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  1. Fairfax student's patented cleat designs are catching company eyesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 29 | The Washington Post

    Falls Church High School senior Brian Eck has designed innovative sports cleats to combat "turf toe." He hopes to start his own company around them.

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  2. Huge condo complex in Tysons Corner orders residents to pick up pets' poopRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Washington Post

    The huge condo facility just off Route 7 said it plans to implement PooPrints, a database that tracks the DNA of dogs and matches it to steamy messes left behind, according to its March newsletter . The association for the condo said it is updating its regulations on pets, otherwise known as Policy Resolution 22. Now dogs will have to be registered with the association and their DNA will be collected via a swab of the dog's mouth.

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  3. Editora s note: Why Ia m just all wrongRead the original story

    Friday Mar 20 | The Washington Post

    I recently wrote a column noting a "certain defensiveness" in the economic development chatter around the region. That provoked this response taking issue with my assertions and a recent blog post by the folks at the Brookings Institution.

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  4. Kelly: After driving a Tesla, it's time to search the couch cushions for $100,000Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 15 | The Washington Post

    Once I'd trained myself to recognize a Tesla - the Model S sedan isn't that distinctive - I started seeing them everywhere: tooling around the Beltway, gliding up Rockville Pike, stuck with me in traffic on 16th Street. They seemed a rich person's plaything, an indulgence, not something that I'd ever want.

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  5. Value Added: Value Added: Do you speak millennial? If yes, an advertising job may be yoursRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 15 | The Washington Post

    Thomas Heath is a local business reporter and columnist, writing about entrepreneurs and various companies big and small in the Washington Metropolitan area. Previously, he wrote about the business of sports for The Post's sports section for most of a decade.

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  6. Carrying on Gabriella Miller's war on pediatric cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | The Washington Post

    Almost a year and a half after 10-year-old childhood-cancer research advocate Gabriella Miller of Leesburg died of an inoperable brain tumor, hundreds of her friends, fans and supporters gathered Saturday at the Ritz Carlton in Tysons Corner to help honor her final request: finding a cure for pediatric cancer. Saturday's second annual Smashing Walnuts Foundation "Cracking the Cure" Gala, a fundraiser hosted by the cancer research foundation that Gabriella created with her family, drew more than 450 - including political officials, cancer researchers, Washington Redskins players and family members of children fighting cancer.

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  7. Metro brings in high-powered help to rebuild its imageRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 9 | The Washington Post

    Metro has hired two high-powered firms to help the transit agency rebuild its tattered image in the wake of a fatal Jan. 12 smoke incident. The agency, which is still reeling from the incident in which one person died and scores of passengers were hospitalized, also is dealing with the botched search for a new chief executive.

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  8. a oeThe Walking Deada : Recap of a ForgetaRead the original story

    Monday Mar 9 | The Washington Post

    One, the consensus seems to be that the Woman in the Window whom Carl saw was . . . Attitude Case Enid , not the Ghost of Lori.

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  9. Tysons-based BookKeeping Express snags $5.8M to fuel expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 3 | The Washington Post

    BookKeeping Express of Tysons Corner collected a $5.8 million round of funding to help it expand its business model of providing back-office bookkeeping services to small and medium-sized businesses throughout the country. The investment was led by Paulson Investment, which has offices in San Francisco, Chicago, Oregon and New York.

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  10. Drivers, walkers feeling weight of winterRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 3 | The Washington Post

    Del Galloway shovels snow in the 900 block of F Street NW during a February storm. I missed my weekly online chat Monday because of a personal transportation problem: My flight back to the D.C. area on Sunday night was canceled because of the winter weather, and I couldn't get another till late Monday.

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  11. Public transit on the ropesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 3 | The Washington Post

    A new streetcar is placed on the rails along H St. NE. It has been a brutal few months for local supporters of public transit, and it may get worse before it gets better.

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  12. Town Square | Social spaces a key attraction in Old Town apartmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | The Washington Post

    At The Kingsley , a new mixed-used community with 175 apartments at 500 Madison St. in Alexandria, the developers sought to create a distinctive modern yet vintage gathering space in the lobby. Multiple seating areas, custom-designed tables and chairs, unexpected art objects and unusual lighting fixtures add whimsy to the lobby, which has 24-foot-high ceilings and a view of the fitness center on the mezzanine level.

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  13. Patriota s Nick Mathews lands at MarshallRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2015 | The Washington Post

    Patriot's Nick Mathews heads for the end zone after shaking off Robinson's Marcus Denham for a third-quarter touchdown on a long bomb as Patriot plays Robinson in a Virginia 6A regional football playoff at Patriot High School in Nokesville VA, November 15, 2013. Nick Mathews has always been transparent on this, the most trying issue of his senior year at Patriot.

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  14. Fairfax County Animal WatchRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2015 | The Washington Post

    Cold kitten rescued: Tysons Corner Mall, 2 p.m. Feb. 13. An officer captured a kitten that was stuck on a ledge and took it to the shelter. The following incidents were reported by the animal control section of the Fairfax City Police Department.

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  15. Planners and drivers disagree on traffic control strategyRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 18, 2015 | The Washington Post

    Your comment that High Occupancy Vehicle lanes are not really a traffic management system was curious. [Dr. Gridlock, Feb. 8].

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  16. 1st Stage puts on taut drama a DoubtaRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 13, 2015 | The Washington Post

    Four flawed characters, each of them blazingly human, populate John Patrick Shanley's Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, "Doubt, a Parable." A maelstrom of life-shattering events in a Brooklyn parochial school pulls the characters downward through 90 intermissionless minutes with the swiftness of a good whodunnit.

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  17. Where We Live: Ashburton in Bethesda, bisected by the BeltwayRead the original story

    Feb 12, 2015 | The Washington Post

    Bill Kane bought his house in Bethesda's Ashburton neighborhood in 1959, paying $28,000 for the brand-new brick split-level built by Aldon Properties. He found himself part of "a huge enclave of Catholics" drawn to nearby Saint Jane Frances de Chantal Church and School on Old Georgetown Road, and he and his wife raised nine children in the home.

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  18. Dr. Gridlock: A third of 95 Express Lanes drivers are carpoolingRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2015 | The Washington Post

    Among the 37,000 vehicles traveling in Northern Virginia's new 95 Express Lanes on an average weekday, 33 percent are using an E-ZPass Flex in the carpool setting, according to the express lanes operator. The first figures released since high-occupancy toll lanes operations began on Dec. 29 show an average toll of $4.01.

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  19. Businesses are demanding loans a " and thata s good news for the areaa s banks.Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 6, 2015 | The Washington Post

    A slow but steady economic recovery, coupled with a pickup in business lending, helped lift profits at Washington-area banks during the fourth quarter of 2014. Profits climbed at 11 of 12 community banks that reported fourth-quarter earnings, with a median gain of 37 percent from the same period a year earlier.

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  20. Fairfax officials: New mall drives up property values in SpringfieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2015 | The Washington Post

    A newly renovated mall in Springfield has helped drive up property values for new commercial construction in that area of Fairfax County by a total of $502 million during the past year, according to new county data. That growth in value, the largest in the county in 2014, was nearly twice as much as in Tysons Corner, where development around the Metro Silver Line route led to a $276a million increase in assessed values for new commercial properties, according to the county department of tax administration.

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