Bethesda Magazine

School board candidates’ priorities have shifted since COVID-19 pandemic began

Candidates agree focus now is on returning students, staff to school buildings

Union leader reflects on history of labor relations in Montgomery County’s public sector

Renne’s tenure goes back four decades, spanning five county executives

Rockville will review its charter

11-member commission will look at size of council, term limits, and more

School board says building projects still a priority as enrollment tails off

Superintendent anticipates rebound in students later, recommends adding more space

Business Notes: Moda Salon Studios opens in Bethesda

Plus: Jose Andres’ World Central Kitchen recognized by Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce

Police Blotter: Money stolen from Bethesda Montessori School

Crimes reported to Montgomery County police Oct. 11 through 17

County’s COVID-19 case total increases by 134 since Sunday

Monday is sixth straight day county added more than 100 cases


Rice is co-chair of national broadband task force

Plus: Purple Line uncertainty leaves Maryland residents, businesses in limbo; Large tree limb falls on Chevy Chase home, displaces family

Some Bethesda Avenue businesses want more space for customers to wait outside

County working with business owners, Federal Realty


Rockville motorcyclist dies after two-vehicle crash

Crash occurred on Norbeck Road in Colesville area

Coronavirus dept of health photo

Montgomery County reports 107 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday

County adds one confirmed death; new total is 824

Opinion: There are good reasons to give incentives for Metro development

Council should override executive’s veto, help attract affordable housing

Opinion: At-large representation a tool to squelch minority voices

Justice Department, courts have found structure to be discriminatory

Guide to Giving 2020

Ways to make a difference in our community

Hollywood east

Montgomery County plays a starring role in more than 100 films

Book report

New works from Bethesda-area authors

Harnessing the sun

Here’s what to consider when deciding if solar energy is right for you


Dealing with pet antics when you're working from home

College bound

Where Bethesda-area high school graduates applied to college and where they were accepted

Rooted in love

A Gaithersburg couple who met in elementary school had a farm wedding that included a fig tree planting, a Blues Brothers dance, and the groom doing the worm

Pitch perfect?

How four local businesses fared on ABC’s Shark Tank


As a child, Megan Mendoza faced leukemia, then a relapse and the bouts of depression that came along with it. Pediatric nurses had such an impact on her life that she decided to become one, too.

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