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Arlington Police Filling A Cruiser With School Supplies

Supplies will be collected Thursday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
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Arlington Hotel Near Amazon's New Headquarters Sold For Nearly $100 Million

A Marriott hotel blocks away from Amazon’s new Northern Virginia headquarters was sold for about $100 million. The Residence Inn Arlington Pentagon City, located at 550 Army Navy Drive, was sold for $99.1 million last month. Real estate publication Bisnow was the first to report the sale. Host...
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These Local Schools Cracked The Princeton Review's List Of Best Colleges

Five schools in the District and 16 in Virginia were recognized on the Princeton Review’s list of the best 385 colleges in the country. The outlet surveys 1400,000 students at different schools and asks questions about academic rigor, school staff and administration and student life. American...
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D.C. Fire And EMS Is One Of The Busiest Stations In The Nation

The outlet reviewed data from 248 fire departments.
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Here's What To Know About Tonight's Perseid Meteor Shower

Perseid meteors started flaring across the sky a month ago but have now reached their peak, creating bright flares that can be seen late at night or early in the morning. The Perseids, which will appear between 15 and 20 mph Monday, are best seen at 2 a.m. or dawn, NASA reported. They typically...
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Young People Are Flocking To Arlington, Report Finds

Arlington County cracked the top 40.
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The owner of a massage spa is charged for running a prostitution business.

Spa In Rockville Doubled As 'House of Prostitution'

The owner was charged with human trafficking and prostitution.
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A Tesla being driven on autopilot caught fire.

The Morning Drive: Tesla Crash, Dirty Underwear, Sewer Spillage

This woman cleaned her underwear where??
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D.C. Restaurant Week Is Approaching. Here's What You Need To Know.

Restaurants involved serve brunch, lunch and dinner.
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Many Parents Pressured To Overspend On School Shopping, Study Says

Some parents find back-to-school shopping almost as stressful as shopping for the holidays. Forty-three percent of parents feel pressured to overspend on school shopping, according to a Bankrate.com study. Millennial parents were the most likely to report feeling pressured. Fifty-six percent of...
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