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Alexandria Apartments' Forthcoming Sale Worries Residents

Hundreds of residents at an Alexandria apartment complex face an uncertain future, as the landlord prepares to sell the property.

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D.C. Building Heights Rule Could Be Relaxed

D.C.'s strict height limits for buildings could be relaxed if some city and Congressional leaders get their way.

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Alexandria Waterfront Plan On Hold After Board Rules For Opponents

Challengers to the Alexandria waterfront redevelopment plan won a hard-fought victory Thursday night when the city's Board of Zoning Appeals granted their challenge to the proposal. City leaders are planning an emergency response.

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Hurricanes, Tornadoes & Severe Storms: Are you ready?

Tornadoes. Hurricanes. Severe Storms. Early-warning can protect people and property when severe weather hits. But how do you get people to actually HEED the warnings?

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Clinton University Volunteers Rehab D.C. Houses

Several Northeast D.C. residents got a home makeover, and a visit from former President Bill Clinton, over the weekend.

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CQ Roll Call: Capitol Police Take On More Responsibility, Disagreement May Delay Eisenhower Memorial

In the past year, Congress has taken a more active role in handling tourist hotspots around the National Mall and Capitol, but that means access to those areas may be limited.

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Montgomery Council Wants Say In Plan To Lease County Property

Some members of the Montgomery County Council are hoping to gain more oversight over County Executive Isiah Leggett's plan to develop school property in Potomac into athletic fields.

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Alexandria Redevelopment Efforts To Go Forward

A judge has ruled against halting Alexandria's waterfront redevelopment plans.
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Alexandria Redevelopment Efforts To Go Forward

A judge has ruled against halting Alexandria's waterfront redevelopment plans.
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Fairfax Executive Presents $6.7 Billion Budget

Fairfax County officials have proposed a $6.7 billion budget, a 6 percent increase over last year, buoyed in large part by gains in property values in the county.

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