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District 17 Incumbents Forming Slate With Rockville Council Member Palakovich Carr

Move by Barve, Gilchrist passes over school board member Smondrowski in delegate race

Gaithersburg Native Stefon Diggs Becomes a Hero in Minnesota

Wide receiver made historic game-winning touchdown to send Vikings to NFC championship game

School Notes: Montgomery County Public Schools Annual Report Is Online

Plus: Teens can take free video production course; school board accepting award nominations

Safeway in Downtown Bethesda To Close

Old Georgetown Road grocery store will shut its doors in March

Red Line Metro Train Derails in D.C.

No one injured; failure occurred outside Farragut North

Former MCPS Employee Indicted on Charges of Sexually Touching 10-Year-Old Girl

Gaithersburg resident was fired from school system in May
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District 17 Incumbents Forming Slate With Rockville Council Member Palakovich Carr

Move by Barve, Gilchrist passes over school board member Smondrowski in delegate race

Gaithersburg Native Stefon Diggs Becomes a Hero in Minnesota

Wide receiver made historic game-winning touchdown to send Vikings to NFC championship game

School Notes: Montgomery County Public Schools Annual Report Is Online

Plus: Teens can take free video production course; school board accepting award nominations

Safeway in Downtown Bethesda To Close

Old Georgetown Road grocery store will shut its doors in March

Red Line Metro Train Derails in D.C.

No one injured; failure occurred outside Farragut North

Former MCPS Employee Indicted on Charges of Sexually Touching 10-Year-Old Girl

Gaithersburg resident was fired from school system in May

Five Displaced by Aspen Hill Fire

Combustibles too close to electronics cited as reason

Week Ahead: MLK Celebration Monday; Council Returns from Recess Tuesday

Plus: Parks department begins speaker series Wednesday

Sold in Bethesda, Chevy Chase and Potomac: Jan. 8-14

Notable homes sold in the last week

Downtown Bethesda Bike Lanes Moving Forward; Chelsea Manning Files To Run for U.S. Senate

News, announcements and other helpful links for Monday

Spring Mill Bread Co. To Close Bethesda Location

“Flagship” store will be shuttered in February

Accused of Sexually Touching Teen Boy, Former Teacher from Bethesda Sentenced to Probation

Victim was paid to do lawn work at man’s home; told police man took pictures, abused him

Update: Sears To Retract Closure Notice for Westfield Montgomery Location; Will Stay Open

Sears signed new lease with Westfield Montgomery mall at the last minute, company spokesman says

Looking Ahead in 2018: Three Political Questions

Money taking on a different role in local races

Stir-fry and Salad Restaurant Honeygrow Opens Next Week on Rockville Pike

Philadelphia-based fast-casual will be in Montrose Crossing

Politics Roundup: Jaye Espy, Scion of Noted Political Family, Makes Her First Run for Elected Office

Also: District 16 delegate field crystalizes; Mossburg exits 6th District congressional race

First Redevelopment Project for Bethesda’s Pearl District Wins Initial Approval

Developers plan residential building with first-floor retail

Poke Cuisine Coming to Bethesda

Poki District plans summer opening

Body of Missing Man, 81, Found in Wheaton Mall Parking Lot; Marriott Offends Chinese Offiicals with Email Listing Taiwan, Tibet as Separate Nations

News, announcements and other helpful links for Friday

Barnes & Noble Says Farewell to Bethesda Row

Customers say they will miss a downtown landmark that has been in business 20 years

North Bethesda Trampoline Park To Hold Grand Opening Saturday

The event at Launch will feature former NFL cornerback Ty Law

Police Investigate Bank Robbery in Aspen Hill Area

Man passed note to teller, left with undisclosed amount of money

Weekend Events: Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebrations; Fetty Wap Comes to Silver Spring

What’s happening Jan. 12-15

Small Bites: Fast-Casual Indian Restaurant Spice 6 Comes to Westfield Montgomery Mall

Plus: Another hot pot restaurant opens in Rockville; Paisano’s planned for Silver Spring; burgers return to Taylor Gourmet

Business Notes: Bethesda Power-Nap Business Fails to Generate Interest from 'Sharks'

Plus: Area insurance firms rebrand under NFP; U-Haul ranks Maryland 42nd in growth

Father Who Created Viral Hotel Carpet Instagram Feed Visits Marriott Headquarters in Bethesda

Texas corporate pilot and his family helped with new design at Austin hotel

Discovery Prepares To Sell its Silver Spring Building

Observers wonder what might fill 10-story office tower

Maryland Legislative Leader Predicts Contentious Session; Police Holiday Task Force Makes 205 DUI Arrests

