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Barbara Coloroso, internationally known for her books and advice on parenting and nonviolent conflict resolution, will present "The Bully, the Bullied and the Bystander: Breaking the Cycle of Violence" at 7 p.m. on May 22.
After a slew of near-fatal accidents in Bethesda this year, residents are asking officials to take steps to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety.
Maryland state employees in a same-sex domestic partnership soon will be unable to include their partner or their partner's children on their health insurance, now that the state has legalized same-sex marriage.
Open your eyes before opening your wallet, experts say.
New forecasts predict 50 percent more storms than the average year.
“We're seeing many, many more instances where pedestrians are not aware of their surroundings. That’s just an evolution of the issue with cell phones—they're taking over more and more of our attention,” said Montgomery County police's head of traffic.
Two councilmembers seek to ban tobacco alternative from public places.
Oscar nominee Julian Assange biopic and more to air during 11-day festival.
The peaceful demonstration in downtown Bethesda on Thursday afternoon received a favorable reception from passers-by.
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The event takes place at Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt's shop at the Cabin John Shopping Center & Mall this Saturday, April 13, from 3 to 4 p.m.
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