Montgomery County News
The 14-story, 225-unit apartment building proposed for the former site of a gas station in Bethesda will include a public art piece made of more than 600 LEDs meant to simulate clouds and other weather patterns.
Two pedestrians were struck by vehicles in Montgomery County in separate incidents Tuesday morning.
Vaccination clinics will open Tuesday morning in Germantown, Rockville and Silver Spring. All 7th graders must have the shots.
The luxury movie theater chain coming to Pike & Rose in North Bethesda/White Flint will debut a restaurant with a prime view of the new neighborhood.
Beginning Oct. 5, 16 branches of the Montgomery County Public Libraries system will have expanded hours.
One of downtown Bethesda's last remaining gas stations could soon be gone if a bank gets a key development approval next week.
Montgomery County officials say a fence built last week in the path of the planned Purple Line light rail must be moved back.
Montgomery County officials are considering legislation that would require contractors or subcontractors who are doing business with the county to either use apprentices on the job or contribute to programs that do.
Restaurants and take-out places in Montgomery County may be banned from using food containers that aren't recyclable, including what is commonly known by its trademarked name, Styrofoam.
Montgomery County police say a man was struck and killed by a CSX train in Gaithersburg.
WTOP's Alan Etter reports
Montgomery County's newly minted parks director has canceled a 24-year-old festival because it coincides with the holiest day on the Jewish calendar.
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