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New Alexandria Deputies - Source Connection news papers
Jan 10,2017

From left, Deputy Zachary Selph, Deputy Emily Morris, Deputy Kirsten Knapp, Deputy Morgan Garner, Deputy Maurice Anderson and Deputy Derek Freeman

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Republican-led Congress denies D.C. delegate a vote. Again. - Source Washington post
Jan 04,2017

On the first day of the 115th Congress, members buzzed Tuesday about the repeal of President Obama’s health-care law, tax reform and whether to gut the ethics office.

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Six Alexandria Deputies Graduate From Criminal Justice Academy - Source Alexandria news
Jan 03,2017

Six Alexandria deputy sheriffs graduated from Session 135 of the Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Training Academy on Wednesday, Dec. 21. The new deputies successfully

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The Worst Political Predictions of 2016 - Source Politico
Dec 28,2016

The political prediction industry has never been known for getting it right, but 2016 was an unusually rough year for the soothsayers among us. In June, Britain defied the betting

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Alexandria Captain Graduates From FBI National Academy - Source Alexandria news
Dec 27,2016

Alexandria Police Captain Shirl Mammarella graduated from the FBI National Academy last Friday, Dec. 16, 2016, one of 225 graduates in the academy's 266th Session.

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Donald Trump Isn’t on Metro’s Inauguration SmarTrip Card - Source Washingtonian
Dec 22,2016

Metro's commemorative SmarTrip fare cards for next month's presidential inauguration went on sale Wednesday. The cards feature a big seal reading "Inauguration Celebration"

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Bowser taps deputy health mayor for third stint leading child welfare agency - Source Washington post
Dec 20,2016

Mayor Muriel E. Bowser’s top aide on health-care issues is returning to the Child and Family Services Agency for a third stint leading the long-scrutinized department that investigates

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Two D.C. Council members propose radical revisions to paid family leave bill - Source Washington post
Dec 20,2016

Two D.C. Council members are proposing dramatic revisions to the city’s landmark bill guaranteeing up to two months of paid time off for new parents, setting up a showdown

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