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Cesco Osteria Converting Patio Into Beer Garden — The Woodmont Avenue restaurant (7401 Woodmont Ave.) plans to open an Italian beer garden with a separate menu in its outdoor space. The beer garden, "La Piazza," already has a website and menu but no opening date. [Washington City Paper] Gansler Considering Handful Of Names For Running Mate — Maryland Attorney General and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Doug Gansler is considering a number of black candidates to run as his lieutenant governor, including Baltimore comptroller Joan Pratt, Prince George's Delegate Jolene Ivey and Baltimore Delegate Keiffer Mitchell. [Washington Post] Suburban Hospital Recertified As Level II Trauma Center — The Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services System recertified the hospital for the next five years as a trauma center, the only trauma center in Montgomery County and one of four in the state. [Suburban Hospital] B-CC Falls To 1-1 With Loss To Wootton — The Bethesda-Chevy Chase football team lost to Wootton, 24-14, to fall to 1-1 on the season. The game, scheduled for last Thursday, was postponed until Monday night because of storms. [The Gazette]

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