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Posted at 7:54 AM ET, 02/ 9/2011

A.M. headlines around the D.C. region

By Washington Post staff

Power outage at the Lincoln Memorial, the romantic city of Alexandria, beekeeping rules in Howard County. Here's our morning collection of some of the top headlines from other news sources in D.C., Virginia and Maryland. Come back to for updates on all the top headlines of the day.


Pepco plans power outage at Lincoln Memorial

Alexandria Police investigate alleged sexual assault

Frederick News-Post

Man who attacked teens with machete gets 10 years

The Gazette

Pr. Geo’s hospital official say Adventist HealthCare expansion could harm care

Fox 5

Manassas’ municipal-owned power company

The Washington Business Journal

Amazon says Alexandria is the “most romantic” city in the U.S.

The Baltimore Sun

Retired UMBC professor sues university, state for more than $30M

Glen Burnie man admits to attempted murder of ex-girlfriend

Howard County relaxes rules on beekeeping

Second sister faces prison sentence in Laurel murder

The Diamondback

U-Md. adopts new racial category to report freshman demographics

By Washington Post staff  | February 9, 2011; 7:54 AM ET
Categories:  A.M. headlines  | Tags:  am headlines  
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