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Government, The Neighborhood Files, Halloween
Arlington so far has collected 80 tons of debris following Hurricane Sandy. But downed trees, branches and power wires could still pose a threat.
Government, Police & Fire, Business, The Neighborhood Files, Awareness
Early estimates indicate damage will be in the 'millions of dollars'
Government, The Neighborhood Files, Public Safety
No storm-related injuries or fatalities reported late Monday.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Metro will be closed Monday due to Hurricane Sandy. The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority made the announcement on Sunday evening.
County manager urges residents to prepare.
Who to follow locally, nationally, for updates on Hurricane Sandy.
Police & Fire, Elections
Congressman says his office will cooperate with investigation.
Patrick Moran, son of U.S. Rep. Jim Moran, resigned from father's reelection campaign Wednesday. Police began a criminal investigation of Patrick Moran on Thursday.
Patrick Moran said he resigned in an email Wednesday.
Funding for projects contingent on voter approval next month.
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