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Activists Vow To Drive Abortion Provider Out of Bethesda

Controversial clinic opens office on Old Georgetown Road this week

Man Kills Himself After Deputies Try To Take Him Into Custody

SWAT team finds man dead inside his house

Montgomery County Executive Candidates Show a Lighter Side During Debate

They answered questions about their ideal barbecue and what they’d do with free time on a Saturday afternoon

Council Member Proposes Historic Building Exemption to Bill Restricting Country Inn Sites

Legislation was introduced amid controversy over plans for events venue in Potomac

Differences Emerge in Four-Way Montgomery County Executive Candidate Debate

Frick said council members running for higher office have failed to solve county’s challenges

CVS Acquiring Bradley Drugs, Will Transfer Customers

Bethesda pharmacy will close Wednesday
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Activists Vow To Drive Abortion Provider Out of Bethesda

Controversial clinic opens office on Old Georgetown Road this week

Man Kills Himself After Deputies Try To Take Him Into Custody

SWAT team finds man dead inside his house

Montgomery County Executive Candidates Show a Lighter Side During Debate

They answered questions about their ideal barbecue and what they’d do with free time on a Saturday afternoon

Council Member Proposes Historic Building Exemption to Bill Restricting Country Inn Sites

Legislation was introduced amid controversy over plans for events venue in Potomac

Differences Emerge in Four-Way Montgomery County Executive Candidate Debate

Frick said council members running for higher office have failed to solve county’s challenges

CVS Acquiring Bradley Drugs, Will Transfer Customers

Bethesda pharmacy will close Wednesday

Metro Board Chair Draws Criticism for Purple Line Threat; Deer Hunts Begin

News, announcements and other helpful links for Tuesday morning

Controversial Abortion Provider To Open Clinic in Bethesda on Tuesday

Abortion opponents plan to protest, hold vigil

Trone Gives His Campaign $749K As He Starts Congressional Bid, Election Reports Show

Miller, relying on donations from fellow Indian-Americans, has $525K in bank in District 6 race

County Gears Up for Anticipated Spate of Construction Closures in Downtown Bethesda

Marriott headquarters and other large development projects planned along Wisconsin Avenue

Montgomery County Won’t Detail Potential Sites in Amazon Bid Before Submission

Other local jurisdictions have announced sites they’re pitching

L.L. Bean To Open in November in Pike & Rose

Will be outdoor retailer’s only Maryland store

Montgomery County Welcomes 22 New U.S. Citizens

County Council wants to hold more naturalization ceremonies

Council Invites State Transportation Leader to Discuss Governor’s Highway Widening Plan

Montgomery County wants to hear from Secretary Pete Rahn on proposal to widen I-270, I-495

Crowds Flock to 20th Bethesda Row Arts Festival

Artists come from across the country

Sold in Bethesda, Chevy Chase and Potomac: Oct. 9-15

Notable homes sold in the last week

Firefighters Rescue Two Dogs from Burning Wheaton Home

Family displaced after fire spreads through house

John Delaney Gets Financial Boost From Close to Home in Presidential Bid

One-third of early donors live in Bethesda, Chevy Chase and surrounding area, report shows

Week Ahead: Council Putting Forth Resolutions to Condemn Gun Violence, Promote Renewable Energy

Plus: Planning Board to review redevelopment proposal for Downtown Silver Spring building; business pitch bus comes to Montgomery County

Fire Breaks Out in Bethesda Garage; Baby Delivered at Silver Spring Church

News, announcements and other helpful links for Monday morning

Two New Bethesda Restaurants Earn Spot in Washington Post’s Fall Dining Guide

Friendship Heights sushi restaurant also recognized

Politics Roundup: Madaleno Reads Mean Tweets; Leggett Discusses Legacy

Plus: County executive candidate debate Monday; District 1 council candidate Friedson nets endorsements

Rockville Trader Joe’s Set To Open Next Spring

Grocery store will move in to Travilah Square Shopping Center

Town of Chevy Chase Votes Against Providing Money to Group Behind Purple Line Lawsuits

Town council opposes proposal 4-1

Retail Study Shows Shoppers Are Hungry for More in Bethesda, Rockville

Consultant encourages planners not to pursue too much retail growth

Weekend Events: Artists With Many Specialties Will Be at Bethesda Row

Bethesda Beat’s weekly roundup of local events

Boyfriend Indicted in Connection With Death of Pregnant Teacher

Olney woman was killed Labor Day weekend and left in a shallow grave, authorities say

Metro Board Seeks Additional Compensation for Land Needed for Purple Line; State Lags in Investigating Nursing Home Complaints

News, announcements and other helpful links for Friday morning

State Looking to Hire Outside Law Firm To Pursue Case Against FAA Over Airplane Noise

