Prosecutors Try To Shut Down Car Chase Defendant’s Website – Montgomery County prosecutors want to shut down the website of Reeco Richardson, the only survivor of a March car crash at Chevy Chase Circle. Richardson is charged with car theft after a high-speed police chase resulted in the crash. Richardson alleges police caused the accident. Prosecutors argue the website will taint the jury pool. [Washington Post]

Urban Outfitters Opening at Montgomery Mall – The store is set to open this month. [Robert Dyer @ Bethesda Row]

O’Malley Defends Business Climate, Budget Tactics In Radio Show – Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) playfully challenged Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell (R) to a push-up contest and defended his state when asked about businesses leaving for Virginia. [WTOP]

Dance Bethesda Accepting Applications – The Bethesda Urban Partnership is accepting applications for the 2013 Dance Bethesda Concert, set for March. The deadline for applications and audition videos is Nov. 16. [Bethesda Urban Partnership]

B-CC Beats Whitman On Gridiron For First Time Since 1999 – A 7-3 win Saturday at Whitman gave the Barons (3-2) their first win in 13 years against their cross-town Bethesda rival. Whitman (2-3) didn’t score in four second-half red zone trips. Last season was B-CC’s first in the state playoffs in 16 years. [Washington Post]

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