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Headlines: Navy Yard Shooting Lawsuit, Inspired Painting, Contract Conspiracy, Free Dental Care and McLean Killing

Plus, let the recounting begin.

Police and emergency responders outside the Washington Navy Yard on Sept. 16 after a shooter killed 12 people and injured several others. (Photo by James Cullum)
Police and emergency responders outside the Washington Navy Yard on Sept. 16 after a shooter killed 12 people and injured several others. (Photo by James Cullum)
By Todd Richissin

More than two months after the Navy Yard shootings that claimed 13 lives, including the attacker's, workers gathered for a concert to help heal, and the family of one victim filed suit against the government.

Those two Navy Yard stories open our daily digest of news from across our Patches in Virginia and Washington D.C. Read those stories, and more, below.

Concert Honors Community, Victims of Navy Yard Shooting

Family of Reston Navy Yard Shooting Victim Files Lawsuit Against Government

The Snowfall That Led to a Photo That Inspired a Painting

Man Accused of Negligent Homicide at Arlington Memorial Circle Crash

Loudoun Investigators Reopen 1987 Leesburg Murder Case

Police Chief: Investigation into Nancy Dunning's Murder Remains Active

Leesburg Man Faces 5 Years in $33 Million Government Contract Conspiracy

Fitness Boxing Club Coming to Falls Church

Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree in Shirlington Village

Arlington Man Loses Part of Ear in Fight

Virginia Beach Man Accused of Burglarizing Two McLean Homes

Local Officials to Go On Air for WGMU RadiothonFriday

Jennifer Boysko Files For State-Funded Recount in Herndon Delegate Race

Season of Giving: Vienna Dentists to Offer Free Care Saturday

New Vietnamese Restaurant in Vienna to Celebrate with Ribbon-Cutting

Police: 31-Year-Old McLean Woman Found Shot to Death in November


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