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City State Archive: April 2011


  • Morning Roundup: April 5

    Va. lawmakers in Richmond for redistricting; McDonnell considers adoptions by gays; Gray supporter quits city job; Gray supporter withdraws nomination to chairmanship; Gauguin masterpiece OK; Qatar investors fund major D.C. development project; FBI employee allegedly hit men with her car; Md. legislators compromise on pension plan; Homicides increase around region Published April 5 2011

  • Va. university presidents among highest paid

    Somebody's likely suffering from the rising cost of college tuition, but it doesn't seem to be the presidents of five Virginia universities who made it on top-paid lists compiled by the Chronicle of Higher Education. Published April 4 2011

  • Morning Roundup: April 4

    D.C. residents call for Alexander probe; Alexandria proposes first commercial property tax; National Gallery painting attacked; Two shot overnight in Southeast; Man struck, killed on I-66; First retail at Metro station; Md. Assembly closing swiftly on O'Malley agenda Published April 4 2011

  • What's up with that?

    What do you think of the 25 percent unemployment rate in Ward 8? Published April 3 2011