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After more than one hundred citations for various violations, the D.C. government is dropping its $41 million contract with a security contractor.
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.
Students in Montgomery County, some as young as 9, are getting politically-active, call for the Board of Education to adopt their plan for reusable lunch trays in school cafeterias.
The governors of Maryland and Virginia got into a little spat over job creation at a national governors' conference in D.C. this weekend.
A group of D.C. activists is calling for a law banning all corporate campaign contributions to D.C. Council members. The proposal will be vetted today at the D.C. Board of Election and Ethics.
Fairfax County supervisors are considering funding transportation projects through a 4 percent tax increase on restaurant meals.
Arlington leaders will consider relaxing restrictions on residents keeping hens in the backyard.
Two Prince George's County firefighters remain in critical but stable condition after battling a house fire in Riverdale Friday night.
Gov. Bob McDonnell is trying to protect Virginia from federal budget cuts while also calling for deep spending cuts.
The MWAA is warning that area commuters might end up paying for the Dulles Rail project in the form of tolls, unless the Virginia General Assembly can come to an agreement on labor.
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