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MoCo Issues New Request For Bethesda Police Station Proposals — Montgomery County on Friday released a new RFP for developers interested in building a replacement for the county's aging Bethesda District police headquarters. A previous public-private deal with developer JBG Cos. to build a new police station at Cordell Avenue fell through in November. [Bethesda Patch] A New Name For White Flint? — Massive mixed-use redevelopment may not be the only thing changing around the White Flint Mall and Metro station. Some developers are working on a new branding effort for the area, which led Friends of White Flint and Just Up The Pike writer Dan Reed to ponder some potential names for the neighborhood. [Friends of White Flint] Whitman Junior Wins Congressional Award — Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D) presented Abigail da Silva, 16, with the Congressional Silver Award last month after she compiled almost 1,000 hours of volunteer and other work with a variety of local organizations. [The Gazette] RSVP For Town Of Chevy Chase Chili Dinner — The 19th Annual Town Chili Dinner to benefit the Manna Food Center is set for 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 24 at Chevy Chase Elementary School (4015 Rosemary St.). RSVP by contacting the Town Office. [Town of Chevy Chase] Flickr photo by anokarina

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