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Gaithersburg and Takoma Park Election Results; D.C. Proposes Dedicated Funding for Metro

News, announcements and other helpful links for Wednesday morning

Week Ahead: Elections in Gaithersburg, Takoma Park; Minimum Wage Vote

Plus: Purple Line meeting in Silver Spring; Planning Board to review Bethesda park proposal

Man Struck and Killed By Police Vehicle on Beltway after Fleeing Getaway Van During Chase

Police arrested five other men after alleged robbery at Wheaton check-cashing business

Metro Project Will Affect Red Line Service in Silver Spring Area

No trains between Silver Spring and Fort Totten Nov. 25 to Dec. 10; Takoma station will be closed

County Leaders Set Sights on Eliminating Traffic Deaths, Serious Crashes By 2030

Two-year action plan includes 41-item checklist aimed at improving road safety

Federal Appellate Court Hears Arguments on Purple Line Lawsuit, Metro’s Problems

Judges weighing whether project needs new supplemental environmental study

Spooky Metro Map Gives Station Names Sinister Twist; Class of 2024 Will Face Tougher Graduation Standards

News, announcements and other helpful links for Wednesday morning

Frosh Chooses Outside Law Firm To File Suit Against FAA Over Airplane Noise

Change in flight paths led to thousands of noise complaints in Maryland, including Montgomery County

Business Notes: Two More Dockless Bikeshare Companies Begin Operations in Silver Spring

Plus: Honest Tea bringing its juice boxes to McDonald’s; Bethesda resident honored as nonprofit CFO of the year

As Construction Ramps Up on Purple Line, Police Say Vandalism and Other Incidents Continue

Heavy construction equipment and trail barriers have been damaged; Purple Line contractor releases preliminary construction schedule

Uber Commute Expands into Montgomery County

Ride-for-hire company’s new service aims to let drivers make extra money as passengers carpool to a shared destination

Metro Board Chair Draws Criticism for Purple Line Threat; Deer Hunts Begin

News, announcements and other helpful links for Tuesday morning

County Gears Up for Anticipated Spate of Construction Closures in Downtown Bethesda

Marriott headquarters and other large development projects planned along Wisconsin Avenue

Council Invites State Transportation Leader to Discuss Governor’s Highway Widening Plan

Montgomery County wants to hear from Secretary Pete Rahn on proposal to widen I-270, I-495

Town of Chevy Chase Votes Against Providing Money to Group Behind Purple Line Lawsuits

Town council opposes proposal 4-1

Metro Board Seeks Additional Compensation for Land Needed for Purple Line; State Lags in Investigating Nursing Home Complaints

News, announcements and other helpful links for Friday morning

State Looking to Hire Outside Law Firm To Pursue Case Against FAA Over Airplane Noise

Last month, governor asked attorney general to file suit

Bethesda Metro Center Plaza Developer Says High-Rise Plans Won’t Result in Loss of Open Space

Company looks to clean up the plaza, bring more shopping and events to the site

Report: Bethesda Could Face Parking Deficits if Downtown Area Were Built to Legal Limit

Projected shortages could complicate parking lot-to-parks plan

Pop-Up Shops Make a Comeback at Grosvenor-Strathmore Metro Station

Metro, developer schedule special events, musical performances in October
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