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Council Members Gain Empathy From Transit Challenge

Gaps in bus, train service commutes come into focus


Planning Board Candidates Urge Better Transportation and Housing, Community Input

Council Council interviewing seven candidates from among two dozen applicants


Outdoor Restaurant Smoking Ban Begins Thursday

While supporters say county law will improve public health, some businesses are fuming


Executives Knock County’s Economic Development Approach

Council gets an earful after reaching out to businesses for ideas


Anderson Appears Set for Third Term as Planning Board Chair

Five council members informally give endorsement during interviews


County Council Member Claims Racial Profiling after Police Stop for Minor Infraction

State police dispute Jawando’s assertion after weekend encounter in White Oak


Elrich, Once Opposed to ICC, Now Embraces It as Option to Beltway Widening

County executive suggests greater use of Intercounty Connector could eliminate need for Beltway toll lanes

Week Ahead: County Council To Interview Planning Board Candidates

Plus: School board to adopt budget Tuesday; Elrich to appear at taxpayers league meeting

Firefighters Union Warns Emergency Communications System at ‘Grave Risk of Catastrophic Failure’

In letter, governor is urged to expedite building of new system


Police Chief Finalists To Face Three Rounds of Interviews, All Closed to Public

Concerns over police mistreatment of minorities surface at public forum on search for top cop

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