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Franchot Says Lane-Widening Vote Could Wait Until after Christmas

Changes to 270/495 plan would have major consequences for Montgomery County

American Legion Bridge

Environmental Groups Criticize Hogan’s Lane-Widening Proposal

Advocates argue that state hasn’t considered impacts of plan


Political Notes: Delaney Breaks Out Ab Roller to Promote Campaign Video

Plus: Fourth candidate joins 8th District race; County Council appoints first African-American female clerk

Week Ahead

Week Ahead: Council Committees to Discuss School Nurse Shortage

Plus: Public hearing scheduled for new parks acquisition; School board to vote on capital improvements budget


Revised 5G Antenna Bill Reignites Debate in Montgomery County

Opponents say technology could harm health, but little concrete evidence exists


As Friction between Union, Department of Health Intensifies, Police Called To Intervene

Employees and managers at odds over years of ‘deep-seated issues’

Equity commitee

Montgomery Racial Equity Bill Gets Final Amendments

Cost of changes uncertain; council to vote on Tuesday


Political Notes: Trone Will Host Fundraiser with Pelosi

Plus: Delaney to air 30-minute informercials in Iowa, current chair of Montgomery County Democratic Party steps down


Improvements to American Legion Bridge Threaten Showdown Over Parkland

Local officials weren’t notified about plan to reprioritize toll lanes along I-495

ED press conference

Updated: Elrich Opposes Affordable Housing Targets in Council’s Economic Development Plan

Joint press conference was meant to highlight agreement between branches

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Gold's Gym

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The Arc Montgomery County

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American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Commercial Litigation Associate Attorney |

Stein Sperling Bennett De Jong Driscoll

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American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

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