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MCPS Among Those Affected by Data Breach on Exam Registration Website

Names, phone numbers, birthdays and last four digits of Social Security numbers were among the exposed elements

Bethesda Man Arrested on Child Porn Charges

Music instructor remained in custody Friday

Converting MCPS Restrooms to ‘All-Gender’ Could Cost $50K Each

School board exploring options to accommodate multiple genders

Hogan Vetoes Montgomery Delegate’s In-State Tuition Bill for “Dreamers”

Styrofoam ban, gender-neutral driver’s license designation automatically pass without action from the governor

Council Adds Money for Largest-Ever Expansion of After-School Program

‘Excel Beyond the Bell’ to be added to four high-poverty elementary schools next year

Children’s Inn To Hold Grand Re-Opening This Year

Nine months of ‘emergency’ work to fix roof wraps up

FAA Proposes Landing Procedure Change that Could Mean More Noise for Bethesda-area Residents

County official says agency  has “completely sidestepped” local working group

School Notes: B-CC Student Recognized for Volunteer Service

Plus: Daly Elementary receives national award; Career readiness camp registration open

Thursday Storms Cause Power Outages Throughout Region

Maryland, Virginia senators push for renewed federal Metro funding; Police search for missing Silver Spring teenager

Politics Roundup: Korman Reelected Chair of Montgomery County Delegation

Plus: Montgomery officials offer partial embrace of monorail idea; Feldman pleased with passage of clean energy bill

Small Bites: Fogo de Chão Sets Opening Date for North Bethesda Location

Plus: Pieology Pizzeria introduces plant-based protein toppings; Keto-friendly menu at IPIC North Bethesda

County Eyeing Renovations to 200-Plus Athletic Fields

Parks Department currently manages about 100 grass fields

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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