Montgomery County News
Reports of tick bites and Lyme disease are on the rise in the D.C. area. And one scientist wants to track the severity of the threat for his Montgomery County neighbors.
After a tie against Portugal on Sunday, the U.S. remains a contender in the 2014 World Cup. That means soccer fans are flooding area sports stores for official World Cup gear.
Tuesday is primary day in Maryland, and an election official has a few tips to make voting quick and easy.
Police had to chase a bank robbery suspect through a residential area of Montgomery County on Monday evening, but they finally got their man.
Three cars were destroyed and another badly damaged when a car in a Silver Spring, Maryland garage caught fire and the fire spread.
Though redevelopment hasn’t been formally proposed, some Chevy Chase residents are mobilizing for a fight against mixed-use commercial development at Bethesda Fire Station #6
Alison Malmon envisioned a place where students could talk openly about mental health issues. Now, "Active Minds" has a national chapter.
The jewelry and apparel vendors that have called the Bethesda Farm Women's Market home on Fridays will soon make way for food trucks, beer tastings and craft woodworkers.
There are some reinforcments coming in the effort to get millennials more involved with the planning process for downtown Bethesda.
Movie critics are like Roman emperors, holding their fists out to command a chanting crowd with the drama of a thumbs-up or thumbs-down. But the cinematic arena is no Coliseum; it's a movie palace. And our beloved Caesar, the purveyor of so many thumbs, was Roger Ebert.
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