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Drivers debate strategy for a less-than-perfect world
Feb 10,2017

I'm doing this for your own good. What with the inauguration and the Women’s March and various Metrorail problems, it’s been a while since I’ve let drivers vent their frustrations.

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Historic Sites Open In Alexandria Feb. 20
Feb 10,2017

From The City of Alexandria: On Monday, February 20, the day of the George Washington Birthday Parade in Alexandria, several Historic Alexandria sites will be hosting special open houses with free admission.


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Reston Hospital Offers Most Advanced Spinal Surgery Options - Source Connection news papers
Feb 09,2017

Reston Hospital Center is the first in the region to add the Mazor surgical assurance platform to its award‐winning regional spinal surgery program. The Mazor X system combines

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What's hot and not in the D.C.-area housing market - Source Washington post
Feb 08,2017

After a year of economic ups and downs and plenty of political uncertainty, 2016 ended up a relatively calm year for Washington’s real estate market. Plenty of individual neighborhoods


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Go Buses offers new route from Fairfax County to New York City for $18 - Source Fairfax times
Feb 08,2017

Go Buses has announced new routes that bring bus service to Fairfax County travelers wanting to go to New York City . On January 6, Go Buses began two routes with daily service to/from Midtown

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With Nestle's big move to Rosslyn, will staff handle Northern Va. traffic?
Feb 03,2017

Nestle USA is moving its corporate headquarters to Rosslyn from the West Coast, and many employees will have a chance to relocate to the D.C. area.

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Planning begins for Cameron Run Regional Park's future
Feb 03,2017

The next phase in the life of Cameron Run Regional Park should become clearer by early summer, because city council on January 10 approved a process to get the public’s feedback on its future.

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Cities, suburbs are requiring too much parking near transit stations, study says - Source Washington post
Feb 01,2017

Auto-centric standards and zoning requirements have led to too much parking being built around transit stations, leaving many parking spaces empty and wasting valuable land




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