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A ceremonial key unlocks a chapter in a U.S. Coast Guard family’s history
The suitcase wasn’t supposed to go to Goodwill. Who knew what was inside it?

Can a change of titles make DC seem more stately? Ask Gov. Bowser.
The mayor would be ‘governor,’ and the city council would be the ‘legislative assembly’ under a pro-statehood bill.

Two D.C. jail inmates found dead in May died from opioid overdoses
City plans on increasing the use of drug sniffing dogs and screening machines at the jail

Homeless tent city in the heart of gentrifying Washington gets moved out
Tents violate ban on public camping, but homeless just pitch new homes a few blocks away.

Advertising may be coming to Capital Bikeshare bikes
Arlington sets policy, agrees to hire broker to find sponsor for systemwide advertising

Note-writing bank robbers target a trio of NW institutions over 2 days
Three bank robberies were attempted Monday and Tuesday in busy, relatively prosperous parts of the District, police said.

Dominique Dawes of 1996 ‘Magnificent Seven’ gymnastics team advocates for National Parks, motherhood
WashingtonTimes.com / Tue, 20 Jun 2017 21:24:26 -0400

Former Olympic gymnast Dominique Dawes grew up in Silver Spring, Maryland, but a few miles from some of the most important sites in America such as the White House, National Mall and the Capitol. But what the three-time Olympian never realized what exactly how many National Parks were located but ...

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