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Scenes from Blair High-Led Student Walkout and Demonstration To Protest Gun Violence

Hundreds of students are marching on Capitol Hill

16th Street Post Office To Temporarily Relocate To Silver Spring Library

The move is needed due to Purple Line construction

Updated: Walter Johnson High School Students Return to Class After Bomb Threat

Winston Churchill High also received threat this morning, but police determined both schools are safe

Poll Shows Hogan's Approval Ratings Remain High; Many Gubernatorial Candidates Are Choosing Female Running Mates

News, announcements and other helpful links for Wednesday morning

Baker Proposes Expanding Social Services During Tour of Montgomery County Homeless Shelter with New Running Mate

Prince George’s County executive explained why he picked a former Baltimore mayoral candidate to run for lieutenant governor

Four People Seriously Injured After Two Cars Crash in Aspen Hill

The injured, including a teen, were taken to a hospital as trauma patients
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Scenes from Blair High-Led Student Walkout and Demonstration To Protest Gun Violence

Hundreds of students are marching on Capitol Hill

16th Street Post Office To Temporarily Relocate To Silver Spring Library

The move is needed due to Purple Line construction

Updated: Walter Johnson High School Students Return to Class After Bomb Threat

Winston Churchill High also received threat this morning, but police determined both schools are safe

Poll Shows Hogan's Approval Ratings Remain High; Many Gubernatorial Candidates Are Choosing Female Running Mates

News, announcements and other helpful links for Wednesday morning

Baker Proposes Expanding Social Services During Tour of Montgomery County Homeless Shelter with New Running Mate

Prince George’s County executive explained why he picked a former Baltimore mayoral candidate to run for lieutenant governor

Four People Seriously Injured After Two Cars Crash in Aspen Hill

The injured, including a teen, were taken to a hospital as trauma patients

MCPS Students Walk Out of Class in Response to Florida Shooting

'I really feel like all of our lives are threatened and it shouldn't be like that because we're children,' a Montgomery Blair student said

Prosecutors: AR-15 Style Rifle Among Weapons Found in Home of Student Who Brought Gun to Clarksburg High School

Alwin Chen, 18, also allegedly had ‘list of grievances’ against other students

Latest Push for Special Elections To Fill Maryland Legislative Vacancies Gets a Boost

But bill’s sponsor acknowledges prospects for passage this year in Annapolis remain ‘unclear’

Multifamily Housing Development Could Replace Professional Office Building in Downtown Bethesda

Community meeting scheduled to discuss Auburn Avenue project

Denizens Brewery Co-Owner Previously Opposed Montgomery County’s $ 15 Minimum Wage Increase

Julie Verratti, gubernatorial candidate Alec Ross’s running mate, and her wife, Emily Bruno, ultimately supported the County Council’s effort to raise the wage, although Bruno initially testified it would cripple their brewery

Teen Wanted in Florida Killing Tracked to Silver Spring; Report Details Alleged Sexual Harassment in State House

News, announcements and other helpful links for Tuesday morning

Truebody Fitness Center To Open Next Week in Historic Bethesda Post Office

Studio to offer yoga, individual and group training

After Walking Dog, Somerset Mayor Returns Home To Find Intruder Inside

Young man walked through front door in early morning

Crescent at Chevy Chase Project Heats Up Again with Start of Purple Line Construction

Latest proposal contains slight reduction in overall unit count

Mix Bar and Grille Closes in Potomac

Silver Spring location remains open

Leggett Endorses Miller in 6th District Congressional Race

County executive said the state delegate has been committed to the people of Montgomery County

Police Blotter: Man's Marijuana Meetup With Snapchat Friend Turns to Robbery

​Crimes reported to Montgomery County and Rockville police from Jan. 24-30

Sold in Bethesda, Chevy Chase and Potomac: Feb. 12-18

Notable homes sold in the last week

County Police: Man and Woman Found in Parked Car Were Shot to Death

Two were found dead in Burtonsville parking lot on Thursday

Child and Adult Injured After Two Cars and Metrobus Crash on Rockville Pike

Bus had no passengers; police blocked lanes

Madaleno Names Former O’Malley Official To Join Ticket In Governor's Race

Luwanda Jenkins previously served as special secretary in the state Office of Minority Affairs

