Montgomery County News
So many drivers are passing stopped school buses in Montgomery County, the ticket fines for that violation may double.
Officials at a Montgomery County hospital say they treated a patient with possible Ebola symptoms this week, but determined the man did not have the virus.
The cafeteria-style pasta, pizza, salad and antipasti eatery that took up a big chunk of Bethesda Row announced it "is closed for business" with a sign on the front door Monday night. Read more: http://stage.wtop.com/52/3721796/Vapiano-Closes-In-Bethesda#ixzz3G82plyhZ
When the ghosts, vampires and zombies come out to play, do you run away or rush to the nearest theater?
Three people are in the hospital after an apartment fire in Derwood Tuesday morning.
Montgomery County police are investigating a series of thefts from gas stations that have targeted distracted drivers at stations near the D.C. line and Capital Beltway.
Construction at a controversial new townhome community on the grounds surrounding the historic Grosvenor Mansion in Bethesda is set to start soon.
The Montgomery County Police have located an 82-year-old man who was missing for about two days.
Montgomery County has gotten $78,250 in fines since the program started in January.
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