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State Lawmaker From Montgomery County Charges Hogan With Using Trump-Like Tactics; County Candidates Flock Toward Public Financing

News, announcements and other helpful links for Thursday morning

Leventhal Suggests Letting Residents Use Skype To Testify During Council Meetings

Council member says video chat applications could help foster public participation

Leggett Says County Will Stick to Paris Climate Accord Even if Trump Administration Won’t

County executive endorses open letter committing to emissions reductions

Challenger Unseats Incumbent in Town of Kensington Election

First-time council member says he’ll push for better communication with town residents

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

Motion asks for court ruling by Friday

Two Teens Found Dead in Car After Montgomery Village Shooting; Madaleno Wins Anne Arundel County Straw Poll

News, announcements and other helpful links for Tuesday morning

Stop-Work Order Issued For Digging Activity Around Foundation of Community Paint and Hardware

Building owners barred from exterior work until county approves historic area work permit

Two School Board Members Considering County Council Races

Smondrowski, Ortman-Fouse say they’re focused on current roles but could consider change

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

Raskin Continues To Question Kushner’s Security Clearance

Congressman called report about Trump’s son-in-law seeking a back channel to communicate with Russian officials “astonishing”

State Legislators Rail Against Hogan’s Paid Sick Leave Veto

Democratic elected officials at Kensington event said they would work to override veto when General Assembly reconvenes in January

County Agrees To Settle Silver Spring Transit Center Lawsuit

Contractors to pay $25 million after structural problems caused cost overruns and delayed bus depot’s opening

Small Bites: Hogan Lets Controversial Brewery Bill Become Law

Plus: Washington Post food critic tries Bethesda’s newest restaurant, Q by Peter Chang

Council Members Describe Behind-the-Scenes Division on Planning Board Appointment

County officials name Germantown business owner to four-year post

NIH in Congressional Crosshairs Again; Stray Dog Gets Weight Loss Help From Gaithersburg Foster Mom

News, announcements and other helpful links for Friday morning

County Council Adopts $5.4 Billion Spending Plan That Offers Some Tax Relief

Budget would increase county spending by about 2.8 percent over last year

Berliner Defends County Planners During NAACP Meeting; UMD Coaches Made Millions in 2016

News, announcements and other helpful links for Thursday morning

Montgomery County Joins National Citizenship Program

County Executive Ike Leggett encourages immigrants to participate in county program to help them obtain U.S. citizenship

Local Politicians Blast Trump Plan That Would Cut NIH Funding by Almost a Fifth

Agency would lose about $6 billion under president’s proposal

Five Things To Know About the Bethesda Downtown Sector Plan

County Council is scheduled to vote Thursday on long-range growth strategy
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