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US Airways in Talks With America West: Preliminary Discussions Include Infusion of Cash, Possible Merger (Post, April 20, 2005)

Arlington Cuts Tax Rate by 8 Cents: Alexandria Residents Call on Their Officials to Do the Same (Post, April 17, 2005)

Schools Seeing Wisdom in Having Defibrillators (Post, April 10, 2005)

Death Sentence Upheld for Inmate Represented by Starr (Post, April 7, 2005)

A Large-Scale Disagreement: As Massive Houses Prompt Protests, Arlington Proposes Limits (Post, March 31, 2005)

Disputed 9/11 Flag Goes for $25,000: Loudoun School Board Chairman Wins Second EBay Auction (Post, March 19, 2005)

Officials Say Fairfax Was Out of Loop: Pentagon Criticized for Not Informing County Responders of Previous Incident (Post, March 16, 2005)

Starr, in New Role, Gives Hope To a Needy Death Row Inmate: Jury Not Told All in Va. Slaying, Famed Lawyer Says (Post, March 14, 2005)

Potomac Mills Owner Proposes Upscale Mall (Post, March 12, 2005)

Arlington Artist Wins Year-Long Traveling Exhibit (Post, Feb. 2, 2005)

Limited Redistricting Is Approved In Arlington: School Plan Includes Few Boundary Changes (Post, Jan. 27, 2005)

Decline in Contracts Depresses CACI Shares (Post, Jan. 26, 2005)

Arlington Chairman Selected: Fisette Stresses Urban Transition (Post, Jan. 2, 2005)

For Many, The Price Isn't Right: City and County Employees Are Struggling to Afford Housing Near Their Jobs (Post, Dec. 16, 2004)

Slaying Victim Was Informant, Records Show: Man Who Was Shot in Pr. William Pleaded Guilty to Drug Charge, Worked Undercover (Post, Dec. 14, 2004)

Affordable Housing Guidelines Rejected: Arlington Must Cease Requests to Developers (Post, Dec. 13, 2004)

Throwing Weight Behind Special Olympics: Va. Truck Pull Raises Funds for Games (Post, Nov. 22, 2004)

GWU Lures Officers Back Into the Classroom (Post, Nov. 21, 2004)

Arlington IB Program Irks Some: Parents Fear Drain Of High Achievers (Post, Nov. 4, 2004)

Young Republicans Brave Enemy Territory: Bush Campaign Workers Are Energized in Liberal Stronghold of Arlington (Post, Oct. 29, 2004)


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