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P.G. County Seeks Foreign Investors

Prince George’s County wants foreign investors from China to help increase economic development in low-income neighborhoods through a nationwide program previously used in the District. County officials pitched a three-city business tour to China in September before more than a dozen business leaders during an investment forum July 15 at the Largo Government Center in
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Gruden on relationship with RG3: ‘Happiness comes with wins’

RICHMOND—No Hollywood couple has a relationship that has been more heavily scrutinized this year than the one between Jay Gruden and Robert Griffin III. In 2013 it became apparent that the relationship between head coach Mike Shanahan and Griffin had deteriorated to the point where it was untenable. The team went from 10-6 division champs
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Ben’s Chili Bowl to Open Reagan Airport Location on Wednesday

Ben’s Chili Bowl, the landmark D.C. restaurant that has for decades been an historic part of city culture, will celebrate the opening of its first airport location Wednesday during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Reagan National Airport. The event will be held 10:30 a.m. in the concourse level of the airport’s B/C terminal. The Chuck Brown
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Planes carrying remains arrive in Netherlands

(CNN) – A lone bugler sounding the traditional military farewell “Last Post” marked the arrival Wednesday in the Netherlands of the first dead from the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. The grieving nation then held a moment of silence to honor those killed in the crash of the jetliner, downed last week by a suspected
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wiz The Wizards release first alternate jerseys since 2006 and they’re blue

The Wizards released their new alternate jerseys on Tuesday — their first alternates since going back to red-white-and-blue uniforms before the 2011-12 season. The alternates “will be primarily navy blue with red color-blocking at the top and ‘Washington’ listed on the front while the navy shorts will feature the secondary Monument’ logo,” the team said in a release.
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Gray Expands D.C. Free Summer Meals Program to Saturdays

D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray (D) announced Thursday the expansion of the city’s Free Summer Meals program to Saturdays, the second straight year he has done so. Beginning July 19, free meals will be offered on Saturdays at select D.C. Department of Parks and Recreation centers and public library branches. The summer program, which began in
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AIDS Walk Has a New Name

The Whitman-Walker Health clinic in Northwest recently announced that, after 27 years, it is changing the name of its signature activity. AIDS Walk Washington will now be known as The Walk to End HIV, a change that Whitman-Walker Health executive director Don Blanchon said is a sign of the nation’s evolving view of the disease.
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