Montgomery County News
The owner of the building that housed the popular Red Tomato Cafe has filed another lawsuit against the developer and construction contractors of a next-door apartment building.
A Montgomery County police officer let a suspected drunk driver know exactly how he felt after the driver hit the officer with his car.
D.C.-based developer 1788 Holdings is going big on Bethesda's high-end condo market, where it is planning to build 40 luxury residential units with an asking price in excess of $2.5 million.
The so-called "Drybar Bill" went into effect Tuesday, which the Bethesda Row location of the hair salon chain celebrated with a proclamation from Gov. Martin O'Malley.
Washington Property Company has broken ground on the 139-unit, 12-story apartment building coming to the former site of Eastham's Exxon Servicenter on Wisconsin Avenue.
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