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Police Arrest 16-Year-Old For Capital Crescent Tunnel Mugging — Police on Friday announced they arrested a Rockville 16-year-old for the attempted robbery of two Bethesda 16-year-olds in the Capital Crescent Trail tunnel on Saturday, Sept. 29. Police say the male suspect demanded money and punched one of the victims in the head and the face. [Montgomery County Police] Tragara Closing, To Be Replaced By 4935 Bar and Kitchen — The 26-year-old Italian restaurant on Cordell Avenue is shutting down because the owner has health problems. Chef Ashish Alfred is taking over. [Bethesda Magazine] Bethesda Row Cinema Could Add Beer, Wine To Menu — The Landmark Cinema-owned movie theater is applying for an alcohol permit. [Robert Dyer @ Bethesda Row] Bag Tax Revenues Too High, County Might Tweak Rules — With revenues from the county's nine-month-old bag tax higher than expected, County Council President Roger Berliner discussed the idea of no bag tax at certain types of retailers. [Washington Examiner] Flickr photo by Bill in DC

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