Accused Killer Disputes Finding of Mental Incompetence, Requests Trial

More psychiatric tests ordered for 21-year-old charged with fatally stabbing his mother

Battery Lane Developers Aim To Provide 375 Moderately Priced Apartments

Plans for redeveloping older Bethesda housing units show net increase of 1,021 units

Adventure Theatre Artistic Director Stepping Down

Michael Bobbitt joining suburban Boston theater company, says the move is ‘bittersweet’

Three Men Charged in 2013 Aspen Hill Homicide

Gun from 2014 killing provided a key lead for investigators

County Awards $200,000 in Security Grants to Faith-based Groups

Half of the money will go to Jewish institutions

Arts Magnet Program Considered for Woodward High School

Rockville holding school expected to first become home for Northwood High

Rockville Establishing Advisory Group In Effort To Boost Town Center

Reasons for business closings, revitalization plans getting fresh examination

Ridgewells Staying Put, Will Renovate Bethesda Headquarters

Catering company receiving $100,000 grant from county’s economic fund

School Notes: Choose Respect Conference Scheduled for April

Plus: Bradley Hills students to compete at Odyssey of the Mind World Finals; Silver Spring educator named Special Education Teacher of the Year

Maryland’s Urban Highways Busiest in Nation, Report Finds

Plus: Maryland Senate passes budget; Trial likely to be delayed for Silver Spring Coast Guard officer charged with plotting attack

Junction Bakery & Bistro Coming to The Collection at Chevy Chase

Fast-casual restaurant will have fresh baked goods, full bar

Purple Line is 10 Percent Complete, Project Managers Report

Opening date still uncertain for 16-mile light rail system

Bethesda Man To Compete in New Season of ‘The Bachelorette’

The dating show contestant is a Georgetown Prep alum

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Outside Investigator Considered for Internal Damascus Rape Case Investigation

Lawyers have claimed there is a ‘hazing culture’ in high school’s football program

Figuratively Speaking

A look at trash and recycling in Montgomery County, by the numbers

Tough Times

A Chevy Chase therapist talks about anxiety in kids, the power of social media and finding time to slow down

Facing the Pain

Four years ago, therapist Marjorie Kreppel suffered serious burns over 20 percent of her body. As part of her recovery, she started sharing her story.

A Taste of Frederick

The Maryland city is packed with places to eat and drink, from a shop with 100 varieties of pasta to an organic distillery with award-winning gin

Finding the Spark

How two college friends became something more

The Top Producers

Meet the agents and teams that sell the most real estate in Montgomery County

Standing Up

A young activist from Bethesda lobbied for a change in the county schools’ health curriculum

Things to See and Do in the Bethesda Area in March and April

Our picks for live music, theater and other entertainment

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