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Business Notes: Club Pilates opening in downtown Silver Spring

Plus: Montgomery Women honoring Circuit Court judge, local charity leader
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‘Growing tension’ between Montgomery County teachers, superintendent

Union president calls lack of communication over restructuring ‘business as normal’
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Updated plans filed for senior housing development in Rockville

Scaled-down project is on Fortune Terrace
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Development proposal on Avondale Street seeks 60 multi-family units

Meeting with more details scheduled for March

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Small Bites: Potbelly Sandwich Shop now open in Friendship Heights

Plus: Brews and Barrels opens in the Kentlands; BurgerIM closes in Wheaton

Week Ahead

Week Ahead: Gaithersburg considering consulting contract for study of mall property

Plus: School board committee to discuss extracurricular activity eligibility; Longer review period requested for project in White Oak area

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House approves measure to give more money for school projects

Plus: Driver in critical condition after Laytonsville crash; Men charged with stealing from homes in the region

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County officials celebrate launch of Bethesda’s small-business assistance program

Programs started at Regional Services Center in November

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Former diplomat’s daughter charged with killing Bethesda man in Rockville

Police say they were acquaintances, had fight in a home

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Woman reports that man tried to sexually assault her

Attack happened near Miramont Apartments in North Bethesda

State House

Supporters, opponents of bill on veto power over toll roads cross swords again

At hearing, sponsor ‘strongly’ takes issue with label of ‘NIMBY bill’

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B-CC student organizes fundraiser for injured custodian

MCPS spokesman says page’s description “doesn’t fit what we know”

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Edison 2.0

At the recently rebuilt Thomas Edison High School of Technology in Silver Spring, students are learning the latest skills in carpentry, law enforcement and more
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Think pink

No longer just for nurseries, pale pink is moving into the mainstream as a chic neutral for the home
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Directing dynamo

A Kennedy High School alum is making it big on Broadway with two hit musicals
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Bethesda Interview: Pete Piringer

The chief spokesperson for the Montgomery County Fire & Rescue Service talks about the 24/7 news cycle, and how he always seems to be out of town when big things happen
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Shop talk

How a PR guru gets party-ready; plus, a new store that shines a spotlight on local designers
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A modern classic

How Chevy Chase Village homeowners renovated an 1890s house to accommodate their busy family life
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Speaking Up

A Bethesda teen’s podcast showcases what it’s like to live with a stutter
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Adventures in pet sitting

Dealing with the unexpected is just part of the job
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A new beginning

When a Congolese family of 10 arrived here last year as refugees, a team of volunteers from St. John’s Episcopal Church made it their mission to help them

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