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So many candidates, so much mail
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Montgomery County voters face deluge of political mailings this year, thanks to term limits and public financing.

Jealous-Baker fight in Maryland exposes divisions over how Democrats can win
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Gubernatorial primary pits Sanders-backed political novice against veteran officeholder backed by party establishment.

Initiative 77 tipping wars in D.C. moves from campaign to Council
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Restaurants urge lawmakers to overturn the results of the ballot measure; advocates say don’t dare.

In 1984 she went missing. Could the skeletal remains found in a D.C. apartment crawl space in April
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Barbara Jean Dreher disappeared in 1984. Her family is awaiting results of DNA testing.

Maryland governor’s race exposes divisions over how Democrats can win
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The gubernatorial primary pits Ben Jealous, a Bernie Sanders-backed political novice, against Rushern L. Baker III,  a veteran officeholder supported by the party establishment.

In 1984 she went missing. Could the skeletal remains found in a D.C. apartment crawl space in April
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For more than three decades, the disappearance of Barbara Jean Dreher has left her family in a kind of emotional limbo. Now, her son is waiting for an answer he’s not sure he wants to hear.

Initiative 77 tipping wars in D.C. move from campaign to Council
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Restaurants are urging lawmakers to overturn the results of the ballot measure, but supporters are demanding that the council respect Tuesday’s result.

D.C. residents must earn $34.48 an hour to afford rent on a two-bedroom home, report says
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A person earning the District's minimum wage of $13.25 per hour would have to work 104 hours a week, according to the National Low Income Housing Coalition.

For Montgomery County voters, so many candidates, so much mail
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A new term-limits law and a public campaign financing system in use for the first time have combined to produce a bumper crop of candidates in the largely blue county, where a win in the Democratic primary likely means success in November.

New Paper Mill Road traffic signal part of broader safety plan
Mon, 18 Jun 2018 17:30:00 -0400
A new traffic signal at the intersection of Paper Mill and Creek View roads – near Timothy’s of Newark – was activated Monday.

Miss Newark’s Outstanding Teen wins statewide pageant
Tue, 19 Jun 2018 00:00:00 -0400
For Miss Delaware’s Outstanding Teen 2018 Skyler Knox, pageantry runs in the family.

$27.6 million capital referendum draws broad support from Newark voters
Wed, 20 Jun 2018 01:00:00 -0400
Election results Rodney stormwater pond ($6.5 million) For: 1,792, Against: 405 Rodney park amenities ($2.5 million) For: 1,471, Against: 702 Water/sewer projects ($15.6 million) For: 1,815, Against: 373 General projects

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