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Answer Man remembers when D.C. newspapers had their own summer resorts
Imagine vacationing at a beach surrounded by fellow Washington Post readers.

Baltimore teachers get lessons in Chesapeake Bay’s challenges, recovery
Teachers spend a week in a summer school program aimed at helping them improve environmental literacy in Maryland schools.

Some employees in a large Maryland school system see signs of grade tampering
One Prince George’s teacher said administrators “do whatever it takes” to raise graduation rates.

Maryland progressive groups learn that ‘movements are messy’
With scores of groups cropping up since the 2016 election, coordination isn’t always easy.

Break-in, shooting at Prince George’s home leaves one suspect dead
Two suspects broke into home and exchanged gunfire with occupants, police say


Gaithersburg man gets life in drug case
Justin Larson distributed acetyl fentanyl in 2014 to a user who later died, authorities said.

One lawn at a time: D.C. seniors get help from juvenile offenders headed home
Mayor spotlights program that provides lawn care services and aims to teach job skills

‘Beautiful line of thunderstorms’ visits Washington region
Reagan National Airport reports 0.65 inches as the D.C. area gets considerable rain.


Trump’s budget plans have already cut financial support for low-cost housing
Administration’s tax proposal has side effect of reducing funding for affordable housing by $1 billion.

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