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Beltway bridge’s new message is ‘Surrender Donald’

Plus: Richard Montgomery student to speak at UN; County liquor store in Olney closed due to COVID-19

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Montgomery County plans to double its number of traffic cameras

Plus: County needs another homeless shelter; County is five years behind on tree stump removal

Elrich suggests state should go back to ‘drawing board’ on I-495/I-270 widening project

Rockville Mayor Newton also voices opposition as hearings on environmental study conclude

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Chevy Chase traffic circle gets safety makeover

Plus: Nonprofit recreates Muslim hajj in Sandy Spring; Darnestown Liquor and Wine Store reopens after COVID-19 closure

Week Ahead: Debate over I-495/I-270 widening to ramp up again

Plus: Rockville City Council to discuss policies connected to pandemic; County Council to talk about COVID-19 relief funds

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Montgomery County playgrounds, park facilities reopen with restrictions

Plus: Major road projects will ‘significantly impact’ traffic; Driver seriously injured after pipe crashes through windshield on I-270

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Maryland making big money with ‘porta potty’ speed cameras

Plus: Tennis players come together to help coach after stroke; Hultzen, other stranded baseball prospects find backyard of dreams

County closes portion of Arlington Road in Bethesda to vehicles on weekends

Closures will be in effect from 9 a.m. on Fridays to 6 p.m. on Sundays

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Bills to put brakes on I-495/I-270 widening project stall as legislature adjourns

Barve pessimistic over future of passing ‘P3’ measures, blasts state Senate

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Accused ‘Potomac River Rapist’ wrote ‘goodbye’ letter to fiancée

Plus: Number of pedestrian deaths in U.S. rises; Ideas discussed for keeping faith groups safe

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