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Wreaths Across America

Volunteers turn out to honor veterans.

Wreaths Across America

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Why Not Read Local in Arlington?

Society of Children's Book Authors sponsors local contest.

Flourishing After 55

Flourishing After 55

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Dominion Awards Grant to Earth Force

Dominion Awards Grant to Earth Force

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Dominion Awards Grant to Earth Force

Dominion Awards Grant to Earth Force

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Dominion Awards Grant to Earth Force

Dominion Awards Grant to Earth Force

Marymount Honors Members of Graduating Class at Recognition Day

Marymount Honors Members of Graduating Class at Recognition Day

Reston and Vienna Students Win Competition in Brain Training

Reston and Vienna Students Win Competition in Brain Training

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How to Package 20,000 Meals in Four Hours

Seventy-five volunteers have gathered at CUMC on Filmore Street on March 11 to package 20,000 meals for Stop Hunger Now.

People at Work

A plumbers work in Old Town, Alexandria

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Prisoner Reentry: Some Solutions

Local programs, services help ex-offenders.

Ex-offenders may face stigma, lack of family support, inadequate life skills suitable for making it on "the outside" and difficulty getting and retaining employment.

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Tree Stewards Gather to Celebrate New Year

For a Tree Steward, having fun while protecting local trees is important.

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Unseasonable in Arlington

Thomas and Melissa Cornils share a father-daughter moment in the sun outside Toby’s Ice Cream in Westover on Sunday, Jan. 15. Paul Miller at Toby’s said he was amazed at how many ice creams he had sold that morning: normally this time of year it’s all about hot coffee.

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Arlington: The Unconventional Race

8th District election pits Beyer against Hernick.

While the nation chooses between two Presidential candidates of extreme political and temperamental differences, voters in Virginia’s 8th District face a different kind of decision. As Democratic U.S. Rep. Don Beyer runs for reelection, he faces opposition from an un-Trump-like Republican candidate. Republican candidate Charles Hernick meets at Commonwealth Joe’s, a coffee shop in Pentagon City so new it hasn’t even had its official opening. It’s populated almost exclusively by millennials, and Hernick fits right in. When asked about the political issues that matter to them, the students and baristas at Commonwealth Joe’s all answer that climate change and combating student debt are their key voting issues. It’s a liberal atmosphere, but that doesn’t stop Hernick from trying to win them over.

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