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Silver Spring Apartment Tenants File Lawsuit Over Untreated Mold

Lawsuit alleges years-long battle with management that refused to remediate ‘toxic mold’

Council Looks To Form Police Civilian Review Board

Goal is to increase transparency, says council president

Abortion-Rights Advocates Protest Strict Alabama Law

Rockville rally was one of 400 planned across the nation

Finalists Announced for Bethesda Painting Awards

County resident reaches last stage of competition

Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza Coming to Bethesda

Restaurant will take former Community diner space

Dental Assistant Convicted of Sexually Abusing Sedated Teen

‘This is every patient’s worst nightmare,’ prosecutors say

Pacci’s Pizzeria Lease Sold to Kaldi’s Social House Owner

Forest Glen location to remain in operation

Baltimore County Hires MCPS Administrator as Schools Superintendent

Plus: Montgomery County honors Vietnam veterans; Silver Spring to get bowling alley and public space

Money for 12 New School Nurses Fails To Make Final County Budget

Council agrees to add 2 mental health therapists, supports Linkages to Learning program

Sold in Bethesda, Chevy Chase and Potomac: May 14-21

Notable homes sold in the last week

Hooded Gunman, Accomplice Rob Glen Echo Drugstore

Clerk forced to the ground, painkillers taken in Sunday heist

Funding For 30 Police Officers Left Out of Budget Wish List

Omission comes at a time when police department is under a microscope

Male Prom Queen Challenges ‘Gender Norms’

Northwood High student later passes crown to girlfriend of dance’s king

Civil War Road Trip

Visit some of the lesser-known sites of the blue and the gray

Learning the Truth

Silver Spring resident Dorie Hightower thought she knew everything about her family. Then she took a DNA test.

Older and Stronger

A personal trainer helps clients—including some in their 90s—reach their full potential

Bethesda’s Hungriest Pig

Cabin John Regional Park’s talking trash receptacle has been intriguing visitors for decades

Vineyard Haven

These Maryland wineries are worth a visit

Preparing for the Worst

When it comes to keeping students safe from an armed assailant, local schools say hiding in a locked classroom is no longer the only option

Summer Soiree

An animal lover and a Lord of the Rings buff marry by the water on a scorching day in June

Things to See and Do in the Bethesda Area in May and June

Our picks for live music, theater and other entertainment

The Green Scene

Creating environmentally friendly landscapes with sustainable gardening

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