News, announcements and other helpful links for Thursday

Strosniders Hardware To Open in Kensington in February

Local store chain takes over former Hardware City space

Legal Adviser for Planning Board Named Department’s Acting Deputy Director

Carol Rubin will fill vacancy created by retirement of Rose Krasnow, a county executive candidate

Discovery’s Silver Spring Exit Becomes Political Football in Maryland, Montgomery County

Officials point fingers after company says it will leave in 2019

Del. Andrew Platt, Youngest Member of MoCo Legislative Delegation, Won’t Seek Second Term

School board member Smondrowski to drop council bid, run for delegate slot in District 17

Principal Chosen for Elementary School That Will Open This Year in Rockville

Rachel C. DuBois will leave Piney Branch Elementary to take new position

Updated: Missing Walter Reed Employee and Silver Spring Special Education Student Found Safe

Cases unrelated; both men reported missing Tuesday

Woman Pleads Guilty in MS-13 Murder of Gaithersburg Teen; State Lawmakers To Address Federal Tax Changes As Session Begins

News, announcements and other helpful links for Wednesday

Helen’s Has Closed Temporarily After Owner’s Injury

Helen Wasserman says Rockville Pike restaurant will open later in February

Here’s What Montgomery County Highlighted in Its Bid for Amazon’s Second Headquarters

Recruitment package touted area; specific economic enticements redacted in released documents

Months Before Discovery Announced Silver Spring Departure, Executive Helped County Woo Amazon

Top official encouraged internet commerce giant to join media company in Montgomery County in October letter

Police Officer Who Shot and Wounded Driver in Shopping Center Won’t Face Charges

Body-camera footage allegedly shows gun accidentally firing after officer used it to try to break window

Police Blotter: Woman Threw Vase in Man’s Face in Rockville Business; Burglary at Westfield Montgomery Mall

Crimes reported to Montgomery County and Rockville police Dec. 6-12

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

Notable homes sold in the last week

Discovery Communications Announces Plan To Leave Silver Spring

Company has been headquartered at downtown Silver Spring building since 2003

Three Families Displaced After SUV Crashes into Bethesda Apartment Building

Driver injured; apartments considered unsafe to occupy

School Bus Carrying Student Slides Off Roadway in Potomac

No serious injuries were reported

New Park Service Appointee Once Helped Redskins Owner Fell Trees Improperly; Madame Giselle Leaves Chevy Chase

News, announcements and other helpful links for Tuesday

Montgomery County Schools To Open on a Two-Hour Delay Tuesday

MCPS administrative offices to open on time despite weather conditions

Police: Parents Won’t Be Charged for House Party That Bethesda Teen Left Before He Died

Vodka bottle found on him was not purchased in county, police say

County Executive Candidates Talk Housing, Taxes During Realtors Forum

Three sitting council members defend decision to hike recordation tax in 2016

Decision to End Protected Status for Salvadorans Expected to Affect Montgomery County Immigrants

County Council has urged federal government to preserve program

Police Searching for Missing Purple Line Truck

Investigators believe vehicle was stolen from building used by firm constructing light-rail line

State Police Charge Former School Lunch Aide in Silver Spring with Possession of Child Pornography

Cloverly Elementary principal tells parents the man was placed on administrative leave

Community Owner Shuts Down New Burger Restaurant After Two Months

One Burger opened a week after previous eatery, Community, closed

Firefighters Battle Two Fires in Freezing Temperatures

Four adults and four children displaced in Gaithersburg; about 20 displaced in Olney

Week Ahead: General Assembly Begins; Winter Weather Advisory Monday

Plus: Leggett to host first operating budget forum in Bethesda

UPDATED: Montgomery County Public Schools, Montgomery College To Close Early Because of Bad Weather; Water-Main Break Shuts Down Circuit Court

Students to be let out two-and-a-half hours early

Police Look for Missing Rockville-Area Man

Man left home on crutches Sunday

County Police Charge Federal Worker With Soliciting Minor; Women Describe Harassment Experiences in Maryland Legislature

News, announcements and other helpful links for Monday

Politics Roundup: Dumais’ Bill to Protect Rape Victims Seen as Top Priority; Cummings Suspends Gubernatorial Campaign

Plus: More council candidates file for public financing; Miller formally files for congressional run; Trone rolls out plan to address opioid crisis

Murder Charges Dropped Against Second Suspect in MS-13 Killing; New Charges Possible

Charges were withdrawn against other suspect last month

School Notes: Blair High Student Writes Pro-Latin Opinion Piece for The Financial Times

Plus: Two former MCPS students to appear on NPR music program; Clarksburg High to host Tedx

