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Environmentalists, Developers Fight Over Montgomery County Creek

Could plans to build new homes near Montgomery County's Ten Mile Creek endanger a critical source of clean water?

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Bladensburg Gets First Farm On Grounds Of Low-Income Apartments

The first urban farm built on the grounds of a low-income apartment complex is taking root in Bladensburg, Md.

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This Week On Metro Connection: Down The Hatch

From mussels to moussaka, we'll focus on food and drink as we bring you our annual show about the D.C. region's culinary culture.

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Prince George's County Water Emergency Update

Kojo gets the latest on how southern Prince George's County residents are preparing for a water shutdown during the hottest period of the summer so far.

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Landmark Mall To Get A New Lease On Life

One of Northern Virginia's emptiest shopping malls is about to get a makeover, but it comes at the expense of some tenants.

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Arlington Board To Consider Turning Dairy Farm Into Learning Center

The Arlington County Board will soon consider a proposal to transform an old dairy farm into a learning center for children.

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Demolition Crews Have Busy Year In Prince George's County

A total of 46 abandoned homes have been razed this year in Prince George's County, with dozens more planned in an effort to buoy property values and remove eyesores.

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Ongoing Debate Over Fracking Regulation

A New York court rules local governments can ban the practice of hydraulic fracturing. Diane and her guests discuss the ongoing debate over fracking and its impact on U.S. energy prices.

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Kinship Community In Sandy Spring Continues Fight For Property Rights

Families in rural Montgomery County are trying to claim land they've owned for more than 100 years, but are deeds from the late 19th century sufficient today?

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Waiting For Affordable Housing In D.C.

D.C.'s waiting list for public housing and rental vouchers closed to new applicants Friday -- but there are still 70,000 names on the list. Kojo explores the city's plans to boost spending on low-cost housing to meet a growing shortage.