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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

Preserving the Past—One Freezer-full of Dresses at a Time

Work at the Montgomery County Historical Society’s textile conservation lab is open to the public

Fire Erupts at Clarksburg Recycling Facility; Quadruple Amputee from Silver Spring Walks Down Aisle on Her Wedding Day

News, announcements and other helpful links for Wednesday morning

Wanted by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office: Stuffed Animals

Donations needed for children at domestic violence resource office

MS-13 Member from Silver Spring Sentenced to Life in Prison for Racketeering Conspiracy, Murder

Twenty-eight-year-old was promoted within gang for his role in the 2013 killing, prosecutors say

Bethesda’s Paddle Ninja Moving Forward in National Competition

Gavin Ross, an Olympic canoeing hopeful, headed to Las Vegas for American Ninja Warrior finals

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

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

Fairmont Avenue Fountain? Break in Pipe Sends Water Soaring

Geyser shot from a temporary bypass line related to a water main project

Week Ahead: Pig Racing, Cheese Carving on Tap as County Fair Continues

Plus: Bethesda Magazine Restaurant Week offers deals to diners; Rockville officials meet to discuss highway improvement options

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

Three Woodmont Triangle Restaurants Closed Saturday

Failed lease negotiations led to closure of TacoArepa, 202 Donuts & Coffee and 202 Next Door

Silver Spring Sisters Found Safe, Police Report

The girls, aged 11 and 16, went missing Saturday

Strathmore Names Second CEO in Institution’s Nearly Four-Decade History

Monica Jeffries Hazangeles will take on dual role of president and CEO

State Sales Tax Holiday Starts on Sunday

Clothing, shoes, backpacks can be purchased tax-free

Hogan Joins Leggett To Announce Initiatives Against Human Trafficking

Trafficking cases rose sharply in Montgomery County from 2014 to 2016

Animal Cruelty Charges for Woman with 129 Animals; Vacation Days Ranked; ‘Travilah Eagle’ Capturing Attention

News, announcements and other helpful links for Thursday morning

UPDATED: Rising Junior at Blair High Killed in Monday Evening Shooting

Prince George’s County police obtained two arrest warrants in 16-year-old’s death, attempting to identify a third suspect

Plan Released for 2 Million Square Feet of Development Near Grosvenor-Strathmore Metro

The Strathmore Square neighborhood could supply more than 2,000 new homes

Teenage Girl Charged as Adult in Assault that Led to Fatal Hit-and-Run on Georgia Avenue

Defendants face assault, murder charges relating to death of Gregory Atwood

Hogan To Attend Groundbreaking; Senators Want Election Security Answers; RNC Links to Racy Page, Not State Party

News, announcements and other helpful links for Wednesday morning

Business Notes: Maryland More Open About Amazon Incentives Compared to Other Finalists

Plus: Fox 5 inks its lease for space in downtown Bethesda building; co-op goes smoke-free

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

MCPS School Bus Driver Charged With Rape, Abuse of Special Education Student Placed on Leave

Driver known as ‘Mr. Steve’ has driven routes for special education students throughout the county since 2006

Floreen Turns in 20,343 Signatures Supporting Independent Bid for County Exec

Elections board will determine if she has met requirement to appear on November ballot

Silver Spring Demonstrators Demand Answers in Police Shooting of Unarmed Black Man

Robert White’s sister, religious leaders, activists march down Colesville Road in protest


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