News Around MoCo… 5/1 Edition

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Germantown will once again have a WingStop, as the chain takes over the old Quizno’s location.

A local developer is in preliminary talks with Regal Cinemas about bringing them back to Bethesda.

Nancy Shay, an English resource teacher at Richard Montgomery High School in Rockville, has been named the 2017/2018 MCPS teacher of the year by the Marian Greenblatt Education Fund.

Dog Haus, a Cali based hot dog and beer chain, will be taking over the Parva location in Bethesda.

Lina’s is taking over the old Piratz location in Silver Spring (mentioned previously). It’ll be a French diner with Caribbean and Asian inspired plates.

Poolesville has cancelled their plan to bring a synthetic ice skating rink to town because of high costs.

Haagen Dazs in Montgomery Mall has closed.

Wootton High School graduate, Mack Hollins, was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles. They also signed Gaithersburg High School graduate, Billy Brown, as an undrafted free agent.

Maryland boy’s public school basketball will start using a 35 second shot clock starting next season.

Q, a restaurant by Peter Chang, will open in Bethesda later this month.

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