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Updated Plans Add More Housing to Lutheran Church’s Bethesda Site

Residential project on Old Georgetown Road could have 310 units

Prosecutors Seeking Life in Prison for Rapist

Man identified through genealogy report

Cell Designs Cited in Two Inmate Suicide Cases

Federal report on county’s main lockup examines deaths; suggestions for changes are redacted

Bethesda Contestant Skates Through Week 2 of ‘The Bachelorette’

Joey Jones goes on a roller derby group date with Hannah Brown

Police Blotter: Merchandise taken from Westfield Montgomery Mall; Thefts from Vehicles in Bethesda, Silver Spring

Crimes reported to Montgomery County and Rockville police from April 28 through May 4

Door Problem Leaves Metrorail Riders in a Jam

Some rail cars pulled in ‘voluntary safety action’

New Catholic Leader Being Installed Today for Washington Archdiocese

Plus: Pelosi, Raskin clash over impeachment; Potomac mansion includes equipment for fixing cars

Blake High School Evacuated after Bomb Threat

Classes disrupted for more than an hour

Service on Three Ride On Bus Routes Being Reduced

Council agrees to plan that avoids cuts on four other lines

Cyclist Critically Injured after Crashing on River Road

Police looking for driver of SUV that encountered riders

Adult School Staffer Attended Party Where Students Were Drinking

Quince Orchard High principal ‘deeply troubled’ by behavior

StoryCorps Project Recording History Stories in Montgomery County

Mobile studio parks in Silver Spring to gather tales from yesteryear

Elrich Wants Legislation To Preserve Affordable Housing

Lower income residents need opportunities for ownership, county executive says

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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