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Sushi And Robata Restaurant Taking Over Space Left By Divino Lounge — Yuzu, from a previous owner of Mt. Vernon Square restaurant Kushi, will open in the space (7345-B Wisconsin Ave.) in April. [Bethesda Magazine] Chevy Chase Village Will No Longer Help Mow Your Lawn — The Village Board decided to save $14,000 in annual costs by cutting right-of-way mowing from its budget. That will leave it up to residents to mow the space between the sidewalk and the street in their front yards. Many didn't even know the Village offered that service, according to a survey. [Chevy Chase Patch] Swim Coach Rick Curl To Plead Guilty To Child Abuse — Area swim coach Rick Curl, who coached some of the nation's best as an Olympic coach, will plead guilty to charges stemming from allegations from a former Montgomery County student who said the two had sex when she was 15. [Washington Post] Flickr photo by PLCjr

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