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Strathmore Names Second CEO in Institution’s Nearly Four-Decade History

Monica Jeffries Hazangeles will take on dual role of president and CEO

Week Ahead: Police Officers, Community To Gather for 35th Annual National Night Out

Plus: Film about life of Josiah Henson gets two screenings in Silver Spring; elections board to start validating Floreen’s signatures; fair begins

Where To Watch Outdoor Movies Around the County

Popular blockbusters will be displayed on screens in downtown Bethesda, Silver Spring, North Bethesda and Rockville

Documentary Sharing Suicide Survivors’ Stories To Be Screened Wednesday

The event at Landmark Bethesda Row Cinema is a partnership between area hospitals and nonprofits to promote suicide prevention

Week Ahead: Public Hearings on Stormwater Project Contracting, Bicycle Master Plan

Plus: Proposed Bethesda office tower heads to Planning Board; soul band playing free concert Thursday

Police Officers at Bethesda Station Get a Turn With Stanley Cup

Washington Capitals analyst and Bethesda native Tim Ohashi stopped by for a visit

Week Ahead: July 4 Closings and Ballot Counts Resume

Plus: Heat wave continues

Where to Watch Fireworks and Celebrate the Fourth of July in Montgomery County

Parades and firework displays in Rockville, Kensington, Takoma Park and Germantown

Tickets Go On Sale Today To Get Photos With Washington Capitals Star John Carlson and the Stanley Cup at Bethesda Row

The July 4 event will benefit a local charity and those attending can pay for a photo with the player

Nonprofit To Host Fifth Annual Fit Fathers Day in Downtown Silver Spring

‘The idea for it is for dads to do something life-enhancing for an hour with their families,’ says founder of local group that provides healthy-living strategies for men

Business Notes: Maryland Among Locations That Could Host 2026 World Cup Games

Plus: Amazon prevails in showdown with Seattle over new tax; Gaithersburg biopharma company receives multimillion dollar investment

Small Bites: Asian Food Hall ‘The Spot’ To Open in July in Rockville

Plus: ‘Yappy Hour’ returns to downtown Bethesda; Caddies Bar and Grill hosts World Cup watch parties

Fans of ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ Author Flock to Bethesda Row for Book Launch

Women gather to meet Laura Weisberger, take a yoga class and sip cocktails

Owen’s Ordinary and The Daily Dish Win RAMMY Awards

Bethesda resident and Jaleo owner Jose Andres and local kabob chain also honored in annual contest sponsored by the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington

Walt Whitman Senior’s Play Tackles Teen Mental Illness and Substance Abuse

Thursday night’s production at Potomac United Methodist Church was first for young playwright

Imagination Bethesda Canceled Due To Weather Forecasts

Inclement weather and thunderstorms predicted for Saturday

Video/Photos: 2018 Best of Bethesda Party

About 650 people attended annual bash Wednesday night at Hyatt Regency Bethesda.

Week Ahead: Delegate Candidates for Districts 18 and 19 To Meet at Forums This Week

Plus: County youth summit Thursday; funk band to play free Bethesda concert Thursday

As Democrats Battle, Hogan Remains Quiet; Registration Now Open for Summer Parks Activities

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