2017 Archives | Bethesda Magazine

Wind Chill in Negative Degrees; Three Rescued from Car Stuck in Icy Water

News, announcements and other helpful links for Tuesday morning.

Wootton Grad Named to U.S. Women’s Olympic Hockey Team

Haley Skarupa is on squad that will compete in South Korea next month

The Top Montgomery County Transportation Stories of 2017

From the dispute over Leland Street to the beginning of Purple Line construction, here are the local transportation headlines of the year.

Montgomery County Man With Rare Cancer Honored as NIH Fundraising Force

Andrew Lee uses his dream car to raise money to research rare cancers

New Round of Montgomery County Assessments Shows 8 Percent Increase in Value

State mailed new values for one-third of properties on Thursday

School Notes: Elementary Schools in Silver Spring Will Try Longer Academic Years

Plus: Logic gives Walt Whitman a shout-out; Potomac student to skate at national championship

Tommy Joe’s To Close in Kentlands

Bethesda location will remain open

Montgomery County Leads State in Number of Patients Who Can Buy Medical Cannabis

Across Maryland, about 11,000 people are certified to purchase the substance

Historic Buildings in Kensington Could See New Life as Part of Senior Living Facility Project

Developers proposed five-story building with up to 135 dwelling units

New Year’s Eve Events in the Bethesda Area

Restaurants and venues that are hosting New Year’s Eve specials, parties and events

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