More Chevy Chase News

  • Battle Brewing Over Density at Chevy Chase Lake Site
    Montgomery County planners are revising the sector plan for 380 acres at Chevy Chase Lake near the planned Purple Line light rail stop, weighing how best to marry a historically residential area off Connecticut Avenue with the new transit option.
  • Could Purple Line Trains have a Speed Limit Through Chevy Chase?
    The Town of Chevy Chase Purple Line Mitigation Advisory Group discusses possible compromises, should the Purple Line come to pass, at its monthly meeting.
  • Ladies’ Man: Tony Glaser
    After 17 years as manager of the Woman’s Club of Chevy Chase, it was time for Tony Glaser to retire, and for the ladies to sing “Thanks for the Memories.”
  • Where We Live: Rollingwood
    Karin Rich wanted her kids to have a childhood like the one she had.Growing up in Rollingwood, Rich, now 34, played on theCandy Cane City playground, rode her bike to shops along Brookville Road, explored the trails and creeks of Rock Creek Park, and generally enjoyed the small-town atmosphere that defined the Chevy Chase neighborhood.

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