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Bethesda Beat 1h
Montgomery County school board members last received a salary increase in 2013, the only raise in the past 17 years.
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Bethesda Beat 2h
Updated: Metro service on the Red Line has been restored between the Friendship Heights and Van Ness stops.
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Bethesda Beat 3h
Metro service was suspended on the Red Line on Tuesday morning between the Friendship Heights and Van Ness stops due to a “track problem."
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Bethesda Beat 4h
Updated: An 81-year-old woman was killed Monday night as she tried to cross University Boulevard in Silver Spring. She was struck by a mail truck.
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Bethesda Beat 14h
The woman was struck around 6:45 p.m. in the 1130 block of University Boulevard, police said
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Bethesda Beat 19h
Defense attorney Morgan Leigh said Moris delivered a knee to Pesoa because he had spat bloody saliva, which potentially could have contained an infectious disease
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Bethesda Beat 22h
Jennifer Coursen, the marketing director of the Chevy Chase Land Company, said another grocery store will open in Giant's place next year
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Bethesda Beat 22h
The report says MCPS allocates one-third of the state aid it receives based FARMS enrollment to programs that do not directly target low-income students or high-poverty schools.
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Bethesda Beat 23h
Updated with a statement from police:
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Bethesda Beat Dec 9
A Bethesda Beat investigation found the county can't enforce more than a thousand short-term rental violations. Now, council members are seeking solutions.
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Bethesda Beat Dec 9
Two people were stuck inside a burning house on Friday night in Wheaton, but firefighters were dispatched to a townhouse in Rockville, 16 miles away.
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Bethesda Beat Dec 9
The Montgomery County Board of Education again this year will ask the county government for money to install water bottle filling stations at schools.
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Bethesda Beat Dec 6
Pasay will face sentencing Jan. 31
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Bethesda Beat Dec 6
Hate it when sidewalks are blocked by construction? A new council bill would limit closures for public walkways.
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Bethesda Beat Dec 6
The Block, a food hall with fast-casual Asian restaurants and a bar, opened for business at the end of November in North Bethesda’s Pike & Rose shopping area
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Bethesda Beat Dec 6
Comptroller Peter Franchot is doubling down on calls to delay a critical vote on the I-270/I-495 lane project, saying the decision could be delayed by two to four weeks.
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Bethesda Beat Dec 6
The Montgomery County Board of Education this week awarded construction contracts for additions at Walt Whitman High School and A. Mario Loiederman Middle School.
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Bethesda Beat Dec 6
Police say there's no evidence of a reported kidnapping in Aspen Hill.
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Bethesda Beat Dec 6
The kits, paired with a roughly 90-minute training session, will provide each school’s staff with the necessary skills and equipment to stop bleeding from a traumatic injury after a school shooting or an accident.
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Bethesda Beat Dec 6
. reports that Asucenia Martinez-Benitez, 13, has been found safe after going missing Nov. 22
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