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Montgomery County has about 1,500 hospital beds. It needs 500 more.

County official says current supplies would only last up to three weeks under a surge

Will Jawando

Workplace harassment bill would change standard of proof

Measure adds references to sexual, discriminatory behavior

Updated: MedStar opens drive-thru coronavirus testing site in Bethesda

For Montgomery County health officer, shortage of coronavirus tests is frustration ‘times 10’


Child care providers must close

Plus: Andrés, World Central Kitchen donate more masks, serve meals; Takoma Park offering conversations for senior citizens


County might help fund hotel rooms for hospital staff, first responders

Lodging would be used for rest between long shifts

Unemployment filings in Montgomery were up 1,500% last week

More than 4,300 from county filed for benefits this month

Rockville leaders want to rework budget plan because of health crisis

Staff expected to reintroduce proposal to council on April 13


Novavax in Gaithersburg sees progress on coronavirus vaccine

Plus: State Board of Elections prefers only mail-in votes for primary; Maryland unemployment claims skyrocket

What to know about Montgomery’s $20M plan for emergency grants for small businesses, nonprofits

County executive answers questions about coronavirus relief measure


Rockville narrowly gives city manager emergency authority to suspend laws

Some concerned about allowing decisions without council input

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