Gang Members Arrested in Beating of Young Girl at Kensington Home; Weather Results in Potholes

News, announcements and other helpful links for Monday morning

Ross Chooses Denizens Brewing Co-Owner as Gubernatorial Running Mate

Democrat cited Julie Verratti’s previous government work and experience running a small business as reasons he selected her

School Notes: MCPS Superintendent Writes to the Community about Emergency Readiness

Plus: Students to compete in transportation safety contest; MedImmune scientist visits child care center

MoCo House Delegates Reject Local Legislation To Roll Back Country Club Tax Breaks

Del. David Moon, the bill’s sponsor, plans to push statewide measure increasing property assessments for clubs

Volunteers at Westland Middle Don Hairnets in the Fight Against Global Hunger

Students, staff and families work together to package more than 10,000 meals

Updated: County Police Arrest Northwest High School Student in Connection With Online Threat

Montgomery County police received reports of threats at "10 to 12" other schools

Marriott Plans To Distribute $ 140 Million To Employees After Benefiting From Corporate Tax Cuts

Company CEO revealed it will contribute the funds to employee retirement savings plans

Politics Roundup: Democratic Central Committee Bars Dual Candidacies, Amid Protests From One Candidate

Plus: Frosh to run for re-election; environmental group backs Waldstreicher; building owners’ association offers endorsements in local races

PyeongChang – Day 9

Rockville mom watches Shaun White win gold, describes a (too?) close encounter with North Korean cheerleaders

One Injured After Vehicle Overturns on Beltway Ramp in Silver Spring

Also, vehicle fire blocked lanes on I-270 Thursday night

Authorities Investigate Online Threat Toward Northwest High School

MCPS: Officials have no evidence that the threat is credible

Silver Spring Man Killed in Prince George’s County; Businesses Evacuated After Carbon Monoxide Leak

News, announcements and other helpful links for Friday morning

Police: Man and Woman Found Dead in Northern Montgomery County Parking Lot

Detectives are investigating deaths as suspicious

Updated: Student With Loaded Handgun Arrested at Clarksburg High School

School officials and police officer on site located and confiscated weapon

New County Police Station Opens in Bethesda

Rugby Avenue building replaces Wisconsin Avenue facility

Townhomes Planned for Area Behind Cabin John Shopping Center in Potomac

Developer works to revitalize aging strip mall

Driver Charged After Boy on Skateboard Was Run Over by Car in North Potomac

Bystanders lifted Lexus sedan to free seriously injured 10-year-old pinned underneath

Hogan Says Maryland’s Amazon Pitch Will Be Finalized Shortly

Governor also criticized Montgomery County’s business climate during Rockville talk

A 200-Unit Multifamily Complex Could Replace La Madeleine in Downtown Bethesda

Developer prepares plans for mixed-use project on Old Georgetown Road

First Lady Makes Valentine’s Day Stop in Bethesda

Melania Trump visited kids at The Children’s Inn at the National Institutes of Health

Laura Wallen Killing Inspires Bill on Fetal Homicide; Two Red Line Stations To Close for 45 Days

News, announcements and other helpful links for Thursday morning

After Fire Ignited by a Burning Cigarette, Dietle’s Owner Hopes for Next Chapter

Says he wants to reopen North Bethesda roadhouse, but isn’t sure how that will happen

County Council President Seeks Details Related to Firefighters’ Treatment of Custodial Staff

Request comes after the county’s fire chief sent a memo to employees warning them about vulgar and inappropriate comments

