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College Park florist runs away with the vote in this week's Readers' Choice awards.
State senator urges General Assembly to move past gambling during special session.
Over objections from disabled commuters, the board of directors scheduled the increase for July 1.
Council approves bill requiring more pedestrian-friendly development.
The council seeks to boost businesses by saving consumers money at the register.
Several neighbors grew concerned this week when heavy machinery was deployed at the site.
The county executive's push for a full-fledged gambling facility at National Harbor may falter if state legislators fail to reach a new budget deal.
Petal peddlers face off for florist bragging rights in this week's Readers' Choice survey.
Council confirms picks for office of management, community relations.
Public Works Director Mickey Beall says road work is going well across town.
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