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Protesters decry shutdown order aimed at keeping private schools from reopening

Some point to transmission numbers, mental health as reasons for in-person classes

UPDATED: Gayles issues new order prohibiting reopening of nonpublic schools

Health officer cites different Maryland law; governor overturned earlier order

Theater company moves forward after firing artistic director over sexual harassment concerns

Flying V’s new executive director wants more welcoming atmosphere

State delegates from county urge MCPS to find innovative ways to provide childcare in the fall

Non-classroom employees, college students could aid in effort, delegates said

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Maryland will take over Purple Line project if agreement with consortium isn’t reached

State’s letter requests contractors to reverse termination of its subcontracts

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Gaithersburg ends write-in candidates in city elections

Council says bar to get on ballot already is low

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Montgomery County surpasses 18,000 COVID-19 cases

Daily growth rate stays below 0.5% on Thursday

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Communication failures compounded Metro Red Line derailment

Plus: Damascus Cougars youth football coach tests positive for COVID-19; Rockville nonprofit has provided over 3 million meals, 165,000 toys

Union claims county supervisor threatened to fire employees

Riemer denies MCGEO’s claim that he was retaliating behind scenes

Help for Black residents is goal of new $3.4M COVID-19 health program

Rice, Jawando spearhead effort to address health disparities

Man charged with six armed bank robberies in Montgomery County since 2012

Police said most recent was Tuesday at PNC Bank in Potomac at gunpoint

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Council approves order reopening tattoo parlors, tanning salons, more

But officials express concern about some terms of order

Montgomery County COVID-19 cases increase about 0.5% per day in past week

County has had 755 confirmed deaths; no new deaths reported Wednesday

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