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County To Modify Goldsboro Road Widening Project

‘More environmentally sensitive solution’ considered after concerns voiced over tree removal
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MCPS Graduation Rate Drops for Third Straight Year

Influx of unaccompanied minors contributed to decrease, school officials say

Revised Accessory Apartment Plan Sets Limits on Size

Amendments would also ease restrictions on parking requirements

Higher Parking Rates in Bethesda, Kensington Considers Lower Voting Age and Performance on AP Tests Declines

A weekly sampling of reader comments from the most-read Bethesda Beat stories

Forest Glen Fatal House Fire Investigated by Police

No foul play is suspected, cause remains undetermined

Potomac Woman Dies Days After Being Struck in Parking Lot

Five pedestrians have been killed this year in Montgomery County

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School Notes: Student School Board Member Election Wednesday

Plus: Gaithersburg student honored for volunteer service; Maryland one of six states selected to expand school breakfast

Longtime Gaithersburg Coach Being Treated For Cancer

Plus: Report says two finalists emerge to buy Clyde’s Restaurant Group; Hogan calls special session to elect new Maryland House speaker

Bethesda Millionaire Will Not Testify in His Murder Trial

Defense wraps up its case, jury deliberations expected to begin next week

‘Lethal and Remorseless Career Criminal’ Gets Life in Prison for Murder

Prosecutors sought maximum sentence for Silver Spring man

Weekend Events: Hike & Seek at Locust Nature Center; Murder Mystery at AMP

What’s happening April 19-21

County Man Arrested on Child Pornography Charges

Task force investigation uncovered evidence in February, police said

Montgomery College Tuition Rising for Second Consecutive Year

Increase is about 3% for all students

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In the Mood for Mexican

Here are 10 offerings that highlight the crunchy, cheesy, citrusy, picante deliciousness of Mexican dishes and the food inspired by them
Crystal Carr Townsend at her Germantown office

On a Mission

As president of the Healthcare Initiative Foundation, Crystal Carr Townsend wants to make sure families living in poverty have the health and wellness services they need

Amenity Wars

Bethesda-area apartments and condos are taking luxury living to the next level

Home Sales Highlights and Trends

A look at 2018 real estate numbers in the Bethesda area

A Piece of the Past

Nearly 75 years after his father served in World War II, a Rockville attorney heard from a French count with ties to his family

Where Are They Now?

For the 10th year of the Bethesda Magazine Extraordinary Teen Awards, we checked in with some past winners
Eupepsia Wellness Resort

Weekend Adventures

A Guinness brewery, a hotel with a rock ’n’ roll theme and more

Making Their Marks

Meet the winners of Bethesda Magazine’s 2019 Extraordinary Teen Awards

Restaurant Review: El Sapo Cuban Social Club

Our critic checks out the new Silver Spring spot from the chef-owner of Urban Butcher

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