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Posted at 7:51 AM ET, 02/23/2011

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

By Washington Post staff

Helicopter noise, panhandling in Montgomery County, cancer cluster at Fort Detrick. Here's our morning collection of some of the top headlines from other news sources in D.C., Virginia and Maryland. Come back to PostLocal.com for updates on all the top headlines of the day.


Washington Examiner


Arlington moves to control helicopter noise

The Gazette

National Naval Medical Center prepares for merger with Walter Reed

Montgomery Council favors ban on roadside panhandling


The GW Hatchet

GW Hospital hopes to expand emergency department


Frederick News-Post

Md. worker hospitalized after accident at wastewater plant

WAMU

New report on alleged cancer cluster near Fort Detrick

Washington Business Journal

Barnes and Noble eyes Borders locations

Prince George’s eyes fees for foreclosure cleanup


WUSA

Lincoln impersonator fined on President’s Day


Off-duty officer shoots suspect in Derwood


By Washington Post staff  | February 23, 2011; 7:51 AM ET
Categories:  A.M. headlines  | Tags:  am headlines  
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