Montgomery County News
The owner of the building that housed the popular Red Tomato Cafe has filed another lawsuit against the developer and construction contractors of a next-door apartment building.
A Montgomery County police officer let a suspected drunk driver know exactly how he felt after the driver hit the officer with his car.
D.C.-based developer 1788 Holdings is going big on Bethesda's high-end condo market, where it is planning to build 40 luxury residential units with an asking price in excess of $2.5 million.
The so-called "Drybar Bill" went into effect Tuesday, which the Bethesda Row location of the hair salon chain celebrated with a proclamation from Gov. Martin O'Malley.
Washington Property Company has broken ground on the 139-unit, 12-story apartment building coming to the former site of Eastham's Exxon Servicenter on Wisconsin Avenue.
As golf finds itself without its singular superstar, the question of what golf will look like after Tiger again pushes to the forefront.
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