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The plan anticipates the county of more than 1.1 million residents growing by an additional 200,000 people over the next three decades.

A stunning development after weeks of scandals and infighting.

Two other planning commissioners will lose one day’s salary.

Planning Board Chair Casey Anderson empties workplace liquor cabinet following tip to the agency’s inspector general.

MNCPPC Chair Casey Anderson is latest Montgomery official to ask feds to pump brakes on Gov. Hogan’s toll lanes plan.

State Highway Administration and U.S. DOT unveil final assessment of I-495/I-270 ‘express lanes’ project.

Transportation Secretary Greg Slater at a Board of Public Works meeting

Two of Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr.’s cabinet secretaries are set to depart in early January.

Carol Rubin, who served for 16 years on the staff of the Montgomery County Planning Board, most recently as special projects manager on the…

Net Zero Expansion

One day after a regional transportation panel dealt a major blow to the planned widening of two interstate highways that run through Montgomery County,…

Backers of the Hogan administration’s plan to widen two Montgomery County highways sought to rebut criticism of the project from Rep. Anthony G. Brown…