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The Columbus Dispatch
Online tools help small shops find talent
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Sun May 19, 2013
Quick Q&A with Mason District Supervisor Penny Gross
With summer fast approaching, Patch checked in with Mason District Supervisor Penelope Gross to briefly discuss the major issues currently happening within the district and the initiatives her office is currently pursuing.
Hampton Roads Daily Press
A troubled timeline: Recent developments regarding military sexual assaults
Air Force Lt. Col. Jeffrey Krusinski, 41, is arrested on suspicion of drunkenly grabbing a woman in an Arlington, Va., parking lot.
Arlington, Region See Overall Decline in Homelessness
The DC region has seen a decline in homelessness between 2009 and 2013, but a new report from of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments raised concerns that sequestration cuts could impact grants that fund the region's homelessness reduction programs and reverse recent progress.
Sat May 18, 2013
Stars and Stripes
'I came back. He didn't': 38 years later, closure for a Marine
The two had known each other less than three weeks when they found themselves inside helicopters about to land off a Cambodian island, and were easy targets for a firestorm of Khmer Rouge bullets and rocket-propelled grenades.
GU Considers Renting Graduate Student Housing in Rosslyn
A new building under construction in Rosslyn could help Georgetown University meet demand for housing among graduate students, according to The Washington Business Journal .
The area's best rooftop bars
Summer is almost here, and that means bars and restaurants are opening their rooftop decks.
Press Releases: Secretary Kerry To Address Security Overseas Seminar Class
Secretary of State John Kerry will address the Foreign Service Institute's Security Overseas Seminar on Monday, May 20, at 9:00am at the George P. Shultz National Foreign Affairs Training Center.
Volunteer Fairfax Announces Initiative to Engage Senior Citizens in Volunteer Service
Volunteer Fairfax was recently awarded a federal grant to sponsor RSVP , a program which invites individuals age 55 and older to participate in volunteer opportunities.
Lt. Gov. Race: Democrat Aneesh Chopra Wants to Reverse TRAP...
Aneesh Chopra , one of two Democrats running for Virginia's Lt. Gov. seat, wants to reverse controversial legislation backed by Republican Gov.
Oby Lee: European Flavors In Clarendon
Delaware beach goers may remember visiting one of Oby Lee's five coffee shops, known for homemade freshly roasted coffee beans and winner of "Best in State" coffee awards for eight years running.
Fri May 17, 2013
Weekend Guide: Concerts in the Park, Taste of Arlington and More
Why Go: The first of three scheduled Citizens Association of Georgetown summer concert events kicks off this Sunday evening with Georgetown's own Rebecca McCabe and Honky Tonk Confidential in Volta Park .
Elephantine adventure in Northern Virginia
For a brief time , Luna Park opened its doors to thousands in search of recreation and entertainment.
New Boundaries Approved as County Board Considers Ashlawn Addition
The School Board unanimously adopted "Variation B" of Superintendent Dr. Patrick Murphy's recommended boundaries .
WOW House: Shirley Woods Home For Sale
Looking for a beautiful home on a quiet street in Arlington, not far from city life? Located in Shirley Woods in North Arlington, this home is for sale with a current list price of $2,695,777. It has been on the market for more than a year.
Jacksonville Daily News
Mission Draw-down: 2nd Marine Logistics Group deploys to Afghanistan
Roughly 160 Marines and sailors from 2nd Marine Logistics Group deployed to Afghanistan on Thursday in direct support of the military drawdown of troops and gear there.
State Razes Homeless Man's Huge Makeshift Shelter
Virginia transportation officials worked for hours to remove a huge makeshift shelter a homeless man built and lived in for 9 years.
Thu May 16, 2013
Crime Report: Woman 'Mugged' in Sister Fight
A woman had to get surgical staples in the back of her head after her sister struck her with a coffee mug, according to this week's Arlington County Police Department crime report MALICIOUS WOUNDING, 05/11/13, 800 block of N. Quincy Street.
Taste of Arlington 2013: Bands and Entertainment
In addition to more than 40 of Arlington's best restaurants, the 26th Annual Taste of Arlington offers a variety of activities for all ages.
Taste of Arlington 2013: Who's Dishing and Pouring
With more than 40 Arlington restaurants serving food, along with a wine and beer garden, there are many different options to choose from at the 26th Annual Taste of Arlington.