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Sewing Volunteers Needed

From: Arlington Arts Center

Community sewing days at Arlington Arts Center. Sewers of all skill levels welcome!Any volunteers with sewing machines are welcome and encouraged to bring them.Thursday, June 6: 2pm-6pmMonday, June 1…
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Candy paradise Candytopia sets sights on D.C. region

Candytopia, the modern-day Candyland-meets-Willy Wonka attraction, will sweeten the Greater Washington retail scene in the next year. The pop-up concept, which occupies between 14,000 and 25,000 sq…
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Amazon relabels Ballston job listings as HQ2-specific

Amazon.com Inc. has added new job posts to its HQ2 job website. But this time, the company relabeled positions from its Ballston location to the second headquarters. The shift could be an early indi…
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Intrexon CEO buys up more company shares

The biotech billionaire, who’s led Intrexon since 2009, is the company’s biggest shareholder.
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It's official: Union Bank is now Atlantic Union Bank

Richmond-based Union Bank & Trust has officially completed absorbing Access National Bank of Reston — and has simultaneously finalized its rebranding as Atlantic Union Bank. Union Bankshares Corp., …
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Potomac mansion hits market for nearly $8 million. It has a ‘batcave.’

If you're a car geek, this Potomac mansion that just hit the market for $7.95 million is right up your alley. The Aspen-inspired home at 9005 Congressional Court sits on 2 acres close to two exclus…
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Erik Bruner-Yang concept to anchor Capitol Riverfront's Novel South Capitol

The developers behind Novel South Capitol at 2 Eye St. SE are partnering with restauranteur Erik Bruner-Yang to open a neighborhood cafe concept that will serve as the apartment community's ground-fl…
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Middle Eastern developer, Cogent CEO outbid for Tysons properties

New bidders would pay nearly $50 million for the adjacent properties.
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Inside Freedom Bank: From 'turmoil and chaos' to plans to double in size

Can a new board, a new team and new tech reinvigorate the Northern Virginia community bank?
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Inova names new Alexandria hospital leader

Inova Health System has appointed Dr. Rina Bansal president of Inova Alexandria Hospital. Bansal, the hospital’s acting president since November, has been chief medical officer since 2016. The move …
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Plans gain steam for massive development on the western edge of Falls Church

Plans for a major redevelopment in Falls Church are moving ahead, in a key first step for the transformation of the western edge of the small city. The City Council voted unanimously last week to in…
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Downtown Silver Spring set for $10M renovation. And a bowling lounge addition.

Downtown Silver Spring is set for a $10 million overhaul, to include a new bowling venue and lounge, a new public plaza, public art and “dynamic green space," the development owners say. The Peterso…
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Skyland Town Center finally lands its grocery store

After years of waiting — and then a few more years of waiting — Ward 7 looks to have a bona fide grocery anchor for the long-planned Skyland Town Center project: German grocery chain Lidl.  Lidl U.S…
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Reston National Golf Course sold to pair of Baltimore developers

Reston National Golf Course, the subject of a four-year legal battle over the potential for the site’s residential redevelopment, has been sold to a pair of developers who, at this time, say they don…
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Police Seek Additional Victims

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