SunTrust To Move to New Location in Downtown Bethesda

Company spokesman said property at 7500 Wisconsin Ave. will be put on the market

Hyatt Regency Bethesda Puts Finishing Touches on Two-Year Renovation Project

Hotel’s new Starbucks slated to open in April

Man Wielding Board With Nails Robs Downtown Silver Spring 7-Eleven

County police release surveillance video from store

Man Shot Outside Gas Station in Silver Spring

He is expected to recover; county police are looking for shooter

Most of County’s Annapolis Delegation Lines Up Behind Measure To Attract Amazon HQ

Half-dozen local legislators say they are undecided on bill, but no outright opposition expressed

Landmark Bethesda Row Cinema To Screen Documentary About 9/11 Hero on Thursday

Max Silver, who grew up in Chevy Chase, co-produced feature-length film about federal K-9 police Officer Isaac Ho’opi’i

Mystery Continues To Surround Bethesda House Fire Where Young Man Was Found Dead

County has ordered property owner to demolish house where underground tunnels were discovered

Local Businesses Prep for Valentine’s Day Rush; Rockville House Inside Cemetery for Rent; ‘Year of Frederick Douglass’ Announced

News, announcements and other helpful links for Wednesday morning

Hank Dietle’s Tavern Destroyed by Fire

Popular North Bethesda roadside bar "almost a total loss"

Money for Expanded Preschool, Hiring School Counselors Included in MCPS Budget

School board takes preliminary action on $2.59 billion spending plan

Four Suspected MS-13 Members Facing Federal Charges in Connection With 2015 Murder

Montgomery County man was found dead in Northern Virginia

U.S. Marshals Seek Silver Spring Man for Gang Killing in Frederick

He’s wanted in connection with the death of another Silver Spring man last summer

Four Montgomery County Communities Listed as Top 10 Most Diverse in U.S.

Study recognized Gaithersburg, Germantown, Silver Spring and Rockville

Portion of New Georgia Avenue Underpass Set To Open This Weekend

Opening represents a milestone in the major Glenmont-area road project

PyeongChang – Day 6

Rockville mom watches her daughter compete on Olympic ice and meets gold medal-winning retired speed skater Dan Jansen

Business Notes: Biotech Firm Chooses Gaithersburg for New Headquarters

Plus: Two Rockville real estate companies merge; Wydler Brothers launches new property database

County First Responders Rescue Worker Trapped in Trench in Bethesda

Man was partially buried under dirt but uninjured

Child on Skateboard Hit by Car and Seriously Injured in North Potomac

Parents and teachers helped free child pinned by car

Fire Chief Calls Out Firefighters for Inappropriate Comments to Custodians; Hogan To Sign Bill Ending Parental Rights for Rapists

News, announcements and other helpful links for Tuesday morning

Silver Spring’s The Classics Restaurant To Close

Colesville Road steakhouse will shut its doors Feb. 27

Regional Compact To Oppose Public Financing For New Redskins Stadium Appears Doomed

Move by Virginia legislature likely ends hopes for deal this year

County Police Investigate Death of Quince Orchard High Football Player

Detectives are reviewing circumstances with county prosecutors to determine if criminal charges are warranted

Jill Ortman-Fouse Declares She Will Run For Re-Election to School Board

Former parent advocate is pursuing a second term in the at-large seat

Bethesda Metro Center Developer Lays Out Two Scenarios for Plaza Project

One option calls for up to 600 residential units, while the other provides office space

County Police Search for Missing Silver Spring Woman

Her last contact with family members was seven days ago

Elrich, Trone Announce New Endorsements

Marc Elrich received Progressive Maryland’s backing for county executive bid; congressional candidate David Trone nets Rushern Baker’s support

Sold in Bethesda, Chevy Chase and Potomac: Feb. 5-11

Notable homes sold in the last week

Sierra Club Issues Endorsements in Primary Battles for Open Legislative Seats in County

Waldstreicher gets group’s backing in District 18 contest vs. Beyer for Madaleno’s Senate seat

