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Group Begins Work on Bill Giving Montgomery County Renters More Protection from Eviction

Silver Spring delegate says just-cause bill would require landlords to give reason for refusing lease renewal

Independent Senate Candidate Neal Simon Seeks To Raise Profile with TV Ad Blitz

Rockville businessman’s efforts supplemented by PAC formed to promote his candidacy

Montgomery Parks Plans Hunting Operations in 46 Parks This Year To Thin Deer Herds

Archers, shotgun hunters, police sharpshooters participate in population control program

Politics Roundup: Delaney Finishes Visiting All 99 Iowa Counties in 2020 Presidential Bid

Plus: Construction trades union endorses Hogan, Rockville executive to go up against Cardin on November ballot

Developers Invited To Submit Proposals for Mixed-Use Project at Bethesda’s Waverly Garage

County is looking to add another 135 parking spaces to the facility

County Officials: Increase in Sexually Transmitted Infections a ‘Public Health Crisis’

More cases reported among adolescents and young adults, data shows

Democrats Publish Opposition Memo; New Trains Need Fix; Police Seeking Coin Thieves

News, announcements and other helpful links for Tuesday morning

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

Deadline Looms for Floreen’s Effort To Petition Her Way onto November Ballot

Independent county exec candidate says she is “looking forward” to meeting the signature requirement

Local Learning Academy, Immigrant Advocacy Group Get Grants To Support AmeriCorps Members

A total of $4.6 million in funding was awarded to 21 Maryland groups

Hogan Says Local Leaders Are Worried About Elrich’s Possible Impact on Amazon HQ2 Decision

Republican governor said “anti-jobs” policies could scare off company

County’s Affordable Housing Program Is Getting Its First Major Update in More Than a Decade

Riemer’s bill requires more lower-cost units in affluent areas; Floreen’s gives county officials added flexibility

County Expands Its Role at Glen Echo Park Through New Agreement with National Park Service

Under the 10-year pact, the arts and entertainment venue will remain open if there are federal shutdowns

Rockville Man Charged with Killing Annapolis Teen; Delaney Offers Bill on Election Vendors

News, announcements and other helpful links for Friday morning

Council Passes Compromise Over Process for Awarding Stormwater Contracts

Going forward, the county will work with a single contractor to design, build and maintain the project

County Officials, Advocates Gather to Remember Lives of Homeless Residents

Memorial service in Rockville offered an opportunity to reflect and rededicate efforts on homeless prevention

Maryland Attorney General Joins Lawsuit Challenging Republican Federal Tax Reform Bill

Brian Frosh says cut to state and local tax deduction unfairly targeted Maryland and other Democratic-leaning states; nearly 277,000 Montgomery households claimed deduction

County Partners With Safeway To Replace Old Light Bulbs With Free LED Lights

Shoppers can exchange bulbs at Safeway stores throughout the county through Aug. 20

Week Ahead: County Council Expected To Tie Bow on Stormwater Contracting Compromise

Plus: Elections board to certify vote totals, school board to review early childhood education programs

Elrich Certified as Democratic Nominee in County Executive Primary

Blair will have three days to request a recount

Hogan Promises College Affordability Changes

At Universities at Shady Grove, Hogan also addresses possible Metro strike

Montgomery County Police Are Warning Residents About a Speed Camera Email Scam

Department only notifies violators by postal mail

Politics Roundup: Floreen’s Critics Dig Up Facebook Post Reprimanding Third-Party Voters Who Gave Trump the Election

Plus: Ashman crosses party lines to endorse Hogan; Riemer declares his support for Elrich as Democratic county exec nominee

Local Biotech Firms Can Soon Apply for County Grants

Matching funds will support research and development in Montgomery County

Metro Board Approves Plan To Eliminate Turnarounds at Grosvenor-Strathmore Station

The system intends to increase train frequency to Shady Grove in December

Comptroller Releases List of Delinquent Taxpayers

Montgomery County taxpayers among 20 individuals, 25 businesses who owe more than $12.7 million

Floreen Announces Start of Her Independent Run for County Executive

The at-large County Council member says she’s beginning to collect signatures to put her name on the ballot


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