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Maryland likely to be on hook for millions to save Purple Line project, analysts say

Plus: Black Lives Matter protest held in Gaithersburg for third weekend in a row; Trone introduces ‘Ban the Box’ legislation

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Purple Line opponents file appeal in lawsuit against Maryland light-rail project

Plus: Metro will require face coverings starting on Monday; Pet pantry in Gaithersburg makes sure animals don’t go hungry

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Extra time expected to build ‘crash wall’ for Purple Line

Plus: B-CC senior using free time to help MCPS community; ‘Reopen Maryland’ protest planned

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Ride On passengers must use face coverings

Plus: MCPS offers ‘Mindful Moment’ videos to help manage stress; In Bethesda, a small enclave holds back the McMansions

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Final Purple Line lawsuit rejected

Plus: Metro wants passengers to wear face covering; Free online classes through Senior Planet Montgomery

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Court orders company to restore $28 million to employee benefit plans

Plus: Metro reducing train, bus hours; Clarksburg teacher continues to rap

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The tale of a Nile cruise that spawned an international coronavirus outbreak

Plus: Montgomery residents push back on proposed changes to bus routes; Ranger Surplus in Rockville to close

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Marine from Germantown killed in Iraq

Plus: Housing prices rise as Purple Line is built; Firefighters help celebrate each Ovechkin goal

WMATA meeting

Transit supporters speak up to save bus service

County Council members invite feedback on WMATA’s planned cuts

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Federal judge who lives near future Chevy Chase Lake Purple Line station recuses himself from lawsuit

He says a ruling could affect him ‘personally and financially’

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