Montgomery County News
When Bethesda's famed "Mushroom House" went on sale last week, news outlets near and far weren't far behind.
Police have identified the pedestrian killed Tuesday morning when hit by a car in Colesville, Maryland.
A few months after filing suit against the federal government over the Purple Line, a group of Chevy Chase residents is threatening to do the same to Montgomery County.
It's one of the most dangerous times of year on the roads. There are more accidents between drivers and pedestrians and it's because visibility is working against both groups of commuters.
Nearly a month after a contract worker was accused of sexually assaulting a middle school student while in school, the principal has sent a letter home to parents.
Sally Rockey, deputy director for extramural research at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, is being considered for the top job at the University of Nebraska.
About four hundred students in Prince George's county will not be allowed to attend school starting Wednesday because they did not get the state-required vaccinations.
Some local developers want refunds from Montgomery County, claiming they were improperly charged a decades-old parking tax despite building projects that should've been exempt.
The developers behind an ultra-luxurious condo building in downtown Bethesda say their penthouse unit will go on the market for $10.5 million, which would make it the most expensive condo unit ever to sell in the Washington region.
Eric Damtoft doesn't remember the moment he was hit from behind on his bicycle and thrown into the rear windshield of a car in front of him.
The campaign manager for a Republican up for a local House of Delegates seat accused Democrats of playing "dirty tricks" with a misprint on a recent mailer.
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