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In a Hearing World

How a Bethesda teen with cochlear implants is navigating high school life

Making Therapy Fun for Clients With Special Needs

Exergaming turns exercise into entertainment at Rockville’s Fitness for Health

One for the Books

A Rockville rabbi shifts gears with a trolley for young readers

Teen Charged With Road Rage Assault Outside Bethesda Church; Delegate Proposes County-by-County Public Financing

News, announcements and other helpful links for Wednesday morning

Meet the Reporters Who Cover the Trump White House

Bethesda-area journalists adjust to the new reality as Donald Trump steps up his attacks on the press

Table Talk: 4 Gaithersburg Beer and Wine Stores

Find out where you can shop, eat and drink; plus get a taste of Bethesda's new Thai ice cream

A Bethesda Couple Adopts 4 Sisters from Costa Rica

They were looking for one child at first, then the process took an unexpected turn

How Many Former Lawyers Work at Bethesda's Williams-Sonoma?

More than 25 percent of the sales associates have law degrees

Gone With The Wind

Bethesda's Dominique Stater, a 16-year-old windsurfer, competes all over the world

Top Divorce Lawyers in the Bethesda Area

The best in the business, according to 50 family law attorneys

Building a Landscaping Business in Bethesda

A Bethesda-Chevy Chase student juggles school and the work he does with his dad

Inside Peter Chang's New Flagship Restaurant

With the opening of Q, the famed Chinese chef is betting big on Bethesda

Kevin Beverly Helps Students Go the Distance

Executive honors his roots by helping local disadvantaged youths realize their ambitions

Faces of Resistance

The Bethesda area is home to dozens of activist groups aiming to resist Donald Trump and to help elect more Democrats to office

Art in the Air on the Eastern Shore

Every July, Easton becomes a mecca for artists and art lovers

Fighting Fake News

How a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist is helping students separate truth from fiction in Montgomery County and beyond.

Kids and Water Safety

A Potomac mother shares the story of her son's nonfatal drowning. Find out what she's doing to promote CPR training and prevent drownings.

Get Away: Philadelphia’s New Museum of the American Revolution

Plus: Chincoteague's new boutique hotel, and a waterfront inn less than an hour away

Cooking Class: Blueberry Cobbler

Dig into summer with a two-layer treat

Bethesda Interview: Jack Conger

The Olympic swimmer talks about growing up in Rockville, the advice he got from Michael Phelps, and that night at the gas station in Rio
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