Montgomery County News
Montgomery County Planning Director Gwen Wright went on WAMU's "The Kojo Nnamdi Show" Thursday and reiterated the agency's hope for more affordable housing and better public spaces in the future downtown Bethesda.
Montgomery County Police used plains clothes officers to bust a number of customers for alcohol violations at the popular Clyde's Tower Oaks Lodge restaurant in Rockville.
School starts in less than two weeks in Montgomery and Prince George's counties and D.C., and when school bells begin ringing Aug. 25, some children will need proof they've complied with new school immunization requirements.
A fire that inspectors say is suspicious in nature destroyed a playground in Germantown Wednesday night.
Almost three weeks after a federal judge sealed its fate, the Dave & Buster's location at White Flint Mall has closed.
A Rockville football player won't be prosecuted in an alleged sexual assault case, and he'll be reinstated to the New Mexico football team.
On average, families will spend more than $650 on back-to-school shopping -- an increase of five percent since 2013, according to the National Retail Federation.
Memory loss doesn't have to be an unavoidable consequence of aging, according to the folks at the new NeurExpand Brain Center in Friendship Heights.
Police say Brianna Negbe and Zavonia Negbe have been found, and are safe.
The Dunkin' Donuts franchise that used to be on Bethesda Avenue will open in mid or late September in a new location on Elm Street.
Silver Spring man is looking for the SUV who hit him while he was bike-riding on Saturday.
Wearing a life jacket and her clothes soaked through, Ella Lichenberg of Bethesda, Md. is rescued from her car, stalled in high water.
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