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Morning Notes

By Aaron Kraut

Monday - 11/26/2012, 8:30am  ET

Fire Forces Evacuation of Home on Fernwood Road — Nobody was injured in a fire on Sunday afternoon that might have come from the garage in the home. Fire and Rescue officials are investigating. [More]

Major Company Considered, Passed On New Bethesda Office Space — The 4500 East West Highway office project almost had a major tenant in commercial satellite company Intelsat. But the company, operator of the largest fleet of commercial broadcast satellites in the world, passed on an aggressive incentive package from Montgomery County, possibly for lower rents in Northern Virginia. [Washington Business Journal]

Former Redskin Settles Into Life After Football At Landon — Former Washington Redskin All-Pro offensive lineman Tre Johnson tries to keep football talk to a minimum during classes with his freshmen students at the Landon School, the prestigious all-boys private school on Wilson Lane. [Washington Post]

Bethesda Brother-Sister Duo Donate Clothes to Sandy Victims — Abbi and Andrew Audas wanted to do more to help victims of Superstorm Sandy, so they set out on a campaign to collect clothing for delivery to hard-hit areas of New Jersey. [Washington Times]

Frosh Might Have Company in Attorney General Race — Bethesda/Chevy Chase State Sen. Brian Frosh last month revealed a long list of backers of his potential run for Maryland Attorney General in 2014. Last week, Del. Jon Cardin, of Owings Mills, announced his own Attorney General fundraiser. Cardin is the nephew of Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin. [Maryland Juice]