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Are Wheaton federal workers and others worried about the threat of sequestration cuts?
The T&E committee also will take up Leggett's $13.9 million request to replace 60 Champion buses taken off the roads following fire safety concerns.
Government, Police & Fire
County officials are "much further behind" than anticipated on the project after developers JBG backed out of a land-swap deal to build the station.
Group meets with MTA officials Tuesday.
Renters, who comprise about 30 percent of county residents, are organizing to advocate for tenant protections.
Satellite giant has officially announced its move to Tyson's Corner, despite an "agressive" incentives package offered by Montgomery County, according to reports.
Learn about preparing for an emergency at the Wednesday evening event.
Comptroller kicked off 'Shop Maryland for the Holidays' campaign by patronizing downtown Bethesda businesses Wednesday.
Ira Ludwick told WUSA9 Pepco has corrected the mistake -- but only after he called the television station to investigate.
Developer JBG has backed out of a deal to build a new second district police station as part of a larger residential project on Cordell Avenue.
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