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Factor in transportation and 'burbs not as affordable

With transportation and housing costs rising faster than incomes, it might be cheaper to live closer to a city.

Thursday - 03/08/2012, 10:17am EST

Tags: exurbs, sprawl & crawl, housing, Colleen Kelleher, Center for Neighborhood Technology, smart growth

Redskins could move training camp to Richmond

The Redskins are considering taking summer training camp and the business that goes with it to Richmond.

Thursday - 03/08/2012, 07:04am EST

Tags: Redskins, ashburn, Richmond, University of Richmond, Virginia Commonwealth University, Colleen Kelleher

Jazz bassist Joe Byrd dies after Annapolis crash

Bass player Joe Byrd -- the youngest brother of late guitar great Charlie Byrd -- died after a car crash in Anne Arundel County. The initial investigation indicates another driver went through a red light and struck Byrd's Volvo.

Wednesday - 03/07/2012, 11:43am EST

Tags: Joe Byrd, Charlie Byrd, Annapolis

Street sweeping tickets mistakenly issued in NW

Enforcement isn't supposed to start until March 12, but numerous $100 rush-hour tickets recently were written in the 600 block of Harvard Street NW that shouldn't have been.

Tuesday - 03/06/2012, 12:00pm EST

Tags: D.C. Department of Public Works, Linda Grant, street sweeping,

Spring training tips to avoid softball injuries

The key to avoid injuries, says Nationals head trainer Lee Kuntz, is to get sweaty.

Monday - 03/05/2012, 04:18am EST

Tags: softball, baseball, Steve McCatty, Lee Kuntz

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Study: Parental leave may hurt women in workplace

The birth of a new baby often means a parent chooses to stay home, but while women breast-feed and change diapers, men use the time off to advance their careers, according to a new study.

Thursday - 03/01/2012, 07:42am EST

Tags: paternity leave, maternity leave, The Wall Street Journal,

Industry: $1 trillion needed to replace water lines

Your water bill will be going up -- and will likely stay up -- as the water industry struggles to replace aging and failing water pipes.

Monday - 02/27/2012, 07:27am EST

Tags: WSSC, aging water lines, water and sewer

D.C.: Home to politicos, diplomats ... and cheaters?

Many politicians and diplomats call D.C. home, and apparently, so do the highest number of cheaters in the country.

Friday - 02/24/2012, 07:20am EST

Tags: cheating, infidelity

Huguely faces 26 years in U.Va. lacrosse murder

The prosecutor who meticulously and methodically constructed the case against George Huguely V in the May 3, 2010, beating death of Yeardley Love spoke glumly late Wednesday

Thursday - 02/23/2012, 07:18pm EST

Tags: andrew mollenbeck, University of Virginia, Yeardley Love, George Huguely V, Chevy Chase, Charlottesville, Cockeysville,

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Male shoppers learning to accessorize

Men are accessorizing again -- buying hats, umbrellas and bags in what forecasters predict could be a 20-year high.

Monday - 02/20/2012, 12:00pm EST

Tags: The New York Times,

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