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District 15 Incumbents Latest To Announce Formation of Re-Election Slate

Candidates also running jointly in other districts in Montgomery County
11/17/17

Transportation Secretary Shares More Details of Proposed I-270, Capital Beltway Widening Project

Pete Rahn said American Legion Bridge will be improved, expects proposals from private companies in two years
11/16/17

WSSC Sends Proposed Rate Changes to Montgomery County Government for Review

Two proposals would decrease average residential customer’s bill; one would be a slight increase
11/16/17

Bethesda Resident Says She Is Giving Up on Lawsuit Challenging Bow-Hunting Program

But deer advocate pledges to continue fighting for animals
11/16/17

Updated: Democrats Seeking County Executive Post Meet in Six-Way Debate

Contenders discuss economic development, transportation
11/15/17

School Board Gets Behind Measure To Form Panel Reviewing Its Salaries

Delegate from Montgomery County plans to introduce bill during 2018 session
11/15/17

After Four Decades Serving in Annapolis, Del. Sheila Hixson Announces She Won’t Run Again

State, local Democrats gather at Silver Spring gala to fete trailblazing legislator
11/15/17

Parks System Announces River Road Park Project Along Capital Crescent Trail

Project partners plan to beautify, add seating at two-acre site
11/15/17

Council Member Wants To Increase Affordable Housing in Development Projects in Wealthy Areas

Bill would increase percentage of affordable units required where high schools have low poverty rates
11/15/17

Montgomery County Leaders, Advocacy Groups Lay Out Priorities for 2018 General Assembly Session

Leggett calls for additional education funding; environment supporters press for more renewable energy
11/14/17

Israeli Tech Firm Chooses Bethesda for U.S. Headquarters

Sesame Enable’s smartphone can be operated through head movements
11/14/17

Advocates Plan State-Level Push for Higher Minimum Wage after Success in Montgomery County

County Executive Ike Leggett signed the $15-per-hour minimum wage bill Monday
11/13/17