Schools Consider Adding ‘All-Gender’ Bathrooms

Parent advocate says design would increase privacy, prevent bullying

Stricter Water Lead Standard Suggested for County Libraries, Rec Centers

State, county proposals designed to ensure safer drinking water

County Council Wants Clear, Open Search for Police Chief

In call for transparency in hiring, Jawando cites ‘distrust and mistrust’ of police

Fuse Taco Opening in Bethesda

Fast-casual restaurant will feature recipes from around world

Gaithersburg Law Firm Settles Medicare Reimbursement Claim

Federal prosecutors said government health program will be repaid $250,000

Scrutiny of Economic Development Efforts Ramped Up Amid Lackluster Jobs Report

County Council grills business development director over growth, outreach efforts to lure companies

Potomac Man Accused of Killing His Uncle Arrested in Baltimore

Plus: Maryland’s governor continues push for Amazon offices; Police seek information on suspect accused of stealing purse in Germantown

Sold in Bethesda, Chevy Chase and Potomac: March 12-19

Notable homes sold in the last week

County Council Puts State Transportation Chief on Hot Seat Over Toll Road Plans

$9 billion plan for toll roads, extra lanes on Montgomery highways brings sharp questions

B-CC Students Craft Pop-Up Museum Focused on ‘Cultural Toxicity’

Teen culture in the spotlight at April events

County’s 2020 School Calendar Changes Unlikely After Legislature Quashes Labor Day Mandate

Board of Education members look forward to more flexibility when crafting future schedules

Sweetgreen Opens at Pike & Rose

Fast-casual salad and grain bowl chain debuts third location in county

B-CC Students Say Rankings List Discipline Wasn’t Enough

Students planning to do more to address ‘cultural toxicity’

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Figuratively Speaking

A look at trash and recycling in Montgomery County, by the numbers

Tough Times

A Chevy Chase therapist talks about anxiety in kids, the power of social media and finding time to slow down

Facing the Pain

Four years ago, therapist Marjorie Kreppel suffered serious burns over 20 percent of her body. As part of her recovery, she started sharing her story.

A Taste of Frederick

The Maryland city is packed with places to eat and drink, from a shop with 100 varieties of pasta to an organic distillery with award-winning gin

Finding the Spark

How two college friends became something more

The Top Producers

Meet the agents and teams that sell the most real estate in Montgomery County

Standing Up

A young activist from Bethesda lobbied for a change in the county schools’ health curriculum

Things to See and Do in the Bethesda Area in March and April

Our picks for live music, theater and other entertainment

Millie’s Gift

When a 6-month-old from Rockville died in 2016, her heart went to a newborn in North Carolina who needed a second chance at life

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