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Montgomery County Welcomes 22 New U.S. Citizens

County Council wants to hold more naturalization ceremonies
10/16/17

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
10/16/17

John Delaney Gets Financial Boost From Close to Home in Presidential Bid

One-third of early donors live in Bethesda, Chevy Chase and surrounding area, report shows
10/16/17

Week Ahead: Council Putting Forth Resolutions to Condemn Gun Violence, Promote Renewable Energy

Plus: Planning Board to review redevelopment proposal for Downtown Silver Spring building; business pitch bus comes to Montgomery County
10/16/17

Bethesda CEO Helps Fly Needed Medical Supplies to Puerto Rico

Joins with D.C. man on two trips this month to aid remote areas
10/12/17

Uber Has Edge Over Metro for Some D.C. Trips, Study Finds; Mizeur Starts Nonprofit To Counter Partisanship

News, announcements and other helpful links for Thursday morning
10/12/17

UPDATED: County Will Not Pay For Discredited Minimum Wage Study

Authors previously admitted that error in calculations overestimated potential job losses
10/11/17

Developers Bringing Grocers to Downtown Silver Spring Could Get 70-Foot Height Bonuses

Council approves legislation increasing height cap for certain projects
10/11/17

County Council Considering Resolution Urging State To Reject Acquisition of Washington Gas

Maryland Public Service Commission reviewing request for multi-billion-dollar purchase by AltaGas
10/11/17

Radiation Concerns Prompt Local School To Return to Wired Internet; Ranking Shows Bethesda Leading D.C. Area in Rental Costs

News, announcements and other helpful links for Wednesday morning
10/11/17

School Board Again Seeking Leniency From Governor on Academic Calendar Mandate

Montgomery students could lose spring break days, Jewish holidays to scheduling crunch
10/10/17

8 Things to Know About Montgomery County’s New Airbnb and Short-Term Rental Policy

Council approved two measures Tuesday to regulate and legalize emerging home-rental industry
10/10/17

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

Projected shortages could complicate parking lot-to-parks plan
10/10/17

Jean Roesser, Last Republican To Represent Montgomery County in State Senate, Dies at 87

Funeral services to be held Saturday in Potomac for former legislator and state official
10/10/17

Son of Gifford's Ice Cream Owners Writes Searing Tell-All; Police Seek Identity of Wheaton Bank Robber

News, announcements and other helpful links for Tuesday morning
10/10/17

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

Metro, developer schedule special events, musical performances in October
10/09/17

County Council Committee Votes to Extend Timeline for $15 Minimum Wage Implementation

Bill’s sponsor said it could be switched back to faster timeline when it comes before full council
10/09/17

Week Ahead: Council to Vote on Short-Term Rental Policy; Candidates for Governor to Appear at Silver Spring Forum

Plus: Planning Board to review local retail market study
10/09/17

Political Roundup: Comptroller Franchot to Seek Re-Election

Plus: Kagan will not run for county executive; at-large council candidate releases video promising not to raise taxes
10/06/17

Montgomery County’s First Medical Marijuana Dispensary Could Open in October

Business owner is waiting for first batch of cannabis products to arrive
10/06/17
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