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Carr Properties has lined up $57 million in financing for construction of downtown Bethesda's first new trophy building in a decade.
It's been nearly a month since a violent storm ripped through the region, one Bethesda family is still recovering.
Montgomery County could be pursuing legal action against the manufacturer of the troubled Champion model Ride On buses.
A nonprofit that builds playgrounds for children in need is bringing its volunteers to the National Institutes of Health.
Bethesda-based Marriott International Inc. is on track to have 4,000 hotels in 90 countries across its portfolio by 2014.
Barry's Magic Shop, a Maryland institution for 38 years, is closing its doors.
The longest escalators in the Western Hemisphere are frequently out of service. At 230 feet each, the three escalators in the Wheaton Metro station stand still 33 percent of the time.
The Washington Jewish Music Festival is opening for more than two weeks of performances in jazz, funk, hip-hop and indie pop music.
The National Institutes of Health is shedding about 57,600 square feet in Bethesda as part of a lease renewal brokered by the General Services Administration.