2014 Archives | Bethesda Magazine

7770 Norfolk Celebrates Reaching its Height

Construction managers of 17-story Woodmont Triangle apartment say building should be finished in November

Q&A: Chef Mike Isabella

Celebrity chef will be opening a Greek restaurant in Bethesda

Police Blotter: Assault Reported at Bethesda Bar; Buildings Vandalized in Kensington

The following incidents were reported to Montgomery County police from Dec. 22 to 30

Three Bethesda, Chevy Chase Homes among Area’s Top 10 Most Expensive Homes Sold Last Year

The Montgomery County home prices ranged from $7.3 million to $8.6 million, while the most expensive home sold for $20 million in Dupont Circle

Weekend Events: Fun Run and Breakfast; The Devil Makes Three

A roundup of local events happening this weekend in the Bethesda area

Start School Later Group: 20-Minute Later Start Time Recommendation is a ‘Sham’

The Montgomery chapter of a national advocacy group says all county middle and high schools should start later than 8:30 a.m.

Renderings of Isabella Restaurant Show Bright, Informal Space

Celebrity chef says Greek concept will have ‘kitchen-y style’ at its location on Elm Street in Bethesda

Striking Trash Haulers to Return to Work Thursday

Union agrees to mediation with Unity Disposal

Small Bites: Gusto Looking at May Opening in Bethesda; Ted’s Bulletin Opens Next Month in Gaithersburg

Plus: Several Chevy Chase and Bethesda restaurants to participate in Washington, D.C.’s restaurant week later this month

Community Meeting Scheduled to Detail Rockwood Manor Special Park Study

Study began nearly a year ago after community aired noise complaints about the Potomac park and event center

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