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The chef, who already has restaurants in Fairfax and Williamsburg, VA, is known for his classic Chinese dishes.
Maryland Lottery officials help ensure casino is ready for business.
The Rockville restaurant says it is suspending its Monday drink specials after numerous customers were cited for alcohol violations.
Gates serving United Express were closed Thursday morning as smoke filtered into the air. Dulles Airport officials said there was no fire.
With Montgomery County's complicated and multi-year process for approving zoning plans, the nation's largest retailer says it won't build.
A Potomac businessmen received threatening and anti-Semitic phone calls after displaying the Israeli flag along with the U.S. flag.
See which employers in the region are hiring.
Security breach included data from customers over several months.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new Bethesda salon is Wednesday.
The owner of Frankly…Pizza! brought his farmers’ market famous pizza to a brick-and-mortar front.
Taxi drivers complain that high credit card transaction fees and steep rates to lease cabs are cutting into their earnings.
Montgomery County leaders say the plan will create jobs, new housing and retail development in the area around the FDA headquarters.
California Pizza Kitchen in Bethesda is partnering with Operation Paws for Homes. A portion of your check will be donated for a good cause.
Venti-Tre – a fast-casual Italian restaurant spun off from the Fazoli’s chain -- plans to open in Gaithersburg this summer.
Redevelopment plans for White Flint Mall in North Bethesda can continue after a federal appeals court rejected an appeal by Lord & Taylor. Many of the malls smaller stores have left already.
The Ranger Surplus store in downtown Bethesda has closed. The company still has a store in Rockville and one opening soon in Frederick.
Men's Wearhouse is trying to buy Maryland-based Jos. A Bank Clothiers. Actor and comedian Jerry Seinfeld has some thoughts to share on the battle.
Funny turn from '80s branding on Sunday followed by Wall Street Journal report of big cuts in storefronts Tuesday.
Clean Currents, a renewable energy company that focused on wind power, ended service on Jan. 31.
A team at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore is working to create a digital currency system that is totally anonymous. The idea was spurred by problems with Bitcoin.