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Storm Brings Hail, Downs Wires in Chevy Chase and Silver Spring

The hail came down so fast that it started to accumulate
04/21/17

Downtown Silver Spring Office Building Condemned

Property was purchased for $2.8 million in 2013, according to real estate records
04/20/17

Struggling Silver Spring Office Building Could Turn Into 177 Apartments Catering to Millennials

Developers submit proposal for 11-story project with roughly 7,500 square feet of ground-level retail
04/20/17

Quincy’s Bar & Grille in Bethesda Files for Bankruptcy

Downtown bar has not opened for more than six weeks and was sued for months of unpaid rent
04/20/17

County Council Votes Against Leggett’s Proposed Salary Schedule for Top Employees

One member said county executive is not taking task seriously
04/20/17

Small Bites: Bold Bite Sets Date for Relocation, Announces New Menu Items

Plus: Community opens for breakfast; wine dinner at Jaleo
04/20/17

I-270 Improvements Will Reduce Travel Times, Governor Says

Montgomery County leaders say lane additions and new technology should be a first step toward a long-term solution for the congested highway
04/20/17

Hogan Says Federal Judge Overseeing Purple Line Case Has a Conflict of Interest

Governor hints at connections between Richard Leon and Purple Line opponents
04/19/17

Addie’s To Open This Summer at Park Potomac

Restaurant will preview its new menu Thursday at D.C.’s BlackSalt
04/19/17

Teen Reporter From Bethesda Gets Melania Trump, Easter Bunny To Open Up

Young reporter heads to White House Easter Egg Roll on TIME for Kids assignment
04/19/17

Proposed Silver Spring Arena Fails To Generate Developer Interest

No one responded to county’s request for a private partner to develop two downtown parking garages into a 5,000-seat arena
04/18/17

Strosniders To Take Over Hardware City Location in Kensington

The hardware store plans a fall opening
04/18/17

State Puts Forth Plan To Add Lanes on I-270 To Reduce Traffic Congestion

Transportation officials estimate the project could be completed in 2019, but critics are skeptical about whether it will work
04/17/17

Frick Files with FEC To Start Fundraising For Congressional Bid

The Bethesda state delegate says he’ll run for Rep. John Delaney’s seat if Delaney runs for governor
04/17/17

Opinion: ‘I Hate What Bethesda Has Become’

New development is stripping downtown Bethesda of its charm and appeal
04/17/17

Attorney: Rockville Rape Suspect Tried To Confirm that Alleged Victim Wanted to Have Sex with Both Suspects

Henry Sanchez Milian waived his preliminary hearing Friday
04/14/17

Department of Liquor Control Changing Wholesale Alcohol Pricing System

DLC leaders say it will result in lower prices for customers and licensees
04/14/17

Poolesville Grape Crushing and Wine Facility Moves Closer to Reality

The regional winemaking and banquet project received $1 million in state funds during this year’s General Assembly session
04/13/17

General Assembly Approves Bill To Allow Privately-Owned Stores To Sell Liquor in Montgomery County

The move could end the Department of Liquor Control’s monopoly over the retail sale of spirits
04/12/17

UPDATED: Police Identify Man Killed in Chevy Chase Motorcycle Collision

A motorcycle and SUV collided near the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Thornapple Street Tuesday
04/11/17
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