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‘We Will Remain Persistent Until There Is Change’

Roughly 2,500 Montgomery County students flood D.C. for gun control demonstration

Business Notes: County’s Green Bank Set To Begin Offering Loans

Plus: Rockville Chamber CEO resigns; Maryland adds nearly 13,000 jobs in January

Two Coaches Are Maryland’s Highest Paid Employees; Silver Spring Residents Unhappy with Mail Truck Traffic

News, announcements and other helpful links for Wednesday

State Lawmaker Looks To Give Prosecutors More Latitude To Press Charges in School Threat Cases

Sen. Susan Lee’s proposal also decreases maximum punishment for threatening adults

Riemer Proposes Step Toward Providing Universal Pre-Kindergarten in Montgomery County

New bill calls for establishing program to eventually provide early childhood education and child care subsidies for low-income families

Update: Teens from More Than Two Dozen Schools in Montgomery County Plan D.C. March

Students will observe 17 minutes of silence at White House in memory of Parkland victims

State Legislation To Prevent County-Held Email Addresses From Being Released Moves Forward

Several people in Montgomery County have received hundreds of thousands of email addresses from the county through public information requests

Week Ahead: County Council and Board of Education To Host Town Halls This Week

Plus: Snow possible Monday night

Legislation To Permit More Antennas in Mixed-Use Zones Clears Planning Board

Bill will now head to County Council for consideration

County Executive Plans Push To Maintain Montrose Parkway East Funding

Ike Leggett said the long-planned road is needed to support and promote development in the area

Leggett, Hogan Reluctant To Provide New Details on Effort to Woo Amazon

Governor was in Montgomery County Tuesday to meet with police leaders and discuss gang-related initiatives

Candidate in District 18 Delegate Race Details Alleged Political Maneuvering by Waldstreicher

Helga Luest said she believes Del. Jeff Waldstreicher encouraged her to enter the state Senate race to make it tougher for his challenger, Dana Beyer, to win

Lobbyist Apologizes For Calling Rockville State Senator ‘Delusional’

Gil Genn maintained he did not inappropriately touch Cheryl Kagan

Three Council Members Propose Alternatives to Montrose Parkway East Project

The legislators suggest spending part of the $ 94 million budgeted on mass transit, bike and pedestrian projects

Candidate for Delegate Alleges Inappropriate Contact by Del. Barkley

Sara Love said Barkley hugged and kissed her while she was a lobbyist for the American Civil Liberties Union

Construction Work Begins for New Park Along Capital Crescent Trail in Bethesda

Project partners are still seeking funds for River Road Park

Leggett, Maryland Commerce Secretary Urge General Assembly To Approve Amazon Incentive Package

State released a study Wednesday that found the company would add $ 7.7 billion in wages to Maryland’s economy if second headquarters was built in Montgomery County

38 Candidates File To Try To Win One of Four At-Large Montgomery County Council Seats

Former council member says he’s never seen anything like it in the county

Maryland Lawmakers To Discuss Amazon Incentive Package; Vignarajah Picks Running Mate

News, announcements and other helpful links for Wednesday morning

County Chooses Child Care Center for Former Silver Spring Library Site

A competing proposal for a senior housing project will likely shift to a planned White Oak development
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