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Montgomery Officer Cleared in Fatal Shooting of Rockville Gun Shop Burglar

June death of 17-year-old boy considered ‘justified’
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‘Heartbroken’ and ‘Mourning’: Community Reacts to Officer’s Shooting Death

Officer Thomas J. Bomba died after a shooting in downtown Silver Spring on Monday
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Questions Remain Over County Police Officer’s Death

Department not commenting on possibility of body camera footage
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Vote-by-Mail Increases Costs for Rockville Election

City officials, candidates, say greater voter turnout would justify price

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Police Investigating Report of Inappropriate Touching in Chevy Chase

Incident is reported to have happened Sept. 26

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Lands’ End To Open in Congressional Plaza Thursday

Store will be chain’s first in the Washington, D.C., region

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Mail-In Voting Increases Campaign Costs, Rockville Candidates Say

Many increased their outreach to eligible voters as election draws near

U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Case on Resentencing of D.C. Sniper

Plus: Car catches fire on Beltway in Silver Spring; Gaithersburg could be getting a Royal Farms gas station

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Updated Farm Women’s Market Development Receives Positive Reviews

Chevy Chase, county officials praise more greenspace

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Updated: Montgomery County Officer Shot Monday Has Died

Department treating it as homicide, but ‘all options,’ including suicide, are possible

Hogan Supports Impeachment Inquiry

Plus: Driver injured after vehicle was hit by freight train in Kensington; Jose Andres takes pride in disaster relief work; West African king visits Bethesda


Bethesda Interview: Seth Goldman

The Honest Tea co-founder talks about becoming a vegetarian, a possible future in politics, and his latest venture, Beyond Meat

Make an Entrance

Manage the mess of coats, boots and backpacks with a stylish and organized mudroom

A Place of Their Own

Gwen Reese grew up in Sugarland, a community formed by free blacks after the Civil War. Now she’s devoted to preserving the heritage of her hometown.

Thinking Inside the Box

Three local families realize their dream kitchens without adding square footage to their homes

College Bound

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

All in the Family

An award-winning documentary captures the humor in two Chevy Chase brothers’ relationship

One Step at a Time

Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis two years ago, the owner of a Kentlands ballet studio won't the disease rule her life

The Battle

Kids are hooked on their iPads and video games. When it's time to turn off the electronics, life at home can get ugly.

On Point

Fifteen-year-old Bethesda fencer Honor Johnson is winning medals in competitions—and setting her sights on the 2024 Olympics

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