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An online threat of violence shuts down all Charlottesville schools
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Authorities announce classes are canceled Friday for a second day.

Damascus High School locker-room rape defendant moved to juvenile court for prosecution
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The cases against three co-defendants, all also 15 and originally charged as adults, were moved earlier.


Tudor-style home was designed, constructed, staged and marketed by women
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HOUSE OF THE WEEK | “I’m a mother of five,” builder Michele Dombo says. “I get the way people function.”

George Washington Parkway is closed due to a sinkhole
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The northbound side of the George Washington Parkway is closed due to a sinkhole.

U-Md. Medical System board asks chief executive to take a leave amid scandal
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The board also voted to engage an independent firm to conduct an audit of its contracts.

Md. man arrested in sexual assault of Howard University students
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Police say the New Carrollton man is charged with three sexual assaults over a decade.

Online threat shuts Charlottesville schools for second day
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State and federal authorities declined to describe the threat, but images circulating on Reddit and other social media sites referred to a racist meme posted on 4chan.

Del. Norton floats a new way for District to control RFK Stadium site
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Redskins owner Dan Snyder’s hopes of returning the team to RFK hinge on a federal land sale to the city.

Newark council election: Ruckle strives to unify council, community, university
Fri, 22 Mar 2019 00:30:00 -0400
Maria Ruckle decided to throw her hat in the ring for city council when her daughter, Megan Carpenter, 19, told her, “You need to do it.”

Newark council election: Hughes wants thoughtful development, consideration of seniors
Fri, 22 Mar 2019 00:45:00 -0400
A dedicated crusader for seniors, someone who believes in new businesses and an advocate for her neighbors – those are a few of the ways Sharon Hughes describes herself.

Newark council election: Morehead eyes better long-range planning for the city
Fri, 22 Mar 2019 01:00:00 -0400
Now in his eighth year representing District 1 on city council, Mark Morehead said his strength is working in the background to make structural changes in the government.

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