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New York City has launched a pilot program in which pay phones kiosks become free Wi-Fi hotspots.
When summer break ends, thousands of D.C students will return to schools without a librarian. Making a "tough budget choice," D.C. Public Schools decided to eliminate funding for librarians at schools with an enrollment of fewer than 300 students.
"We have received complaints about price gouging in the area of gasoline prices as well as in the area of hotels," says Karen Straughn, the director of the mediation unit for the Maryland Attorney General's Office.
With the heat index expected to reach 110 degrees on Friday, emergency responders at the AT&T National golf tournament are adding personnel and a bus.
AT&T National, the golf tournament that starts Thursday at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, won't only be a challenge golfers. Medical personnel will be on hand responding to dehydration and hyperthermia.
When Shakespeare wrote the words "What's in a name," he could not have envisioned the plight of Gerry Sandusky, the radio voice of the Baltimore Ravens and sports director at WBAL-TV.
Newsflash: Kids can visit the Newseum for free this summer.
Unlike other parts of the country, people are buying homes and waiting for homes to come on the market in Northern Virginia.
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New restaurants, shops and apartment buildings are popping up at a dizzying pace along Route 1, and that's prompting changes.
The "Shootout for Soldiers" is a first. It will set a record for time and number of players, but it's also going to raise support for wounded warriors.
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