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  1. Official a optimistica that Silver Spring Transit Center work will be done this yearRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 17 | Gazette.net

    An official told Montgomery County Council members Tuesday that he's “optimistic” that remediation work on the long-delayed Silver Spring Transit Center will be done by Dec. 31, but he couldn't promise it. Workers broke ground on the Colesville Road transit center - designed to be a three-level transit hub connecting Metro rail lines, MARC commuter trains, taxis and buses - in 2008.

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  2. Bullis loses in final secondsRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 9 | Gazette.net

    Two highly regarded high school football teams did not disappoint local fans in Monday's Mount St. Joseph's-Bullis School showdown in Potomac. The visiting Gaels, one of the top-ranked squads in the Baltimore-area by The Baltimore Sun, used a 21-yard touchdown run with 15 seconds left in regulation by junior quarterback Bryan Costabile to edge The Montgomery County Gazette's No.

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  3. Bullisa football game postponedRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 6 | Gazette.net

    The Bullis School football team intended to open its season Saturday night against visiting Mount St. Joseph's of Baltimore, but the teams spent their time in the gymnasium rather than on the football field. A torrential downpour, accompanied by thunder and lightning, began around 6:30 p.m., and the 7 p.m. start was delayed an hour before the game was postponed and rescheduled for 4:30 p.m. Monday at Bullis.

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  4. Why Oa Malley cana t winRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 2 | Gazette.net

    Martin O'Malley is running for president. He's handsome , sings and plays the guitar, oozes Irish charm and sports a solid liberal record appealing to most Democrats: gun control, death penalty repeal, gay marriage, minimum wage increase, aid to illegals, decriminalized pot, environmental regulations, fracking moratorium.

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  5. Summer flotsamRead the original story

    Aug 18, 2014 | Gazette.net

    Summer's almost over, but, as we wander the beach for the last time, some interesting political nuggets wash ashore.

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  6. Ia ve got mailRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 4, 2014 | Gazette.net

    In [Blair Lee's] assertions that Maryland's personal, business and estate taxes are the roots of a net population decrease, Gaithersburg and Montgomery County must buck this trend.

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  7. Hyattsville demolishes buildings, paves way for new parkingRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 1, 2014 | Gazette.net

    Tracey Ham of Hyattsville said on Fridays it's not uncommon for her to be a stalker at Hyattsville's Shoppes at Arts District on Route 1. Finding a parking spot, she said, can sometimes be a 15-minute process and has sometimes discouraged her from shopping there.

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  8. Sign unveiled at Brookeville Academy during ceremonyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2014 | Gazette.net

    Abbi Wicklein-Bayne, National Park Service director of interpretation, discusses the new sign for the Brookeville site of the Star Spangled Banner National Historic Trail with Rep. John Sarbanes at Brookeville Academy on Tuesday.

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  9. Multi-vehicle crash kills Silver Spring womanRead the original story

    Jul 10, 2014 | Gazette.net

    A Silver Spring woman died after a crash in Fairland on Wednesday that involved four vehicles, Montgomery County police said.

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  10. Prince Georgea s kicks off War of 1812 celebrationRead the original story

    Jun 4, 2014 | Gazette.net

    Prince George's and state officials will kick off a summer-long celebration of the 200th anniversary of the national anthem and the War of 1812 starting Thursday with “A Star-Spangled Summer in Maryland.” The event, scheduled for 10 to 11:30 a.m., will be held rain or shine at the Bladensburg Waterfront Park.

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  11. Hearing on Pepco request for rate hike is MondayRead the original story

    May 6, 2014 | Gazette.net

    The public will have an opportunity next week to comment on Pepco's request to increase its electric distribution rates by $43.3 million as of July 4. A public hearing will be held at 7 p.m. Monday at the Montgomery County Executive Office Building, 101 Monroe St., Rockville.

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  12. Authorities: a Lion Mana robbed Wheaton, White Oak banks, also tried in Silver SpringRead the original story

    May 1, 2014 | Gazette.net

    A bank robber the FBI has nicknamed the “Lion Man” tried to rob a SunTrust Bank in Silver Spring on Thursday.

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  13. Authorities: a Lion Mana robbed Wheaton, White Oak banks, also tried in Silver SpringRead the original story

    May 1, 2014 | Gazette.net

    A bank robber the FBI has nicknamed the “Lion Man” tried to rob a SunTrust Bank in Silver Spring on Thursday.

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  14. Some session highlights, lowlightsRead the original story

    Apr 11, 2014 | Gazette.net

    This year's Maryland General Assembly session looks workmanlike compared to two years ago when casino expansion collided with tax hikes and the legislature adjourned with the Senate and House at war, the governor condemning both chambers and the state stuck with a “Doomsday Budget.” It took secret negotiations and two special sessions ... (more)

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  15. The curious case of Julius HensonRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 3, 2014 | Gazette.net

    Julius Henson is a street hustler and a thug. He grew up in Lafayette Courts, one of Baltimore's worst low-income housing projects, and completed Morgan State University's course work but couldn't graduate due to an unpaid bill.

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  16. Officials declare a oewea re all ina for FBI in Prince Georgea sRead the original story

    Mar 25, 2014 | Gazette.net

    The opportunity to establish 11,000 jobs by getting the FBI to relocate proved a significant rallying point for federal, state, county and local officials, who along with business and education leaders, announced they're “all in” to bring the $2 billion project to Prince George's County.

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  17. Officials declare a oewea re all ina for FBI in Prince Georgea sRead the original story

    Mar 25, 2014 | Gazette.net

    The opportunity to establish 11,000 jobs by getting the FBI to relocate proved a significant rallying point for federal, state, county and local officials, who along with business and education leaders, announced they're “all in” to bring the $2 billion project to Prince George's County.

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