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For the young, cracked cellphones speak volumes
Brittany Lofton spots them all the time: teens and college students clutching their beat-up cellphones, with cracks spider-webbed across the screens.
Tue May 21, 2013
More blasting scheduled in Bethesda
Excavation will begin in about six weeks on the 43,000-square-foot mixed-use project at 8300 Wisconsin Ave.
$280M Pledged for Purple Line Construction, Private Dollars Still Needed
Transit advocates got a mixed bag of news about the Purple Line, a proposed light rail system that would connect Montgomery and Prince George's Counties.
Crime Summary: North Bethesda Swindlers Sought, Aspen Hill Armed Robbery Reported
Police said a person near North Bethesda was swindled out of a substantial amount of money in a fraud scheme reported May 3, 2013 in the 12000 block of Rockville Pike.
Mon May 20, 2013
A lecture on black holes
"Do you guys know what is on the other side of those things?" a member of the audience inquired at the David M. Brown Arlington Planetarium, referring to one of the most popular and identifiable phenomena of outer space; black holes .
Bethesda, Chevy Chase Crime: Commercial, Residential Burglaries; Thefts from Vehicles
The following information was supplied by the Montgomery County Police Department in its summary of major crimes occurring in the county between April 27 and May 7. The mention of an arrest or charge does not indicate a conviction.
Sun May 19, 2013
Corridor Cities Transitway, Traffic Relief in the Distance for Commuters
By Nicole Macon, Capital News Service When Margie Weaver accepted a job in North Bethesda, she didn't think much about driving 42 miles from her home in Unionville to her workplace-until a trip she thought would take her about 45 minutes took up to two and a half hours in traffic on Interstate 270.
Sat May 18, 2013
How the Sequester is Killing Healthcare Jobs
And the pain doesn't stop there - the sequester cuts are already making healthcare harder to obtain for some Medicare patients.
Fri May 17, 2013
Report: Settlement Reached Between Potomac Man Jailed in Cuba and Bethesda-Based Employer
Potomac resident Alan Gross-who has been in a Cuban prison for nearly three and one-half years-has "settled a negligence suit accusing his employer of mishandling risks associated with his mission" in Cuba, Bloomberg Businessweek reported .
Rat & Mouse Poop, Mold On Ice Machine, No Health Permits Close Restaurants
In this week's Food Alert, a fine dining restaurant operating with an expired business license, another without a health permit, and then there are the mold and rodent issues.
Google and NASA Snap Up Quantum Computer D-Wave Two
The D-Wave Two quantum computer has a 512-qubit processor that can do some calculations thousands of times faster than conventional computers.
Globe and Mail
American jailed in Cuba settles lawsuit against employer
This handout photo provided by the Gross family shows Alan and Judy Gross at an unknown location.
Thu May 16, 2013
Site Search Begins for New Bethesda Post Office
Bethesda is slated to get another post office, and the U.S. Postal Service is asking residents for advice on where to locate it.
The Las Vegas Sun
Cuban prisoner settles lawsuit against Md. company
An American imprisoned in Cuba has settled a lawsuit against the Maryland-based company he was working for when he was arrested.
Long Island Business News
Rapid Financial Services acquires ProMAC
Bethesda, Md.-based Rapid Financial Services has acquired the assets of Hauppauge-based health care financing firm Professional Merchant Advance Capital.
Speak Out: Americans Are Driving Less, Is MoCo Following Suit?
For teens and 20-somethings in America, driving is much less of a daily thing than it was, say, 20 years ago.