Top 10 for Nov. 4-10

Although our Top 10 stories, based on web traffic, included a lot of crime coverage, they do include two political stories: the approval of the $15 an hour minimum wage and the election of Laurie-Anne Sayles to the Gaithersbrg City Council.

Council Unanimously Approves Minimum Wage to $15 an Hour

Identity of Officer in Officer-Involved Shooting Released

UPDATE: Police Take Boyfriend Into Custody After Woman Found Dead in White Oak

State Police: Windows Shot Out on I-270

Five Charged in Connection with Wheaton Armed Robbery

Here Are the Safety Grades for Five Montgomery County Hospitals

Two MCPS Schools Receive Top Honors from U.S. Department of Education

Two Stabbed in Rockville; One Man Arrested

Gaithersburg Election Results: New Face Joins City Council

Four-Mile Section of Metro’s Red Line to be Shut Down Nov 25-Dec 10

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Douglas Tallman

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