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Walt Whitman student picks up woodworking, sells pieces to help the homeless

Plus: Chevy Chase assisted-living facility’s COVID-19 tests went to lab shut by health department; Glenstone Museum opening Pavilions July 23

UPDATED: Bethesda house fire causes about $650K in damage

Elgin Lane fire on Thursday started in or around pool vacuum pump, according to official

morning-notes

Ideas offered on hiring, training and paying county police officers

Plus: Gaithersburg’s farmers markets return week of July 6; Woman attacked by Takoma Park police K-9 reaches settlement with city

Italiano to retire as CEO of Greater Bethesda Chamber at year’s end

Says coronavirus pandemic is biggest challenge during her 19-year tenure

Sold in Bethesda, Chevy Chase and Potomac: June 23-30

Notable homes sold in the past week

Bethesda woman organizes donation drive for Northeast D.C. residents

Items that filled tractor-trailer snapped up at church

As parents return to the workplace, focus is on child care providers

Centers reopening, hoping business will come back

morning-notes

Cubs add Hultzen to 60-man pool

Plus: Purple Line stations need safer access for pedestrians, planners say; Georgetown Prep alum tests positive for COVID-19, withdraws from PGA event

Bethesda neighborhood fights to save tree from sidewalk construction

100-foot Norway Spruce is more than 60 years old

D.C. bagel shop will set up in Bethesda on a trolley

It will be parked near Suburban Hospital

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