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Shoppers in Old Town Fredericksburg. CREDIT: Greater Fredericksburg Tourism Partnership.

Shoppers in Old Town Fredericksburg. CREDIT: Greater Fredericksburg Tourism Partnership.

The Fredericksburg trolley, Fredericksburg, Va. CREDIT: Virginia Tourism Corporation .

The Fredericksburg trolley, Fredericksburg, Va. CREDIT: Virginia Tourism Corporation .

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AAA: Busy holiday travel season for Virginians

More than one-third of Virginians are expected to travel this holiday season.

95 malnourished animals seized from farm in Boonsboro, Md.

The Human Society of Washington County says 95 malnourished and neglected cows, sheep and goats have been seized from a Boonsboro farm, and the property owner faces animal cruelty charges.

Maryland hospital to host its 1st wheelchair rugby match

The University of Maryland Rehabilitation and Orthopaedic Institute will host its first wheelchair rugby tournament in Baltimore.

Three D.C. schools closed in Logan Circle and Shaw because of water quality problem

Three schools closed because of the water problems in the Shaw and Logan Circle neighborhoods.

Study finds Frederick city salaries lag behind region's pay

According to preliminary results of a study, the city of Frederick may not be paying its employees enough to be competitive in the region.

Washington Monument won't open until noon Thursday because of elevator repairs

Washington Monument won't open until noon Thursday because of elevator repairs

The monument won't open until noon Thursday because of the problem.

2 NY residents face cigarette transport charges in W.Va.

Two New York residents face charges of illegally transporting cigarettes from Virginia to West Virginia.

Feds investigate possible thefts at Va. hospital pharmacy

Federal authorities are investigating possible thefts at Lynchburg General Hospital's pharmacy.

Delays on some of Metro's rail lines

Riders should expect delays because of an earlier train malfunction

Water issues force 3 DC public schools to close Thursday

Water contamination in a section of northwest Washington is forcing three District of Columbia public schools to close for students and staff.

Trial set for ex-Navy engineer in military secrets case

A former Navy civilian engineer is scheduled to stand trial next summer on charges of trying to steal aircraft carrier schematics.

U.Va. to make public reviews of response to rape allegations

University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan says the school will make public reviews of how it responds to sexual assault allegations.

Montgomery County orders hiring freeze amid budget shortfall

Montgomery County is freezing most hiring and purchasing through June to help close a $179 million budget shortfall.

Water advisory continues after petroleum contamination in DC

An order to not drink the tap water remains in effect for a section of northwest Washington because of petroleum contamination in the water.

D.C. Metro stops with the highest name recognition

D.C. Metro stops with the highest name recognition

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Artisphere arts center likely to close in Arlington

Arlington County Manager Barbara Donnellan says the money-losing Artisphere arts center should close next June because it has failed to break even after years of subsidies.

D.C. area forecast: Savory sun, bothersome breeze today; small rain or snow chance late Saturday

D.C. area forecast: Savory sun, bothersome breeze today; small rain or snow chance late Saturday

A Saturday storm will struggle to throw rain or snow with little or no accumulation.

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Lawmaker: Herring to probe Va. tunnel toll late fees

A lawmaker says state Attorney General Mark Herring's office will look into late fees that Elizabeth River Crossings adds to motorists' bills on unpaid tunnel toll invoices.

Delaney addressing transportation issues in DC suburbs

Commuter transportation is the focus of a meeting that U.S. Rep. John Delaney is holding with elected officials from Frederick and Montgomery counties.

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