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Pedestrian Signals To Be Installed Next Year at Bethesda Intersection Where Crash Occurred

Two people were struck by a vehicle at Wisconsin Avenue and Middleton Lane

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State Previously Promised Signal Crossing Where Pedestrians Were Struck Friday in Bethesda

SHA agreed in October with residents’ complaint about safety; work has not started

Week Ahead: Gaithersburg Council To Discuss Lakeforest Mall Property

Plus: County procurement office to hold open house Wednesday, submissions for overdose memorial event due Thursday

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Review Group Says Six Montgomery County Schools Named After Slave Owners

Renaming proposal for Col. E. Brooke Lee Middle School sparks broader study

Mixed Feelings Among Rockville Mayoral Candidates About Vote By Mail

Incumbent worries about potential for voter fraud; challenger less concerned

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Proposed Elementary School in Gaithersburg Faces Opposition at Meeting Monday

Residents concerned about traffic impact, access to park amenities

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Cardin Talks Energy Policy, Transportation at Gaithersburg Auto Showroom

Senator says solar roof an example of needed infrastructure

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Sen. Cardin Tours New $400 Million White Oak Medical Center

Addition to Adventist HealthCare network to open Aug. 25

Week Ahead: Gaithersburg To Hold Meeting on Proposed Elementary School

Plus: Police to hold community event in Gaithersburg; Board of appeals seeking applicants by Friday

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