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Read Wall Menswear and Tailoring Shop Moving in to Bethesda Row

‘Modern haberdashery’ will offer custom work and ready-to-wear fashion
07/21/17

Ourisman Garage Dispute Moves Toward Resolution as Planners Give Nod to Trail Proposal

Car dealership offers to build public plaza where Capital Crescent Trail runs into Bethesda Row
07/21/17

TacoArepa Announced as Roche Brothers’ Next Bethesda Restaurant

Fast-casual eatery will serve food from Venezuela and the Caribbean
07/21/17

County Police Report Rising 911 Response Times; Gaithersburg Firm Acquires Anthrax Drug

News, announcements and other helpful links for Friday morning
07/21/17

Elrich Reignites Push For $15 Minimum Wage in Montgomery County

County Council member expects to introduce wage hike legislation Tuesday
07/20/17

Futsal About To Get a Test Run in Silver Spring

County plans to build its first court as part of Dewey Local Park renovations
07/20/17

Saints Row Brewing To Join Growing Rank of Brewers in Montgomery County

Husband-and-wife team plan to open nanobrewery in Rockville next month
07/20/17

Luxury Pet Store Comes to Bethesda This Fall

Pet Parents plans to offer affordable, high-quality products for animals
07/20/17

Transportation Board to Mull I-270 Express Lanes, Bus Rapid Transit; Controlled Blast on Rockville Pike Postponed

News, announcements and other helpful links for Thursday morning
07/20/17

Maryland Court of Appeals Upholds $3.9 Million Legal Fee Payout in Bainbridge Bethesda Construction Dispute

The building’s developer was contesting whether adjacent property owner Lenny Greenberg was entitled to legal fees after his building was damaged during construction
07/19/17

Business Notes: Politics and Prose Not Pursuing Bethesda Store

Plus: Insurance giant opens new Bethesda office to focus on Asian-American community; Rockville bioscience firm lands lucrative contract to develop HIV vaccine
07/19/17

U.S. Court of Appeals Grants Stay in Purple Line Case, Restoring Project’s Federal Approval

‘It’s a stunning rebuke of Judge Leon,’ County Council President Roger Berliner said.
07/19/17