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Montgomery County COVID-19 cases increase 0.41% in one day

County's total reaches 22,512 confirmed cases

Opinions mixed on support for police bargaining, disciplinary changes

Some say modifications are not enough; others say they’re too restrictive

A look inside the new Seneca Valley High School

State’s largest school is new upcounty hub for career, technical education programs

Dolcezza gelato closing five locations next month, including Bethesda Row

D.C.-area chain posted message that COVID-19 was responsible for the closure

Nearly 1% of nation’s fastest growing companies are in Montgomery, according to magazine ranking

The top local business on the list is mPower in North Bethesda

Business Notes: Willco Construction names new CEO

Plus: County partners with residential building in Rockville to provide internet service; Office Depot closing in Rockville Nov. 14

morning-notes

Cars vandalized with BB gun in Rockville

Plus: Hundreds sign petition to save downtown Silver Spring fountain; Olney Theatre Center furloughs 50% of staff

Small Bites: European-style bakery to open in Kensington

Plus: District Taco in Silver Spring can offer alcohol; El Sapo adding 20% COVID service charge

Driver injured in Interstate 270 crash expected to recover

State police say ‘unsafe’ lane change was cause

Eggspectation closes in Silver Spring

Restaurant cited ‘current climate’ as reason for closure in Facebook message

Attman’s Deli opens in Park Potomac

New location offers same 105-year-old recipes

One seriously injured in crash on I-270 Sunday night

Another person taken to hospital with injuries not seen as life-threatening

61 new COVID-19 cases recorded in Montgomery County on Monday

Three more deaths added; county’s total rises to 807

Sold in Bethesda, Chevy Chase and Potomac: Sept. 15-22

Notable homes sold in the past week

‘These tactics must stop’

Amid rising tension surrounding police conduct, Council member Will Jawando says he'll keep standing up for those whose voices aren’t being heard

The reimagined home

A front porch, multiple offices, an exercise room, touchless faucets, soundproof walls—pandemic life is changing the features and floor plans that local residents want

Making weaves

Rattan and cane are not just for the porch anymore

On the front lines

Meet 13 local medical heroes who are fighting to save lives as the pandemic rages on

From a distance

Montgomery County Public Schools scrambled to provide remote learning last spring when the pandemic forced schools to close. With instruction continuing online this fall, many question whether the district can meet the challenge.

Bethesda interview: Police Chief Jones

The chief of the Montgomery County police talks about George Floyd’s death, what he told his own kids about dealing with law enforcement, and one of his proudest moments

Extraordinary educators 2020

Six local teachers who are making a difference—from sharing life lessons with fifth graders to instilling confidence in high school students struggling with algebra

The fixer

As director of U.S. Rep. Jamie Raskin’s district office, Kathleen Connor recently found herself helping worried parents whose kids were stuck overseas

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