2016 Archives | Bethesda Magazine

Incoming Sen. Van Hollen Says More Federal Aid to Metro Contingent on Reforms

But new member of Appropriations panel more upbeat about increased NIH funding

Raskin Looking To Transfer Some Teaching Skills from Law School to Capitol Hill

Long-time constitutional law professor to be sworn in Tuesday, hopes his expertise will help educate new colleagues

First Take: Community

Here’s a look at seven dishes served at the new downtown Bethesda eatery

Sold in Bethesda, Chevy Chase and Potomac: Dec. 25-Jan. 2

Notable homes sold in the last week

Police Seek Pepper-Spray Robber

Suspect took sunglasses from Friendship Heights store

Nine of 10 Highest-Paid Nonprofit Executives in Maryland Based in Montgomery County

Head of Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in Bethesda leads the way

A.G. Kitchen Closes in Downtown Silver Spring

Sign directs patrons to New York restaurant

Gaithersburg Gets Stricter Smoking Ban; Rockville Quarry Could Provide Water Storage

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