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  1. Metro offers way to boost on-time performance by cutting serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Washington Post

    Building the Silver Line stations in Fairfax County has not added as many riders as projected. Now, Metro is considering a cut in train frequency.

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  2. a Peter Pana flies high in panoramic performance at Tysons Corner CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Washington Post

    The essential question has to be, "Will my children and grandchildren have fun watching 'Peter Pan' in the big tent at Tysons Corner Center?" Critical quibbles are to come and they are not minor, but they are not central to kids' enjoyment. Peter, Wendy and her brothers fly high and with grace, often against panoramic 360-degree projections.

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  3. Three competitors in World Police and Fire Games seriously hurt in bike raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Washington Post

    Prince William County Police Department spokesman Jonathan Perok said that at least three bicycles crashed during a road race in Prince William Forest Park. The Web site of the World Police and Fire Games, a sporting competition between law enforcement officers from across the globe, said a cycling event was scheduled in the park Thursday.

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  4. Metro service changes: Ita s not just about the Blue LineRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Washington Post

    Opening the Silver Line last summer stressed the Metrorail system and contributed to worsening on-time performance. Jim Hughes, a senior planning official with the transit authority, outlined the proposal on Wednesday night for the Metro Riders' Advisory Council.

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  5. Eleven Oaks is a new development that straddles Fairfax county and Fairfax cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Washington Post

    Eleven Oaks, a 7.6-acre community in Fairfax, spans the boundary between the city of Fairfax and Fairfax County. Eleven Oaks, a 7.6-acre community of townhouses and single-family houses in Northern Virginia, offers buyers a choice between living in Fairfax City or Fairfax County.

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  6. Russian police officer arrested at Tysons Corner on shoplifting chargeRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | The Washington Post

    A Russian police officer, in America to participate in the World Police and Fire Games, was arrested Tuesday night by Fairfax County police after he was allegedly caught shoplifting from a department store in Tysons Corner, Fairfax police said Wednesday. Police said Ruslan Rizaev, 29, was spotted by a loss protection officer attempting to take some clothes from the Macy's store at Tysons Galleria.

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  7. Some Beltway relief set for next weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | The Washington Post

    The Virginia Department of Transportation is finishing up a Capital Beltway project that could provide relief to many thousands of rush hour drivers north of Tysons Corner. VDOT officials hope to open the inner loop shoulder to traffic as early as Tuesday morning.

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  8. What happens when the public can't use - or find - public art, spaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | The Washington Post

    Tucked behind several high-rise apartment and office buildings in downtown Bethesda, Md., sits an expansive red-brick plaza with inviting benches, planters of bright pink flowers and a colorful mosaic sculpture. It looks like a peaceful place to grab an outdoor lunch or read a book.

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  9. Seven Corners residents seek to change plan to revive aging suburbRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | The Washington Post

    Worried about density, residents in the Seven Corners area of Northern Virginia are pushing to scale down a redevelopment plan meant to ease traffic congestion at one of the region's worst intersections while creating new businesses and as many as 6,000 homes. In an alternative proposal submitted last week to Fairfax County officials, leaders of five area homeowners associations argue that there should be about 20 percent fewer homes built when the Seven Corners plan is finished during the next several decades.

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  10. In changing times, even Rotary Clubs wrestle over making prayer acceptableRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 28 | The Washington Post

    Gone are the days when a retired pastor would start each Vienna Rotary Club luncheon with a traditional Christian prayer. For the past year, club members in the leafy Washington suburb have alternated between prayer, nondenominational words of inspiration and moments of silent reflection.

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  11. Rescue workers from around the world arrive in D.C. region to compete in gamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | The Washington Post

    Nearly 10,000 rescue workers from 65 countries have arrived to the Washington region to start competing Friday in an Olympics-style event known as the World Police & Fire Games. The 10-day event will formally kick off Friday evening with opening ceremonies held inside Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium, where former Secretary of State Colin Powell is scheduled to speak.

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  12. 12 things to do in the D.C. area on the weekend of June 26-28Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | The Washington Post

    The weekend's best bets in nightlife, festivals, music, sports and so much more around the Washington area. Want more ideas? Check out Fritz Hahn's Nightlife Agenda .

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  13. BASIS, a top charter network, launching private school in VirginiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | The Washington Post

    Math teacher Robert Biemesderfer asks students questions during the opening of a BASIS charter school in D.C. in August 2012. College professors Michael and Olga Block became frustrated by the plodding pace of American education as compared with advanced classrooms overseas, and in 1998 they opened their own school in a worn-out shopping mall in Tucson.

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  14. Meet three athletes competing in the World Police and Fire Games, in FairfaxRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | The Washington Post

    No need to wait until Rio; Fairfax County hosts a summer olympiad starting Friday. More than 10,000 public safety officials from 65 countries will compete in the biennial World Police and Fire Games , which runs through July 5. It's free to attend any event among all 61 sports, which include standards like track and field plus "profession sports" such as Ultimate Firefighter, a simulated rescue drill in "full bunker gear."

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  15. Unconventional gym spacesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 16 | The Washington Post

    The marquee sign that once listed showtimes at the Visions cinemain Dupont Circle now heralds the opening of the indoor cycling club Flywheel . The old concession stand has been repurposed into a front desk, while the mezzanine has been transformed into a fitness studio complete with floor-to-ceiling mirrors.

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  16. Wegmans is coming to Tysons CornerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 8 | The Washington Post

    Wegmans plans to open an urban-style store in Tysons Corner as part of a massive expansion of Capital One's corporate headquarters the two companies announced Monday. The store will be part of a mixed-use building with either apartments or offices upstairs on Capital One's property at the intersection of the Capital Beltway and Route 123 near the McLean stop on the Silver Line.

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  17. Wegmans coming to Tysons as part of Capital One headquartersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 8 | The Washington Post

    Wegmans plans to open an urban-style store in Tysons Corner as part of a massive expansion of Capital One's corporate headquarters the two companies announced Monday. The store will be part of a mixed-use building with either apartments or offices upstairs on Capital One's property at the intersection of the Capital Beltway and Route 123 near the McLean stop on the Silver Line.

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  18. Read the letter from Va. transportation chief to Metro: a Continued inactiona is unacceptableaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 4 | The Washington Post

    Virginia Transportation Secretary Aubrey Layne addresses the Commonwealth Transportation Board at its meeting in Tysons Corner. In a letter released this week, Virginia Transportation Secretary Aubrey Layne urges Metro officials to move more quickly to find a permanent leader.

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  19. Hey, Maryland. It's your turn to ease congestion on the Capital Beltway.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 3 | The Washington Post

    The Beltway looks as wide as the Mississippi River in Tysons Corner, but just to the north, where the express lanes end, the highway is too narrow for the traffic. Can you please give us an update on the inner loop's express lanes extension? It's been over a year since the construction began.

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  20. 4 Democrats compete in Fairfax's sometimes divided Mount Vernon districtRead the original story w/Photo

    May 31, 2015 | The Washington Post

    The Mount Vernon district of Fairfax County is physically divided by the sprawling Fort Belvoir military base, a sort of modern-day Mason-Dixon line in an area that is sometimes at odds with itself. To the north and to the south, civic groups function apart from one another, clashing at times over who gets more resources and more desirable development, and who has more problems with traffic and other suburban ills.

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