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Judge Seeks Additional Information in Purple Line Tree Cutting Case

Removal of trees on Georgetown Branch Trail will be put on hold until Monday
09/19/17

Updated: Suspected MS-13 Members Accused of Murdering Silver Spring Man in Frederick County

Body found in shallow grave in June; men from Silver Spring, Greenbelt face charges, denied bail
09/19/17

Developer Says Marriott Headquarters Likely Will Be Smaller Than Requested Height

Project rep tells local residents the office tower probably won’t exceed 21 stories
09/19/17

100 New Condos Could Land on Lawn Next to Friendship Heights Office Building

Developer looks to construct 16-story condo complex but retain community green space
09/19/17

Student Shot at Georgia Tech Was from Rockville; Gansler Says He Doesn't Plan to Enter 2018 Gubernatorial Race

News, announcements and other helpful links for Tuesday morning
09/19/17

Shake Shack Coming to Montgomery County

Burger chain plans to open a restaurant in Potomac in 2018
09/18/17

Developers Fine-Tune Plans for Public Fitness, Aquatic Center in Silver Spring

Planning board expected to hold November hearing on Elizabeth Square proposal
09/15/17

Report: Fox 5 Close to Signing Deal for Move to Bethesda

Station has set sights on office tower being built at Apex site, report states
09/15/17

Three Years After Two of Her Children Went Missing, Catherine Hoggle Is Accused of Murdering Them

Jacob and Sarah Hoggle, then 2 and 3, disappeared in September 2014
09/15/17

Downtown Silver Spring Bike Network Beginning To Come Together

Transportation department plans to finish separated bike lanes on Spring and Cedar streets by end of month
09/15/17

Aging Cabin John Shopping Center in Potomac Could Get Overhaul

Planning board OKs proposal to construct two retail buildings on center parking lot
09/15/17

Proposed Increase in Building Height Cap for Downtown Silver Spring Heads to County Council

Bill would allow 270-foot buildings in exchange for grocery store, public facilities
09/15/17