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County chooses 10 indicators as guide for potentially tightening COVID-19 restrictions

Benchmarks include daily cases, test positivity, transmission rate

Elrich wants to lower fees for third-party food delivery apps

Rockville tried unsuccessfully to do so earlier this year


More than half of money for county’s COVID-19 relief programs spent or allocated

Officials to request $120M in FEMA reimbursements by end of year

Panel will look at how to divide County Council districts

Applications for redistricting commission due Monday

In final comments on I-495/I-270 study, regional planning agency reiterates objections

‘Hundreds of technical comments’ included in feedback to state on toll-road proposal


Video of election worker darkening oval on ballot goes viral

Plus: School leaders ask state for guidelines on COVID-19 vaccines, outbreak; $237K in grants awarded to 22 farms

Council disagrees on potential change in upcounty impact taxes on new housing units

Proposed growth policy calls for removing residential building moratorium


Late-night alcohol sales safe from suspension for now, official says

Executive order requires shutdown if certain criteria reached


Bethesda student chosen for national board of gun violence prevention group

Plus: New parking rates go into effect in Silver Spring on Nov. 2; Montgomery, Prince George’s customers owe WSSC Water $58.4M

County has processed more than 365K vote-by-mail applications

Board of Elections ‘rapidly burning’ through personnel budget

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