Former County Official Sentenced to Four Years in Prison

Bang ordered to repay $6.7 million embezzled from Montgomery County

Metro Riders Demand Better Red Line Service

At public forum, customers say schedule hobbles businesses, students

Second Damascus High Rape Case Moved to Juvenile Court

Four football players accused of locker room hazing

Man Accused of Killing His Mother To Remain Behind Bars

Preliminary court hearing waived, no trial date set

Fire-Damaged Preschool To Rent Public School Classrooms

Temporary lease for College Gardens Elementary space being considered

Caretaker Sentenced for Repeatedly Beating Autistic Man

Plus: County manager who stole millions to be sentenced today; Germantown Topgolf for sale

School Notes: Potomac Student Wins Calendar Art Competition

Plus: Bethesda private school receives national speech and debate charter status; School system’s annual charity campaign underway; School board recognizes Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

Weekend Events: Play in a Day at Imagination Stage

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Man Dies After Jumping from Bethesda Hotel Atrium

Police investigators label the case a suicide

MCPS Stands Behind Test of Longer School Year After D.C. Program Fails

City schools demonstrated little progress in preventing learning loss during summer break

Gender-Neutral Driver’s License Bill Advances

Advocate says ‘X’ designation will improve life for high school students

Springbrook Student Is Finalist for State School Board

Closing achievement gaps, improving classroom technology are priorities for high school junior

County Tightens Homebuilder Licensing Regulations

New rules aimed at providing greater consumer protection

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Second Shift

Some of Montgomery County’s rescue workers are moms with a passion for helping others

Moody Blues

Design tastemakers are excited about a new hue this year—a serene blue with subtle green and gray undertones. It’s popping up in paints and home furnishings.

Glove Up

Using my fists to fight Parkinson’s

‘A Totally New World’

When a gunman opened fire at a Pittsburgh synagogue in October, everything changed for the head of a Silver Spring-based refugee resettlement agency

Shop Talk

Tie-neck blouses for work or play. Plus, a new Potomac boutique offers edgy athleisure clothes.

Get Away

Plan a weekend to visit our picks: a mountain resort, a new hotel in Charlottesville and an orchid exhibit

Bethesda Interview: Elisabeth Bumiller

The New York Times’ Washington bureau chief talks about how the job has changed under President Trump, and more

Cold Play

A Pennsylvania town embraces the chilly weather with its Fire and Ice Festival

What’s in a Name?

Our restaurant critic found top-notch Italian food at a restaurant with a quirky moniker

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