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Politics Roundup: Delaney Finishes Visiting All 99 Iowa Counties in 2020 Presidential Bid

Plus: Construction trades union endorses Hogan, Rockville executive to go up against Cardin on November ballot

Fairmont Avenue Fountain? Break in Pipe Sends Water Soaring

Police, partnership officials say WSSC is aware of break and headed to repair

Man Tests Doors of Rockville Homes in String of Attempted Break-Ins

Police release surveillance video in hopes of identifying the would-be burglar

Montgomery Parks Plans Hunting Operations in 46 Parks This Year To Thin Deer Herds

Archers, shotgun hunters, police sharpshooters participate in population control program

Montgomery County Police Release Surveillance Photos of Man Wanted for Bank Robberies in Wheaton, Chevy Chase

Same person attempted to hold up a BB&T Bank in Colesville and made off with money in Prince George’s County robbery, police say

Sold in Bethesda, Chevy Chase and Potomac: Aug. 7-12

Notable homes sold in the last week

Week Ahead: Pig Racing, Cheese Carving on Tap as County Fair Continues

Plus: Bethesda Magazine Restaurant Week offers deals to diners; Rockville officials meet to discuss highway improvement options

Pedestrian Killed Crossing Georgia Avenue on Saturday Night

Police have not released man’s identity

Flower Branch Survivors Hold Vigil at Site of Explosion; Confirmation Hearings for Kavanaugh To Start Next Month; Maryland Coach on Leave as Allegations Investigated

News, announcements and other helpful links for Monday morning

Three Woodmont Triangle Restaurants Closed Saturday

Failed lease negotiations led to closure of TacoArepa, 202 Donuts & Coffee and 202 Next Door

School Notes: MCPS Releases List of Additional Routes by Driver Charged with Sex Offenses

Plus: Sign up for Saturday School, new athletics logo unveiled, Montgomery Blair grad reflects on New York Times internship

Man Indicted for Manslaughter Related to Fatal March Crash in Potomac

Grand jury returned indictment for two counts related to deaths of two local men

Silver Spring Sisters Found Safe, Police Report

The girls, aged 11 and 16, went missing Saturday