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Armed Bethesda Gas Station Robber Sentenced to 16 Years

Police linked man to the robbery after finding fingerprint on a cigarette pack dropped at the scene

Drunken Driver Sentenced to 10 Years for Striking and Killing Officer Noah Leotta

The officer’s family offered emotional testimony Thursday, while the driver expressed remorse

Drunken Driver Who Pleaded Guilty in Collision that Killed Officer Noah Leotta To Be Sentenced Today

Luis Gustavo Reluzco faces up to 10 years in prison under state sentencing guidelines

Hogan Appoints Two to Montgomery Circuit Court Bench

District Court Judge Cho, Assistant U.S. Attorney Dwyer to fill vacancies

Massive Changes Coming to Walter Reed; Wrongful Death Case Against Huguely To Proceed

News, announcements and other helpful links for Thursday morning

County Bill Would Allow Working Parents To Use Sick Leave for Arrival of Child

Measure extends paid-leave law that took effect Oct. 1

Frosh Seeks Changes in Bail System; Vehicle Struck by Train in North Bethesda

News, announcements and other helpful links for Tuesday morning

McCarthy Seeks To Expand Use of Ignition Interlock Devices; Arrangement for Sex Leaves 1 Shot

News, announcements and other helpful links for Monday morning

At Least 100 Expected To Testify About Bethesda Sector Plan

County Council to hold three public hearings next week

State School Board Member Criticizes Labor Day Order; Health Organization Honors County for Fighting Ageism

News, announcements and other helpful links for Friday morning

Former Dentist From Potomac Indicted on Federal Charges of Sexually Abusing Patients

Man was to be arraigned Thursday

School Board Member Contemplates Legal Action Against State Over School Calendar

Hogan makes it more difficult for school systems to get waiver for pre-Labor Day start

Montgomery County Civic Federation Endorses Term Limits

Members express anger at actions of County Council

School Board To Seek Waiver for Next Year's School Calendar

Rather than toe Hogan line, members approve schedule that would start before Labor Day

State Court of Appeals Denies Term-Limits Ballot Challenge

Ficker calls the decision an end to a ‘frivolous lawsuit’

Montgomery County Civic Federation Considers Support of Term-Limits Ballot Question ​

Opponents of measure plan weekend fundraiser in Silver Spring

White Flint, Lord & Taylor Appeals Court Date Now Scheduled for December

The owners of the now cleared mall site are appealing a jury verdict that awarded the retailer $31 million

New Distillery Law Expected To Expand Craft Spirits Market in Montgomery County

Small distillers can seek license to distribute products directly to restaurants and bars throughout Maryland

Man Charged with Stealing Coins from Silver Spring Parking Meters

Transportation department surveillance cameras help nab suspect

PETA Member Appeals Court Decision Allowing Deer Hunt

Organization argues bow hunting violates Maryland cruelty code
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