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

Damascus High School locker-room rape defendant moved to juvenile court for prosecution
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
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
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
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
Police say the New Carrollton man is charged with three sexual assaults over a decade.

Online threat shuts Charlottesville schools for second day
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
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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