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Convicted Killer in 2005 Slaying of Rockville Woman Continues Appeal

Circuit court allows Bowie man to pursue challenge

Marriott International Facing Lawsuit by D.C. Attorney General

Plus: Steer rescued from ditch in Boyds; president of Bethesda construction company dies

Police Blotter: Burglary at The Dollar Store in Silver Spring; Property Taken from Multiple Silver Spring Residences

Crimes reported to Montgomery County and Rockville police from July 28 through Aug. 3

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Custody of Rape Suspect Sparks Dispute Between Montgomery County, ICE Officials

Suspect released after ICE filed detainer last week

Man Accused of Spending $9,800 with Stolen Credit Cards

Police say thefts and purchases happened at Costco in Wheaton

Court Proceedings Conclude In Two Damascus Locker Room Rape Cases, Report Says

Outcomes were behind closed doors, not made public

MCPS Student ‘Data Deletion Week’ Begins

Purge includes student internet search history, emails

Gaithersburg Man Killed in Motorcycle Crash in Frederick County

I-270 shut down for more than four hours on Saturday

Paint Branch High School Graduate Killed in Fairland Homicide

Victim shot in backyard of home; police looking for shooter

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Book Report

Four new reads by local authors
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Finding Joy

A Rockville bride overcame family tragedy and made the best of her special day
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Shop Talk

Cover-ups and hats for summer, plus a new store at Pike & Rose
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Ready for the Call

At the new Montgomery County Public Safety Training Academy, emergency responders prepare for the worst
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In Bloom

Big, bold floral prints are showing up all over home décor, and we’ve picked some local favorites to brighten the season
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Trading Places

An Afghan immigrant is giving back to the community that helped him start a new life
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Finding the Words

Speech therapists at the Stroke Comeback Center in Rockville are helping survivors recover their communication skills—and connect with others facing similar challenges
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‘Cuban to the Bone’

Raynold Mendizábal left his country on a raft 25 years ago and ended up spending a year at Guantanamo Bay. Now the Havana-born chef owns two Silver Spring restaurants and solves mathematical equations for fun.
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Sail Away

A local program teaches Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School students and others the art of competitive racing

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