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Local Chains Recognized as Among “Best Of” D.C.

The Washington Post Reader’s Express released the results of its annual “Best Of” reader survey this morning, and local area chains fared well in many of the rankings. Nearby Tara Thai (Thai food), Cava Mezze Grill (Mediterranean), Pete’s New Haven Style Apizza (pizza), and FroZenYo (frozen treat) all came in third in their respective categories. PR at Partners was named

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Thank you

Just a couple weeks ago, the Tenleytown, D.C. website turned one. We want to thank everyone who gave their support this past year, especially our readers. We also want to hear from you. What would you like to see more of on the site? What topics or issues do you want to read about? What are you dying to know about Tenleytown? Share your thoughts.

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REMINDER: Trash Collection Slides to Friday

In observance of Labor Day, the Department of Public Works will suspend sanitation services  this week until Tuesday, September 2. For our area that means that trash and recycling collection will shift from the usual pick up day of Thursday to Friday, September 5. Containers should be placed curbside or in the alley between 6:30 p.m. Thursday and 6:00 a.m. Friday. UPDATE: Due to

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Welcome Back to School!

Today students across the District head back to school for the first day of the 2014-2015 school year. More than 3,600 kids will be attending Janney Elementary, Alice Deal Middle School, and Woodrow Wilson High School right here in Tenleytown. As you travel through the neighborhood – especially if you are driving – keep an eye out for children walking

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Seabury Wants To Hear Your Grandparent Stories

Do you have wonderful grandparents? Do you have the best grandchildren? In honor of Grandparents’ Day on September 7, Seabury Resources for Aging wants to hear your stories about being a grandparent or grandchild. Established in 1978, Grandparents’ Day recognizes the special role of grandparents in families and the community. In his presidential proclamation creating the holiday, President Jimmy Carter urged citizens

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