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A time to give

In one of the wealthiest counties in the country, some families are struggling like never before. Amid the pandemic, about 100,000 Montgomery County residents don’t have enough to eat. Nonprofits are helping, but they’re facing tough times, too.

Holiday hounds

Many local families welcomed new dogs into their homes in 2020. This season, pamper the pooch with creature comforts from local stores.

Extra, extra

A Kensington sixth grader is trying to help keep local journalism alive with his own weekly newspaper

Rerouted

When the coronavirus upended our writer’s plans to go to Europe in June, she and her husband loaded up on sanitizer, face masks and cleaning supplies, and set off on a four-week road trip

Bethesda Interview: Dr. Travis Gayles

Dr. Travis Gayles, Montgomery County’s top health official, talks about the cautious approach to reopening during the pandemic, threatening emails he’s received, and whose opinion matters most to him

Best bets

Our picks for things to do and see in November and December

Table talk

A new pizza place in Rockville, and a Bethesda couple’s spirits company

Guide to Giving 2020

Ways to make a difference in our community

Hollywood east

Montgomery County plays a starring role in more than 100 films

Book report

New works from Bethesda-area authors

Harnessing the sun

Here’s what to consider when deciding if solar energy is right for you

Officemates

Dealing with pet antics when you're working from home

College bound

Where Bethesda-area high school graduates applied to college and where they were accepted

Rooted in love

A Gaithersburg couple who met in elementary school had a farm wedding that included a fig tree planting, a Blues Brothers dance, and the groom doing the worm

Pitch perfect?

How four local businesses fared on ABC’s Shark Tank

Survivor

As a child, Megan Mendoza faced leukemia, then a relapse and the bouts of depression that came along with it. Pediatric nurses had such an impact on her life that she decided to become one, too.

‘These tactics must stop’

Amid rising tension surrounding police conduct, Council member Will Jawando says he'll keep standing up for those whose voices aren’t being heard

The reimagined home

A front porch, multiple offices, an exercise room, touchless faucets, soundproof walls—pandemic life is changing the features and floor plans that local residents want

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