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Weekly News Roundup: Oct. 9-13

Graphic by Charlotte Alden.

Graphic by Charlotte Alden.

Graphic by Charlotte Alden.

By Julie Rosenstein

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  • Wildfires spread throughout Northern California; businesses and homes have been burned to the ground, and 31 people were reported dead as of Thursday October 12, the Washington Post reported.
  • Chevy Chase residents are considering making a donation to Friends of the Capital Crescent Trail in an effort to cover the legal costs of their lawsuits opposing the Purple Line. 
  • Having trouble parking in Bethesda? A recent report predicts that with more growth, it may become increasingly more difficult to park.The October report estimated that if the downtown were built to 32.4 million square feet, county-owned parking capacity would fall short of meeting peak demand by 2,672 to 3,367 spaces.”
  • The Redskins will play the 49ers in Maryland at FedEx Field this Sunday, October 15. You can purchase tickets here. 
  • Don’t miss out on Whitman Post Prom’s biggest fundraiser, Capitol Steps. They will be at the Whitman auditorium on Thursday, October 26th at 7:30 p.m.


About the Writer
Julie Rosenstein, Communications Director
Grade: 10 Interests: Political science, government Why did you join the Black & White?   I joined the Black & White because I am very interested in journalism and its impact on the community. I love writing and I wanted to practice writing more concisely. Why are you well suited to write/edit for your section...
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