County Investigators Look for Cause of Rockville Fire That Displaced Five

Fire investigators spoke to one person identified as “person of interest”

Update: Quince Orchard High Football Player Dies

Tyler Terry, a senior at the Gaithersburg school, remembered for his smile, love for family and friends

Driver Suffers Serious Injuries After Car Overturns on Beltway in Bethesda

Car went down embankment near I-270 spur early Monday morning

Week Ahead: Small Cell Tower Regulations Head to County Council; School Board To Discuss Updated Budget Proposal

Plus: Planning Board to review Ashburton Elementary expansion plans

Teen Sentenced in Gaithersburg MS-13 Killing; Paid Sick Leave Law Goes Into Effect

News, announcements and other helpful links for Monday morning

Bistro LaZeez Owner Looks To Sell Restaurant

Woodmont Triangle eatery didn’t renew its operating license this year

Catholic School in Rockville Cancels Classes Amid Flu Outbreak

Closure allowed school to do deep cleaning, archdiocese spokeswoman says

County Police: Woman Stole Cash From Eye Reconstruction Center in Bethesda

Surveillance footage of theft is released

School Notes: Bezos Donates $ 250,000 to Bethesda’s News Literacy Project

Plus: Local students win prize in Regeneron contest; Rosa Parks Middle gets special gift

Sale Possible Again for Lakeforest Mall

Petrie Richardson Ventures, developer behind Ellsworth Place in Silver Spring, could be buyer of Gaithersburg property, city official says

Valentine’s Day Specials in Bethesda and Montgomery County

Many area restaurants are offering fixed-price meals and wine pairings

Politics Roundup: County’s Democratic Central Committee To Vote on Conflict-Of-Interest Rules

Plus: Elrich, council candidates land laborers’ union endorsement; Fosselman plans to file soon in District 1 race

PyeongChang – Day 2

Olympics ‘just brings the whole world together,’ says Rockville mom in South Korea to watch her daughter go for the gold

Weekend Events: Former David Bowie Bandmates Play in Tribute; LGBTQ Youth Open Mic

What’s happening Feb. 9-11

General Assembly Could Seek More Input on Hogan’s Highway Widening Plan; State Senate Budget Chairman Will Not Seek Re-election

News, announcements and other helpful links for Friday morning

Helen’s on the Pike Closes for Good

North Bethesda restaurant shut down temporarily; owner doesn’t plan to reopen

Planning Board Gives Thumbs Up to Hotel, Office Tower at Bethesda Police Station Site

Avocet Tower will bring new level of design excellence to downtown area, planning director says

Tammy Darvish Will Not Run For County Executive

Local businesswoman said she’s focusing on other things

Business Notes: D.C.-Area Amazon Bids Encompass At Least Nine Sites

Plus: The Creig Northrop Team transitions to Northrop Realty; Waverly Gallery to celebrate 25th anniversary

First Responders Receive Three Calls for Carbon Monoxide in a Week

After fatal incident last week, three other county residents were hospitalized, and an apartment building was evacuated

MCPS Teachers Champion State Bill To Strengthen Elementary School P.E. Curriculum

School system ranks near bottom statewide in time spent on elementary school physical education

Moon Hopes Maybe This Is The Year for Marijuana Legalization in Maryland

State delegate filed a bill Wednesday that would allow voters to decide whether to legalize recreational cannabis use

Former State Government Staffer Recalls Sexual Harassment; Governor’s Office Walks Back Amazon Transportation Remark

News, announcements and other helpful links for Thursday morning

Truck Crashes Into Fresh Baguette Bakery in Rockville

No one was injured; driver apparently slid on ice

MCPS Leaders Explain Decision To Cancel Wednesday Classes

Weather closure means students will stay in school for one additional day in June

Montgomery County’s Lawsuit Against Opioid Manufacturers Expected To Be Folded into Larger Federal Case

Lawsuit filed Tuesday likely to be combined with hundreds of others filed by jurisdictions across the country
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