Business Archives | Bethesda Magazine

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


County’s minimum wage increases to $14 an hour on Wednesday

Businesses with fewer employees will have smaller increases


County finishes handing out $21M in grants to businesses, nonprofits

Awardees given up to $12,500; initially, maximum was set at $75,000

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

Centers reopening, hoping business will come back

Small Bites: Ice cream shop coming to Wildwood

Plus: Seafood takeout spot opens in North Bethesda


Local businesses will get priority for county contracts

They can be chosen even if they are not the low bidder


Lawmakers press Maryland DOT on highway project bidders

Plus: Westfield Montgomery mall reopens with safety measures; Rockville’s Park Adventures Camp opens for summer

Montgomery County Thrift Shop closes, unable to continue through pandemic

Store was in business for more than 75 years


Naval Academy rescinds offer for Montgomery County student who wrote racist messages

Plus: Cabin John liquor store reopens for first time since pandemic; WSSC warns customers about higher water bills

Leading Professionals »


    Get top stories in your inbox
    Exclusive deals from area businesses
    Including a sneak peek of the next issue
    The latest, local job openings straight to your inbox

Dining Guide