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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

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

Businesses with fewer employees will have smaller increases

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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

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Local businesses will get priority for county contracts

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

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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

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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

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