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The Eight Most Fascinating Moments From Last Week’s Westbard Public Hearings

One resident brought a Monopoly board to make his point; another claimed the area should one day be home to a Purple Line station

UPDATED: Hard-to-Predict Storm Could Bring Significant Snowfall to Montgomery County

The northwest part of the county is under a Winter Storm Watch

Neighborhoods Remain Snowed In; Feds Shut Down Tuesday; Snow Removal in Downtown Bethesda

News, announcements and other helpful links for Tuesday morning

Group of Local Bus Drivers Claims $50,000 Powerball Prize

Metrobus drivers and co-workers will take home $2,500 each, before taxes

Blizzard Watch In Effect Starting Friday Afternoon

Some say storm has potential to be record-breaking, though predictions on timing and amount of snowfall could change

Rockville Man Pleads Guilty to Distributing Child Pornography

U.S. District Attorney’s office says Romeo Hillman had thousands of photos and 600 videos of child pornography

Real Estate Roundup: Bethesda’s Epicenter of Teardown Home Projects

Plus: Sales numbers for The Lauren luxury condos; open house at $2.3 million home near Landon School

Restaurant Owners Describe Problems after DLC Misses Holiday Deliveries

One Bethesda restaurant owner said he was left with an overabundance of beer kegs while a general manager said he didn’t receive eight cases of wine

Downtown Silver Spring Plaza Getting a Makeover

Developer behind Ellsworth Avenue project will refresh staircase and install new art display

Arts Preview: Maroon 5 Keyboardist PJ Morton Brings Soulful Sounds to Bethesda

Plus: Pianist Brian Gantz at Strathmore; interactive play for kids at Imagination Stage

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