Tex-Mex Chain Chuy’s Eyes Bethesda Location — An Austin, Texas-based Tex-Mex chain has opened two locations in Northern Virginia this year and is eyeing another in Bethesda, according to the CEO of the company. [Washington Post]

Andrews To Do Crime Prevention Outreach — Former County Councilmember Phil Andrews has joined the county State’s Attorney Office to spearhead crime prevention initiatives. Andrews, the four-term member of Council, chaired the Council’s Public Safety Committee for 14 years before running for county executive in June. Andrews will work with PTAs, homeowners associations and middle schoolers to talk about crime prevention and truancy.

Ride On Changes At Friendship Heights Metro — Ride On Routes 23 and 29 will pick up and drop off riders at Bay H instead of Bay G at the Friendship Heights Metro station. Both routes connect Bethesda with the station near the Western Avenue border.

Cable Company Set To Raise Its MoCo Rates — Some small rate increases are coming to RCN cable and internet customers in Montgomery County starting in January. The company told Montgomery County that retransmission fees from local broadcasters, sports programming and cable entertainment network costs are behind the need to raise the rates. Customers should get a notice of the rate increases within their December billing statements. [RCN via Montgomery County]

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