Last month, governor asked attorney general to file suit

Clothing Boutique Scout & Molly’s To Open in Pike & Rose

Store will open in Henri building early next year

8407 Kitchen Bar Closing Next Week in Silver Spring

Restaurant prides itself in charcuterie and cocktails

Two Silver Spring Residents Charged with Suspected MS-13 Killing Near Annapolis

Woman’s body was found in grave at a youth camp last month

Bethesda Metro Center Plaza Developer Says High-Rise Plans Won’t Result in Loss of Open Space

Company looks to clean up the plaza, bring more shopping and events to the site

Business Notes: Regional Government Group Helping with Amazon Pitches

Plus: WorkSource Montgomery to help educate local nurses; Kensington medical office moving to Chevy Chase

Bethesda CEO Helps Fly Needed Medical Supplies to Puerto Rico

Joins with D.C. man on two trips this month to aid remote areas

Heat Wave Makes for Muggy Schools After Air-Conditioning Is Switched Off

MCPS reports about 70 schools have moved from cooling to heating systems

Thirty-two Quince Orchard High School Students Stung

Some needed transportation to hospital, fire officials said

Uber Has Edge Over Metro for Some D.C. Trips, Study Finds; Mizeur Starts Nonprofit To Counter Partisanship

News, announcements and other helpful links for Thursday morning

Suspected MS-13 Members Charged with Violent Racketeering, Linked to Area Killings

Gang allegedly sent money from brothels and drug dealers to El Salvador

UPDATED: County Will Not Pay For Discredited Minimum Wage Study

Authors previously admitted that error in calculations overestimated potential job losses

Developers Bringing Grocers to Downtown Silver Spring Could Get 70-Foot Height Bonuses

Council approves legislation increasing height cap for certain projects

County Council Considering Resolution Urging State To Reject Acquisition of Washington Gas

Maryland Public Service Commission reviewing request for multi-billion-dollar purchase by AltaGas

Newport Mill Middle School Unveils New Fitness Center

At ribbon-cutting rally, Hogan called it “shining example of public-private partnerships”

Prosecutors Say Substitute Teacher Was ‘Mentor’ to Student He Allegedly Abused

Defense attorney argues sexual contact appears consensual

Police: Former MCPS Employee Apologized for Touching 10-Year-Old, Said She Was ‘Flirting’ With Him

Roy “Andy” Simmons was released on bail Friday

Radiation Concerns Prompt Local School To Return to Wired Internet; Ranking Shows Bethesda Leading D.C. Area in Rental Costs

News, announcements and other helpful links for Wednesday morning

Karate Instructor Accused of Sexually Abusing Girl at His Martial Arts Studio

He allegedly touched female karate student during classes, police said

School Board Again Seeking Leniency From Governor on Academic Calendar Mandate

Montgomery students could lose spring break days, Jewish holidays to scheduling crunch

8 Things to Know About Montgomery County’s New Airbnb and Short-Term Rental Policy

Council approved two measures Tuesday to regulate and legalize emerging home-rental industry

Report: Bethesda Could Face Parking Deficits if Downtown Area Were Built to Legal Limit

Projected shortages could complicate parking lot-to-parks plan

Small Bites: Chef Jose Andres Helps Feed Thousands in Puerto Rico Relief Efforts

Plus: Oktoberfest this weekend at Owen’s Ordinary; Ruth’s Chris Steak House pivots to Italian

Democratic Gubernatorial Candidates Stake Progressive Positions in Silver Spring Forum

Five candidates laid out parts of their platform while introducing themselves to voters

Jean Roesser, Last Republican To Represent Montgomery County in State Senate, Dies at 87

Funeral services to be held Saturday in Potomac for former legislator and state official

Son of Gifford's Ice Cream Owners Writes Searing Tell-All; Police Seek Identity of Wheaton Bank Robber

News, announcements and other helpful links for Tuesday morning

Police Blotter: Armed Robbery at Westfield Montgomery’s Forever 21; Four Cars Stolen; Ohio Residents Charged with Theft from Bethesda Cars

Crimes reported to Montgomery County and Rockville police from Sept. 20-26

Pop-Up Shops Make a Comeback at Grosvenor-Strathmore Metro Station

Metro, developer schedule special events, musical performances in October

Purple Line Opponents Requesting Money from Town of Chevy Chase To Cover Lawsuit Costs

Public hearing on request scheduled for Thursday

County Council Committee Votes to Extend Timeline for $15 Minimum Wage Implementation

Bill’s sponsor said it could be switched back to faster timeline when it comes before full council

Sold in Bethesda, Chevy Chase and Potomac: Oct. 2-8

Notable homes sold in the last week

Sun Shines for Taste of Bethesda

Thousands packed Woodmont Triangle for annual festival

Man Who Walked into Police Station with Gunshot Wound Charged With Fatal Shooting

Police say shooting “was not a random event”

Week Ahead: Council to Vote on Short-Term Rental Policy; Candidates for Governor to Appear at Silver Spring Forum

Plus: Planning Board to review local retail market study

Laptop Cord Sparks Blaze in North Potomac Rowhouses; Hogan's Plan for Toll Lanes Compared to Virginia Model

