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What’s happening Jan. 20-22

Incoming Sen. Van Hollen Says More Federal Aid to Metro Contingent on Reforms

But new member of Appropriations panel more upbeat about increased NIH funding

Van Hollen Won’t Be Your Typical Freshman Senator

Key role in Democratic leadership, seat on powerful committee await his swearing-in Tuesday

Georgetown Prep Grad Raises $200,000 for NIH Cancer Research with Souped-Up Sports Car

Andrew Lee was diagnosed with a rare form of kidney cancer when he was 19

Van Hollen Assigned to Banking, Agriculture and Budget Committees

Freshman senator also will serve on Appropriations Committee

School Board Approves More Than $411 Million in Capital Projects

Expansions for two Bethesda schools OK'd, boundaries set for new middle school in B-CC cluster
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Join Us Saturday, January 21st for our Game Time Wine & Food Event!

Cooking demonstrations and product samplings: 12-5pm Wine Tastings: 2-5pm

Newly Elected Van Hollen Gets Leadership Post, Will Head Senate Democrats’ Campaign Arm

Senator-elect will reprise role he played for House Democratic Caucus a decade ago

County Council Launches Cell Antenna Website; Scouts Collecting Food

News, announcements and other useful links for your Monday morning

The Dish & Dram To Open Next Week in Kensington

The restaurant is the second from the owners of The Daily Dish in Silver Spring

Council Committee Wants More Information Before Deciding on New Cell Tower Rules

No time constraint as panel weighs options

Labor Day Closings and Transit Schedules

Government offices will be closed Monday to celebrate the holiday

Suspect Held on $5 Million Bond in Stabbing Attack of Pregnant Teen in Kensington

Victim’s baby is in critical condition after being delivered during emergency surgery
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Three Resorts, One Incredible Vacation!

Enjoy 79 slopes and trails and 9 terrain parks between Seven Springs, Hidden Valley and Laurel Mountain with the Highlands Ski Package!

County Police Arrest Aspen Hill Man in Stabbing of Pregnant Teen in Kensington

Investigators believe the Wednesday afternoon assault was domestic-related

Maryland Mum on Reasons Behind Mosquito Spraying

Parts of Kensington, Gaithersburg sprayed in fight against Zika virus

Police Searching for Missing Kensington Man

Aaron Watkins, who uses a wheelchair, was last seen Sunday

Police Blotter: Theft from Vehicle Suspects Arrested; Strong-Arm Robbery in South Silver Spring

The following crimes were reported to Montgomery County and Rockville police Aug. 3-9

Restaurateur Jeff Black Is a Leader of Group Picked to Grow and Process Medical Marijuana in Maryland

The business hired the state delegate who led the legislative battle to legalize medical marijuana in the state as its clinical director

Police Blotter: Swimming Pool Burglary in North Bethesda; Assault in King Farm

The following crimes were reported to Montgomery County and Rockville police from July 27 to Aug. 2
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Bethesda Magazine Restaurant Week Is Here!

Click to see the list of participating restaurants, their menus and to make reservations.

Theft From Auto Suspects Found With More Than $100 In Loose Change

Police say men stole items from at least three unlocked cars in Kensington

Police Blotter: Man Reportedly Pulls Gun in Traffic-Related Argument; Teens Arrested for Drawing Graffiti

The following crimes were reported to Montgomery County and Rockville police from July 13-19

Peruvian Chicken Restaurant To Open in Kensington

The name may be familiar to some in the neighborhood

Kensington Library Supporters Remember One of its Most Determined Advocates

Jan Jablonski, a founding member of the Noyes Children’s Library Foundation, died Monday

Savannah’s Closes in Kensington

Longtime American bar and restaurant shuts its doors on Connecticut Avenue

MSI Plans to Pay Upfront for Artificial Turf Fields at MCPS Schools

Soccer organization hopes new fields at Whitman, Einstein high schools and Julius West Middle School can open next year
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