Montgomery County News
The developer of a Bethesda apartment tower that caused serious structural damage to a next-door building agreed to pay the building owner $3.2 million in a settlement.
A change in Maryland law will give microbreweries flexibility and a Montgomery County brewing is ready to take advantage of the relaxed law by opening a taproom in Montgomery County.
It's the time of year when people begin the battle against spring allergies -- and the D.C. area is particularly vulnerable, according to a local doctor.
Imagine getting a phone call from someone -- a sheriff's deputy -- saying there's a warrant out for your arrest.
As the city of Laurel is getting closer to activating a new red-light camera on Van Dusen Road near Route 198, police are also looking at new traffic signs that will warn drivers about a specific type of turn.
Pepco released results of a survey that shows nearly 30 downtown Bethesda street lights were energized because of faulty or damaged wiring.
Students in Montgomery County Public Schools will be in class April 21 and June 13. Those two days will be snow make-up days.
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