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Posted at 11:46 AM ET, 05/15/2012

Dog park coming to Clarendon; Maryland’s Corridor Cities Transitway plan finalized


Clarendon will soon be getting its own dog park, similar to this one on 17th Street in Dupont Circle NW in Washington. (Joe Yonan/The Washington Post)
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James Hunter Park in Clarendon cleared an important hurdle toward being made over as a dog park. (ARL Now)

Maryland has officially finalized its planning for the Corridor Cities Transitway that would connect the Shady Grove metro station northwest to Clarksburg. (BeyondDC)

Following his decision to step down yesterday, a final, in-depth analysis of Dale Hunter’s six months as head coach of the Capitals. (Russian Machine Never Breaks)

The Forest Diner in Ellicott City, Md., is closing down this month after operating for 66 years. (Tales of Two Cities)

By Andy Smith  |  11:46 AM ET, 05/15/2012

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