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Students at Maryland school cut themselves with pencil sharpener blades, authorities said
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Handheld sharpeners are now banned at the elementary school in Prince George’s County.

JPMorgan Chase to open consumer bank branches in D.C. area, hire 700
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The bank plans to open 70 bank branches and provide $4 billion in home and small-business loans around the region.

Thousands of immigrants could benefit from Supreme Court ruling, lawyers say
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Lawyers say ICE can still deport serious criminals, but not under a vague standard.

‘Black Panther’ star Chadwick Boseman to speak at Howard’s commencement
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"I’m excited to return to the Mecca in celebration of the achievements of our illustrious students,” Boseman said in a news release.

8-year-old arrested after allegedly bringing gun to elementary school
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Authorities believe the 8-year-old brought the gun to a Maryland school after he found it in his home. 

Nurses will be in D.C.’s 911 center in latest attempt to cut emergency call volume
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Instead of an ambulance, some 911 callers will get a Lyft, a taxi and help making medical appointments

Audit: D.C. fails to enforce law requiring contractors to hire out-of-work residents
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The Department of Employment Services says it has since improved and started to crack down on businesses that don’t follow the rules.

New condos in D.C.‘s walkable NoMa to target first-time buyers
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TOWN SQUARE | Residents will be able to bike, walk or take Metro to the H Street NE corridor and 14th Street NW for nightlife.

Va. legislator Freitas raises nearly $350,000 in bid to take on Tim Kaine
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The Republican is in a three-way race for the Senate nomination.

Rushern Baker points to improvements in Prince George’s when making case for governor’s
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The county executive touted his record on economic growth — including an influx of jobs and businesses and decreased unemployment — during his final “State of the County” address.

D.C. failing to enforce law requiring contractors to hire out-of-work residents, audit finds
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The Department of Employment Services issued just one fine for noncompliance between 2013 and 2016. It says it has since improved and started to crack down on businesses that don’t follow the rules.

Virginia House Republicans block Metro tax hikes, which means a bigger drain on funds for roads
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The tax hikes — which would have fallen only on Northern Virginians — would have raised about $30 million of the $154 million a year that the state has pledged to Metro.

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