Line Opponents File New Lawsuit in Controversial Judge’s Court

Hearing scheduled for Wednesday afternoon on restraining order to halt construction on light-rail project

More than 2,000 Sign Petition To Try To Prevent Tree Cutting, Purple Line Construction on Trail

Town of Chevy Chase says trail shouldn’t be closed without at least 30 days’ notice

Chevy Chase Woman Accused of Running Ponzi Scheme Through Luxury Sportswear Website

Former radio show host might have tried to cast spells on attorneys investigating her

Overdose Remembrance Ceremony Will Be Held Thursday in Rockville

International drug awareness event is held each year

Officials Break Ground on Long-Awaited Purple Line Project; Construction Immediately Starts

Governor uses excavator to knock down a building

Barwood Trying To Sell Part Of Taxi Business To Satisfy Bankruptcy Debt

Two potential buyers identified to acquire vehicle licenses

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
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