Bicyclist Sustains Life-Threatening Injuries When Struck by Police Vehicle in Bethesda

Officer was responding to 'routine call for service,' did not have emergency lights activated

Former Economic Development Officer Pleads Guilty to Embezzling Nearly $7 million in County Funds

Peter Bang, former COO of the Montgomery County Office of Economic Development, created a shadow company that was supposed to grow small businesses

Opinion: Is MoCo Becoming a Second-Class County?

Leaders need to take steps to compete

County’s Department of Health and Human Services Director To Resign

County’s Department of Health and Human Services Director To Resign

MCPS Taking Action To Address Concerns About Security, Maintenance Issues

Deteriorating school restrooms and pedestrian safety among concerns in schools

Planning Board Approves Permit To Build Independent Living Facility for Seniors with Disabilities

All but two of 76 proposed units will be reserved for low-income occupants

County To Sue FCC Over Radio Frequency Emission Standards for Small Cell Antennas

Exposure limit is currently 580 microwatts per square centimeter

Updated: Pedestrian Safety Remains a Challenge in the County

One person struck and injured by a vehicle in Bethesda, another hit in Aspen Hill on Friday morning

County Planning Board Approves Construction of Potomac Emergency Communications Tower

Proposal violates setback requirements, but board members say need to provide communications for emergency services is critical

County Police Say Vehicle Potentially Involved in Death of Gaithersburg Man

Investigation involving body found in roadway continues

County Council Mulls Budget Projections

Riemer warns financial challenges looming over next five years

Proposed Project in North Bethesda Would Produce 1,000 Residential Units

Development would be at corner of Old Georgetown Road and Executive Boulevard


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