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  • Ocean City’s waters produce more than crab: The secret local scallops

    Maryland is known for its crabcakes, but its ocean is also home to another seafood favorite — and it’s only available for a few more weeks.

  • From Now On, Head To Bethesda Beat

    In case you haven’t heard, Bethesda Now has officially merged with Bethesda Beat, the daily news publication of Bethesda Magazine. That means you can head directly to Bethesda Beat for all the latest local news affecting our area.…

  • Rental Report: Top Reasons Bethesda Is A Great Place To Live

    Editor’s Note: This biweekly sponsored column is written by Rick Gersten, founder and CEO of Urban Igloo, a rental real estate firm that matches up renters with their ideal apartments, condos or houses. Please submit any questions…

  • Mutts Matter Rescue: Sadie’s Perfect Match

    This biweekly column is written by Suzanne Lawter, Director of Community Outreach for Mutts Matter Rescue, a local nonprofit, all-volunteer dog rescue. Mutts Matter is a network of volunteers who love animals and want to make…

  • UPDATED: Suburban Hospital Clears The Way For Interim Parking Lot

    Correction: This post was corrected to provide updated information about the Suburban Hospital enhancement project and the correct location of the demolished homes. Homes that used to surround Suburban Hospital are being demolished and cleared out…

  • Small Fire Closes Potomac Private School

    A small fire in a conference room on Monday night has a Potomac private school closed on Tuesday. Alerted by an automatic fire alarm, firefighters responded to the fire a little after 10 p.m. Monday…

  • Morning Notes

    Former Superintendent Paul Vance Dies — Dr. Paul Vance, who was superintendent of MCPS from 1991-1999, died over the weekend. He was 83. [MCPS] Unconfirmed Coyote Sightings — Residents near Ayrlawn Park claim they’ve seen coyotes in…

  • Bethesda Row Fashion Event To Feature ‘DKNY PR GIRL’

    This year’s fashion and style event at Bethesda Row will feature Aliza Licht, the New York fashion publicist behind the popular DKNY PR Girl Twitter account and the author of a career advice book called…

  • Ask Andrew: Thank You

    This sponsored, weekly Q&A column is written by Andrew Goodman, broker/owner of Goodman, Realtors. Based in Bethesda, Andrew serves clients in Maryland, D.C., and Northern Virginia. Please submit comments, questions, and opinions in the comments section or via email.…

  • Sold In Bethesda

       Check out the condo, townhouse and home sales closed last week in Bethesda and Chevy Chase: 5225 Pooks Hill Road; 1 BD | 1 BA condominium; List price: $200,000; Sale price: $190,000 5500 Friendship…

  • Purple Line Boosters Protest In Front Of Chevy Chase Golf Course

      A group of staunch Purple Line advocates feels members of a Chevy Chase country club long opposed to the light rail are getting an unfair amount of access to Gov. Larry Hogan and his…

  • Parking Meters Coming To Chevy Chase, Friendship Heights

    There will be no more free parking at a popular parking spot in Friendship Heights. This month and through June, the Montgomery County Department of Transportation will install parking meters just outside the GEICO corporate…

  • Morning Notes

    Van Hollen, Edwards Square Off In Rockville – In a Sunday candidates forum, Rep. Chris Van Hollen and Rep. Donna Edwards debated for the first time in what’s expected to be a competitive primary for Sen.…

  • Bethesda’s ‘Mushroom House’ Has Been Sold

    Bethesda’s famous “Mushroom House” is off the market. The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home on Allan Road near the D.C. line went on sale to much fanfare in late October. This week, the home’s new owners closed on…

  • Cedar Lane Sidewalk To Close Near Intersection Project

    Crews working on an intersection project in Bethesda will close a sidewalk for approximately two weeks starting on Sunday. The State Highway Administration said it must install new storm drains along Cedar Lane just east…