News, announcements and other helpful links for Monday morning

Montgomery Blair High School Substitute Teacher Charged With Sexually Abusing Student

Man was school’s assistant football coach

Krishanti Vignarajah To Seek Court Ruling on Whether She’s Eligible To Run for Governor

Candidate describes eligibility questions as ‘spurious claims and rumors’

School Notes: Walt Whitman, Albert Einstein Schools Might Soon Run On Solar Power

Plus: Local student fashion shoot picked up by Vogue, MCPS teams up with KID Museum

Police: Two Men Robbed Bethesda Pharmacy River Rx

Robbers stole cash and medications

Political Roundup: Comptroller Franchot to Seek Re-Election

Plus: Kagan will not run for county executive; at-large council candidate releases video promising not to raise taxes

Montgomery County’s First Medical Marijuana Dispensary Could Open in October

Business owner is waiting for first batch of cannabis products to arrive

Taco and Cocktail Restaurant Coming to Pike & Rose

Nada plans to join North Bethesda development next year

'The Real Housewives of Potomac' Films in Bethesda

Scenes with Gizelle Bryant shot at Community restaurant

Annual Taste of Bethesda Will Showcase Local Restaurants

Food and entertainment festival will be Saturday in Woodmont Triangle

Update: Possible Rape Reported in Gaithersburg

Victim told police that a man grabbed her at bus stop, forced her into wooded area

Obama to Join Columbia Country Club in Chevy Chase

Members were notified in a letter this week

Man in Dog Costume Wields Knife in Germantown Michaels; Anti-Abortion Group Asks for Murder Charges in Death of Pregnant Teacher’s Fetus

News, announcements and other helpful links for Friday morning

Former MCPS Employee Allegedly Inappropriately Touched Girl at Potomac After-School Program

Gaithersburg man turned himself in Thursday; police believe there may be additional victims

Weekend Events: Kesha Performs in Silver Spring; Two Plays Debut in Bethesda

What’s happening Oct. 6-8

Two Decades After Triple Shooting in Silver Spring Pool Hall, Four Suspected Gang Members Charged

Men have been indicted on attempted murder and assault charges

Appeals Court Hears Case Accusing Officials of Animal Cruelty for Bow-Hunting Program

Park system conducts organized hunts to combat deer overpopulation

Police: Attempted Robber Tried to Pepper Spray Store Employee at Westfield Montgomery

Investigators release surveillance images to try to identify the person

Seminary Road Bridge Repairs Set To Begin

Work expected to be completed next year, will require lane closures on road

Bethesda’s Urban Country To Move Next Door to Former City Sports Space

New location set to open early next year

Potomac Businessman David Blair ‘Highly Likely’ To Run for County Executive

Plans ‘formal announcement’ in next month; would join four other Democratic contenders

Senior Housing Building or Low-Rise Child Care Center Possible for Former Silver Spring Library Site

County has not said what it would get from a developer in return for giving up land

Durso Leaning Toward Leaving School Board When Term Ends in 2018

Brenda Wolff, a retired federal education official, running for his spot

Chevy Chase Fourth-Grader Issues Challenge To Color Inside Congressional District Lines

‘The United Shapes of America’ explores the history behind partisan gerrymandering

Baker Has Best Advantage Against Hogan, Poll Suggests; Maryland Woman Injured in Vegas Shooting

News, announcements and other helpful links for Thursday morning

Bethesda Club Members Can Practice Golf Swings Inside During Winter Months

New indoor facility provides four heated hitting bays

Three-Week Trial of Rockville Day Care Operator Accused of Killing Infant Ends in Mistrial

Kia Divband could be tried again in May, if prosecutors go forward with charges again

Red Cross Volunteers Share Their Stories of Helping Hurricane Victims

Montgomery County residents among those who assisted after Harvey

Business Notes: Two Bethesda Buildings Sold for Hefty Prices

Plus: Bethesda accounting firms merge; Rockville biotech company outbid for gene therapy company

Updated: Missing 92-year-old Bethesda Man Found Safe

Man had driven away from home Tuesday evening

Brookfield To Present Concept for High-Rise at Bethesda Metro Center Plaza

Developer envisions ground-level retail with housing or offices on upper floors

Potomac Father and Son Survive Las Vegas Shooting; Maryland Colleges Would Waive In-State Requirements for Amazon Employees

News, announcements and other helpful links for Wednesday morning

Dockless Bikeshare Coming to Silver Spring

Riders can find and unlock bikes using smartphone app

Assistant Police Chief to Gang Members: 'You’ll Go to Jail'

County Council approves about $840,000 for police and prosecutors amid surge in gang violence

Builders Advance Lawsuit Blaming County for Losses in Stymied Clarksburg Project

Companies appeal judge’s ruling dismissing suit seeking millions from county officials

County Council Votes To Cut Spending Guidelines for Bonds

More cuts possible in the future to reduce growing debt-service payments

Catholic School in Bethesda Honored With National Blue Ribbon Title

Little Flower was only private school in Montgomery County to win 2017 award
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