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Chevy Chase, Maryland is located in Montgomery County. Zip codes in Chevy Chase, MD include 20825, 20815, and 20813. The median home price in Chevy Chase is $1,179,000 which is roughly $486/per square foot. More Chevy Chase information.

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Friday Sep 12 | Business Journal

Home of the Day: Heirloom Gem in the Village

By Sheila Leifer, Agent Home of the Day is presented by the Washington Business Journal with Long & Foster and Christie's International Real Estate.

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Friday Sep 12 | WTOP-FM Washington

Bethesda Fire officials meet skeptical public on redevelopment options

Bethesda Fire Department officials said they aren't close to making a final decision on the future of their aging Fire Station #6, though they will pursue new zoning in order to keep a redevelopment option on the table. They also presented a "concept idea" for redevelopment that would mean rebuilding the station under a six-story apartment building that would step down to a three-story townhome-like structure along Nottingham Drive, a street of single-family homes in the Chevy Chase West neighborhood.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

The Washington Post

Why driving through Bethesda will get worse before it gets better

Motorists who drive between the Capital Beltway and downtown Bethesda beware: That stretch of Wisconsin Avenue , which already requires navigating orange construction barrels , soon will get worse. Some of the area's road construction related to the major expansion at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in 2011 has been finished.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

The Wichita Eagle

As children mature, parents need to step aside for pediatricians

The partnership between parents and pediatrician evolves as a child grows. "In the beginning, obviously everything is between the parent and the doctor.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

WTOP-FM Washington

MoCo working to move back fence in Purple Line path

Montgomery County officials say a fence built last week in the path of the planned Purple Line light rail must be moved back. The fence, built behind the property at 4303 Elm St. in Chevy Chase, backs almost all the way up to the Georgetown Branch Trail extension of the Capital Crescent Trail.

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National Public Radio

Researcher Urges Wider Genetic Screening For Breast Cancer

Lisa Schlager of Chevy Chase, Md., demonstrates outside of the Supreme Court as arguments were made in a case seeking to determine whether the BRCA breast cancer genes can be patented. The court ruled in 2013 that individual genes can't be patented.

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Fri Sep 05, 2014

Gazette.net

Twenty-five apply for planning board

A vacancy on the Montgomery County Planning Board has drawn 25 applicants, including former planning board member Meredith Wellington, civic activist Cary Lamari, and former Rockville City Councilman John Britton. With the current four members of the five-member board evenly split between Republican and Democratic members, the vacant seat is open to anyone of any political party.

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Thu Sep 04, 2014

The Washington Post

Montgomery County wants answers from Uber

Montgomery County has entered the war over Uber , demanding that the popular ride-sharing service explain why it is not complying with rules governing the county's established taxi companies. The San Francisco-based company, which connects passengers with taxis and upscale limos through a phone app, has drawn legal challenges from traditional cab companies across the Washington region.

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Tue Sep 02, 2014

Daily Record

Federal Capital Partners recapitalizes apartment portfolio

Federal Capital Partners, of Chevy Chase, a real estate investment company, announced on Tuesday that it is recapitalizing six properties in Maryland and Virginia valued at over $240 million.

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Sat Aug 30, 2014

The Washington Post

McCartney: Purple Line transit project opponents sue to protect tiny species they can't even find

American University professor David Culver spent a week in April hunting through damp spots in the forest floor in Montgomery County in hope of finding rare varieties of tiny, shrimp-like creatures called amphipods.

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Fri Aug 29, 2014

Reason Foundation

The Endangered Species Act Hits Affluent Maryland Suburb of the...

Newsflash! The Endangered Species Act is very powerful law used by special interests to stop development projects and use of natural resources they don't like.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

The Washington Post

Fence fight: Montgomery judge to consider who owns trail land along Purple Line route

The outcome of a trial held Thursday in Montgomery County over whether a fence behind a Chevy Chase home is on county-owned property intended for a light-rail Purple Line could affect dozens of homeowners along a wooded trail between Bethesda and Silver Spring.

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Medical News Today

Scientists reverse emotions associated with memories in mice

Researchers at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute in Chevy Chase, MD, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology claim they can reverse the emotional associations of specific memories by using light to control the activity of neurons.

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Gazette.net

Bethesda-area neighborhoods seek to impact planning process for downtown

As a new sector plan for downtown Bethesda takes shape, neighboring communities of single-family houses are keeping an eye on things.

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Wed Aug 27, 2014

The Washington Post

Chevy Chase Land Co. abruptly ousts chief executive

David M. Smith, chief executive of the Chevy Chase Land Co. and great-great grandson of the company's founder, was ousted by the company's board of directors last week, a company spokeswoman confirmed Wednesday.

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TBD.com

Emergency repaving of Connecticut Ave. from Chevy Chase into D.C. expected to snarl traffic for days

We all know commuting into D.C. is no picnic on a normal day - but Wednesday's commute from Chevy Chase into the District was especially torturous for drivers.

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Washington Examiner

Purple Line suit seeks to protect rare creatures

A trail group in Bethesda, Maryland, is suing the U.S. Transportation Department, alleging a planned light-rail route through some Washington suburbs would harm two rare, shrimplike creatures.

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Tue Aug 26, 2014

WTOP-FM Washington

MoCo's most congested intersections are probably familiar

By one commonly used metric, the three most congested intersections in Montgomery County are all in Bethesda and North Bethesda.

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