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Oh, and don’t flush your dental floss, either. It clogs up the works.

The problems are in Arlington, Gaithersburg and Northwest D.C.

The university and hospital plan to have laboratories on the site of the old Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

Listing of homes sold recently in Alexandria and Arlington.

Incidents reported by police in Alexandria and Arlington County.

North Glebe Road could reopen near the Chain Bridge by Thursday’s evening rush hour.

A roundup of news from the Washington region.

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The sacrifice of military families is often unseen and unheralded.

Universities at Shady Grove brings high-tech degree programs to Montgomery County, Md.

And other news from across the region.

Residents and businesses in the affected areas may now resume using tap water — though it’s best to run the taps “for a few minutes to release any air and sediment that may have accumulated following the break,” Arlington County officials said.

House Democrats designated Eileen Filler-Corn for speaker and Charniele Herring as majority leader.

A boil-water advisory for more than 100,000 people in Arlington and parts of Northwest Washington will remain in effect through Sunday.

After water service was restored, more than 100,000 customers in Arlington and the District were advised to boil water as a precaution until tests show it is safe to drink.

Mortgage, tax and credit card debt led Northern Virginia Democrat to seek bankruptcy, documents show.

It was founded by two D.C. women worried their community had been overlooked.

New generation of Democratic leaders have also pledged diversity, immigrant and climate protections.

Incidents reported by police in Alexandria and Arlington County.

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Terrina Riley’s experience speaks to a report released this week by the March of Dimes that reveals, “Moms and babies face higher risks than ever before.”

The incident happened in the 2600 block of Richmond Highway’s southbound side.

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