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SILVER SPRING — The DC area's newest concert venue has booked more than 150 shows since its Sept. 15, 2011 debut, including a slew of up-and-coming hip hop artists.
GAITHERSBURG – A fiery, multi-vehicle collision in Potter, NE, Sunday killed four members of a family from Gaithersburg, the Sun Telegraph reported. .
WHEATON – Montgomery County Police are still searching for a suspect in the case of a girl who was attacked with a stun gun Monday afternoon in a Wheaton neighborhood.
ROCKVILLE – The long-awaited opening of a grocery in Rockville Town Square is almost here. Dawson’s Market announced Wednesday it will open Sept. 29. The opening features two days of festivities.
BETHESDA – A lot at the corner of Cordell and Norfolk is soon to be developed into a vibrant commercial space with up to four restaurants and, according to a Bethesda Magazine report, the owner of Tommy Joe’s is planning a new restaurant for the top floors.
CHEVY CHASE – Representatives of the say that a proposed service driveway off of Wisconsin Avenue between Friendship Heights and Bethesda would have little affect on the road's traffic.
TAKOMA PARK – Four unlocked cars were broken into in the same area Wednesday, Takoma Park Police said. .
POTOMAC – Benny Fischer promises big portions and reasonable prices when he opens later this year. The new restaurant will soon start renovating the former Popeye's space of the Cabin John Shopping Center, giving it a 1940s retro makeover.