Bethesda Magazine

Montgomery’s Interim Police Chief Stepping Down

Laurel hires veteran officer to lead its 60-member force

Former Montgomery Executive Candidate Launches Think Tank

David Blair’s nonprofit homing in on education, business development and bridging gaps between ‘haves and have-nots’

Fewer Sparks At Hearing on I-270 Toll Lane Proposal

Some residents say widening project should focus on Germantown to Frederick stretch

Racial Equity in County Classrooms; Speed Camera Tickets; Support for Small Business

A sampling of reader feedback on Bethesda Beat stories

Council Mulls Requiring a Full-Time Schedule for Service Workers

Proposal would make janitors, guards and others eligible for employer-provided health insurance

Vehicle Swerves To Avoid Beltway Debris, Crashes

Six vehicles involved in mishap that closed I-495 during Friday rush hour

Police Pledge ‘Transparency’ in Racial Slur Investigation

Department responds to County Council request for more details about officer’s use of ‘N-word’ in front of black men

Swastika Drawn at Kensington Middle School Brings Denunciation, Investigation

Superintendent says people who engage in bias incidents ‘will face serious consequences’

School Notes: 850 Middle School Students Participate in ‘Invent the Future’ Challenge

Plus: School board recognizes Mark Mann award winner; Three middle schools receive state Green Schools Award

Tractor-Trailer Crash Snarls Bethesda, Beltway Traffic

Plus: County launches Sports Hall of Fame; Trash pickup cost State Highway Administration $46 million in five years

Opinion: Shifting Bethesda’s Bike Lanes into Higher Gear

Bike-To-Work Day provides a reminder of decades-old cyclist route plans that continue to take shape

Small Bites: Robeks Smoothie Chain Opening Rockville Shop

Plus: Chef of the Year hosts fundraiser in Bethesda; Silver American Brasserie expands vegan options

Elrich Supports State Bill To Require Independent Investigations for Officer-Involved Shootings

Executive signs bill governing probes of county police cases

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

The Art of Giving

Five years ago, John Myers went to the doctor thinking he had the flu and found out that his kidneys had failed. The Rockville grandpa never imagined that an acquaintance would save his life.

Table Talk

Little Beast chef Naomi Gallego, plus candy cakes from a Gaithersburg business, and more

Bridging the Gap

Two local moms started a business to help families communicate with teachers, doctors and others when a child has a medical condition

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