Morning Notes


Police Still Searching For North Bethesda Carjacking Suspect — Montgomery County Police are still searching for a man they say used a handgun to carjack a woman in North Bethesda on Wednesday afternoon before ditching the car in downtown Silver Spring, where he eluded authorities. The carjacking victim was uninjured. [The Gazette] Town of Chevy Chase Talks Development — Tonight, the Town of Chevy Chase will hold town hall meeting on the lastest in downtown Bethesda development and the Chevy Chase Lake Sector Plan. Ken Hartman, director of the Bethesda Chevy Chase Regional Services Center, will run through ongoing and upcoming development projects and Mayor Pat Burda will give the latest on Chevy Chase Lake. The meeting is at 7:30 p.m. at Town Hall (4301 Willow Lane). [Town of Chevy Chase] Bethesda Chef Shoves Camera, Apologizes — A WUSA9 reporter who shows up unannounced at local restaurants cited for health violations came to Mia's Pizzas on Cordell Avenue last week. Chef Mia Ballinger wasn't pleased. She shoved a camera man before agreeing to allow the crew to come in and film her restaurant, which was cleared of its violation and reopened. [WUSA9] Montgomery Sees Significant Turnout For Early Voting — Almost 78,000 participated in early voting last week despite a disruption from Hurricane Sandy. The number is about three times the number of early voters in the 2010 mid-term elections, the first time it was an option. [The Gazette]

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