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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

School Notes: MCPS Combines Lessons on Dough and Donating

Plus: County Council member organizes teen challenge; school security teams gather for active shooter training
04/21/17

County Police Arrest Two in Connection to Bethesda Car Break-ins

More thieves are working in the area, police commander cautions
04/21/17

Marriott Executive Addresses Parking Concerns Related to Company’s Move to Downtown Bethesda

Public transportation, increased shuttle service could help alleviate parking demand
04/21/17

Old Metro Car’s Next Stop: Retail Kiosks at Grosvenor-Strathmore Station

A Brookeville sculptor is cutting up the 4000-series rail car to serve as pop-up shops, benches and art
04/21/17

Guitar Center Plans To Open Next Week in Downtown Silver Spring

Instrument retailer will occupy a spot in Ellsworth Place
04/21/17

Community Group Opposing Bigotry To Hold Launch Event Sunday

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh to speak at the event at B-CC High School, which will include a panel discussion and volunteer fair
04/21/17

Police Blotter: Possession of a Weapon at Richard Montgomery High School; Robbery at Potomac Walgreens

The following crimes were reported to Montgomery County or Rockville police from March 27 to April 4
04/21/17

County Council Looks To Add $1 Million More to Public Election Fund

Additional money would bring fund total to $11 million for the 2018 election
04/21/17

Larry J. Hogan Sr., Father of Governor, Dies at 88; Berliner Voices Support for Immigrants at Town Hall

News, announcements and other helpful links for Friday morning
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

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