Woman Found Dead in Pond Had Been Missing Since November

36-year-old was found on Wednesday

Kensington Private School Substitute Teacher Fired For Involvement in White Nationalist Movement

School president said man used alternate identity as part of extremist, racist activity

Updated: Redwood Hoping to Reopen Soon after Pipe Burst

Bethesda restaurant is replacing water heater

Bethesda Massage Therapist Charged with Sexual Assault; Silver Spring Woman Nominated to Lead Peace Corps

News, announcements and other helpful links for Friday

Fire Displaces Potomac Family

Official says flames originated around chimney

Police Release Name of Man Found Dead with Gunshot Wound in Germantown

Homicide investigation underway

State Gets 27 Initial Inquiries From Private Companies Interested in Widening I-270, Beltway

The responses are the first step in the public-private partnership process

MCPS Decides on Two-Hour Delay for Friday as Bitter Cold Continues

Morning programs at school buildings are canceled; administrative offices to open on time

New Bethesda Mixed-Use Project Could Kick-Start Pearl District’s Transformation

Developer is proposing a 145-foot-tall building on the site of a parking lot

Homeless Man Found Dead in His Car Near Bethesda Grocery Store

Bethesda Cares was trying to help him find housing

Friendship Heights Apartment Building Evacuates for Fire

Firefighters have extinguished the flames

Police: Silver Spring Resident Shoots Teen Allegedly Stealing from Car

18-year-old was taken to hospital

Company with Rooftop Farm in Bethesda To Open Another, Bigger Farm at Pike & Rose

Produce will be available for local residents and restaurants in May

State’s Highest Court To Consider Rockville Teacher’s Whistleblower Case Against MCPS

Richard Montgomery teacher asked for legal protection after speaking to the press

Updated: Silver Spring Restaurant Lincoln’s Bar-B-Que Closes

Restaurant opened in March

Business Notes: Montgomery County’s Tallest Building Sold

Plus: Silver Spring holiday tree bikes to be donated

Police Investigate Two Deaths in Montgomery County

A woman’s body was found in a pond; a man was killed in an apparent homicide

Some Snow Expected To Continue Until Afternoon; Another Rescue from Car in Icy Water

News, announcements and other helpful links for Thursday

Updated: Closings in Montgomery County for Snow; Police Temporarily Activated Emergency Plan

Montgomery County offices are open, but senior centers and other facilities are closed

Updated: Montgomery County Schools Closed Thursday Because of Cold, Snowy Conditions

Classes at Montgomery College also canceled

Olympic Athlete from Rockville Began By Playing Street Hockey with Her Brother

Haley Skarupa will play on the U.S. women’s hockey team in next month’s Winter Games

Weekend Events: Celebrate the New Year with Ice Skating, Rock Climbing or a David Bowie Tribute

What’s happening Jan. 5-7

Leggett Proposes Cuts to School System, Other Departments’ Budgets To Meet Shortfall

Reductions recommended throughout Montgomery County government

Barnes & Noble Gets Ready To Say Goodbye to Bethesda Row

Bookseller to close its doors permanently Jan. 11

Rockville Project with Inclusive Community for Disabled Adults Could Break Ground in Fall 2018

Most of the 70 apartment units for Main Street at 50 Monroe Place will be considered affordable

Dozens of Water-Main Breaks Plague Montgomery County in Extreme Cold

Combination of cold water and old pipes causes failures in Bethesda and elsewhere

The Habit Burger Grill Expands To Gaithersburg

Chain also has a location in Rockville

Small Bites: Another Ethiopian Restaurant To Open in Bethesda

Plus: Three Kings Day at Jaleo; late brunch at Silver

In Reversal, Rockville Lawyer Thomas DeGonia Says He Won’t Run For State’s Attorney

Move could give incumbent John McCarthy clear path to re-election to a fourth term

UPDATED - Leggett to Begin Budget Forums This Month

County executive will hold five sessions across county to kick off fiscal 2019 operating budget process

Man Tried To Kidnap Girl in Takoma Park; Residents Complain Bright Lights of Walter Reed Garage Are an Eyesore

News, announcements and other helpful links for Wednesday

Public Gets Chance To Weigh in on MCPS Budget Plan on Thursday

Second of two hearings on $2.59 billion spending proposal is set for Jan. 10

Montgomery County Schools Continue To Deal with Heating Problems on Wednesday

Photo from Richard Montgomery showed temperature reading of 49 degrees

More Than 100 People Displaced by Series of Fires Over Cold Holiday Weekend

Fire department spokesman says number of fires “almost unprecedented”

Sold in Bethesda, Chevy Chase and Potomac: Dec. 26-Jan. 1

Notable homes sold in the last week
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