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Man charged with taking photos, video under woman’s skirt in Kensington

Police said he used his cellphone while in line behind woman at a store


Nursing homes that didn’t isolate COVID-19 patients face six-figure fines

Plus: Pet adoption fees discounted, waived through Aug. 30; Parkways will stay open for pedestrians, bicyclists

Montgomery County expects to have 38 ‘voting centers’ for general election

Concern about safety, staffing prompts state board to consolidate sites

Updated: JennyCakes closing in Kensington next month

Bakery has been in business for eight years

Protesters walk to Kensington home of bicyclist who accosted teens on Capital Crescent Trail

Group chants, writes messages in chalk on the sidewalk, in the street

Kensington re-elects its mayor

One incumbent, one newcomer voted onto council


Community celebrates 94-year-old man’s birthday with parade

Plus: Teens’ grocery shopping for their grandparents became national volunteer effort; Accidental house fire in Bethesda displaces family

Rate of COVID-19 cases in Montgomery County generally lower in affluent areas

Six Silver Spring ZIP codes among the 10 highest by percentage


Bethesda teacher’s project catches attention of Journey keyboardist

Plus: Daily ‘bad dad jokes’ bring levity to Kensington amid pandemic; Silver Spring man launches outlet for quarantined musicians, filmmakers

UPDATED: Group residences for elderly make up two-thirds of county’s COVID-19 deaths

47 senior living communities have had at least one coronavirus case

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