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Riemer, Elrich Duel Over Differences on Development

County Council president criticized his colleague for amplifying residents who vehemently oppose new development
06/22/18

County Police Charge Two in Robbery that Preceded Man’s Death in Hit-and-Run

Investigators continue to search for drivers who left the crash scene
06/22/18
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Parents Want Samir Paul for Delegate

Maryland has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to reimagine our schools. Samir Paul is the award-winning teacher and leader we want fighting for our kids.

In Field of 33, Election Night Odds Are on a Handful of Candidates in Council At-Large Race

Key endorsements, large campaign treasuries likely to play a major role in who comes out on top
06/22/18

Plan for Older Adult Housing, Office Tower Near Pike & Rose Gets Initial Approval

Two residential buildings could supply up to 364 dwelling units
06/22/18
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Mila Johns for Delegate District 18

Mila is a champion for the progressive agenda: universal healthcare, increased school funding and common sense gun control.

Six Bethesda Companies Make Washington Post’s List of Best Workplaces

Newspaper’s 2018 ranking is based on employee surveys
06/22/18

Julii Hires Executive Chef, Plans September Opening at Pike & Rose

French-Mediterranean eatery is ‘passion’ project of Cava owners
06/22/18
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Vote for Karla Silvestre on June 26

A parent, educator and experienced community leader: Karla Silvestre for Board of Education, At-Large

Community Kitchen in Silver Spring Church Aims To Make Use of Discarded Produce

Manna Food Center creates partnership to provide meals for county’s residents in need
06/22/18

Early Voting Numbers Nearly Double in Montgomery County

Voters at polls Thursday were divided on their choices for county executive
06/22/18
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Heritage Days Weekend

Explore local history, nature and culture at more than 40 FREE family-friendly events across Montgomery County June 23 and 24, from 12 to 4 p.m. Sponsored by Heritage Montgomery.

Bethesda Beat’s Voters' Guide: Candidates for State Senate

Here's what you need to know before you vote
06/22/18

Updated: Pedestrian Killed in Silver Spring Crash

Woman was struck while trying to cross New Hampshire Avenue
06/22/18
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Who Will You Vote For?

With dozens of candidates for local and state seats, it’s important be informed and vote. Montgomery Community Media will help you be in the know primary election day on June 26.

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Julii Hires Executive Chef, Plans September Opening at Pike & Rose

French-Mediterranean eatery is ‘passion’ project of Cava owners

Café Rio To Open Next Week in Rockville

Fast-casual Mexican restaurant joins locations in Germantown and Olney

Small Bites: Montgomery Parks Holds ‘Foodie Fridays’

Also: Silver Diner adds more vegetarian dishes; Rockville’s Mission BBQ raises money for USO

Slapfish To Open in July in Rockville

California chain to offer special ‘Clobster Cake’ that’s half crab, half lobster
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