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morning-notes

Bethesda painter creates ‘driveway gallery’ to cheer neighbors during pandemic 

Plus: Kefa Café to leave Silver Spring Library location; Chief justice was hospitalized last month after injuring head in fall

In lawsuit, former Gaithersburg High wrestler says he was sexually assaulted in unsupervised locker room

Similar suits filed alleging sexual attacks at Damascus, Seneca Valley high schools

County attorneys in Seneca Valley rape case say defendants can’t be sued for more than $400,000

A member of 2018 JV football team is suing, alleging he was raped in unsupervised locker room

morning-notes

County can give emergency funding to undocumented residents, judge rules

Plus: New county task force answers reopening questions, concerns; Montgomery County Agricultural Fair canceled

Some court functions resume, but no jury trials until early October

Many district court hearings done virtually since beginning of the month

Damascus High

Former Damascus High leaders cannot be sued individually in rape civil lawsuit, judge rules

Civil case alleges ‘culture of violence’ in football locker room

Harris, Dasgupta win at-large school board primary, will face off in November

In circuit court race, challenger earns chance to compete against four sitting judges in general election

Man sues Montgomery County police officer who kneed him in back of head during arrest

Jury convicted officer of assault in December trial

Lawsuit argues COVID-19 relief money can’t go to immigrants without legal status

State did not authorize payments, Judicial Watch argues in suit against Montgomery County

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