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Since 2010, a Maryland driver has been getting parking tickets in the mail from D.C. for different cars with a vanity plate, none of which belong to her.
Nutritionists may encourage limited amounts of salt, but some allergy sufferers can't get enough of it at a local salt cave.
Montgomery County Police say a former employee at Benny's Bar and Grill in Potomac threatened the owner after he hung an Israeli and American flag outside of his restaurant.
By one commonly used metric, the three most congested intersections in Montgomery County are all in Bethesda and North Bethesda.
The Lenkin Company, a D.C. area developer with its offices in the existing two-story building at 4922 St Elmo Ave., plans to build the apartment building on the same spot, directly south of the recently completed Bainbridge Bethesda.
Metro will take the long Labor Day weekend to fix some of the insulator issues it's been having near the Bethesda and Medical Center Metro stations.
For the past two years and two months something's been missing at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church in Kensington, Maryland.
Stanford Grill is the latest restaurant headed to Montgomery County, with a new lease signed for a 400-seat restaurant at 2000 Tower Oaks Blvd.
Bethesda Row's annual Perfect Pairings event is back.
A new grill and steakhouse is coming to an office building in the Tower Oaks section of Rockville.
The road closure in downtown Bethesda that was supposed to be reopened in 20-24 months could continue into 2015. Read more: http://stage.wtop.com/52/3688474/Bethesdarsquos-Woodmont-Avenue-Could-Remain-Closed-Until-2015#ixzz3BRBfmb1X
This week, Brookeville, Md., celebrates its role as the U.S. capital for a day after Capital was set ablaze by the British.
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