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Aimee Cho


Great Falls, VA, United States

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Past articles by Aimee:

Anacostia High Breaks Ground on Greenhouse to Grow Food for the Community

The school’s hydroponics program teaches students about important life skills and environmental justice. → Read More

Amazon Pausing Construction on HQ2 in Crystal City, Virginia

Amazon is pausing construction on the large HQ2 campus it has planned for Arlington, the company confirmed to News4 on Friday morning. → Read More

UMD Professor Up for Best Documentary Academy Award

A University of Maryland professor is up for an Academy Award for producing an HBO documentary. → Read More

Prince George's Council Passes Rent Stabilization Law

The Prince George’s County Council has passed legislation to cap rent increases at 3% for the next year. Dozens of renters packed the Council’s hearing room Tuesday to testify in favor of rent stablization. Many said they’re struggling to make ends meet, and their landlords are raising their monthly rent by hundreds of dollars. “I can’t take it no more…. → Read More

Montgomery Co. Schools Implement Bathroom Safety Checks to Prevent Overdoses

Montgomery County Public Schools is implementing new safety polices in bathrooms. → Read More

Virgin Mary Statue Stolen From Maryland Church

Two people stole a beloved Virgin Mary statue from a Montgomery County, Maryland, church earlier this month. → Read More

‘He's With Me': DC Florist Carries on Father's Legacy

Alexes Haggins, owner of Flowers by Alexes, is keeping her father's memory alive in D.C.'s Petworth neighborhood. → Read More

Veterans Can Now Receive Free Emergency Mental Health Care

Starting this week, veterans in crisis can now get free mental health care. It’s part of a new program from The Department of Veterans Affairs that aims to... → Read More

Families Say Virginia Middle School Running Out of Food at Lunch

Families say a school running out of food at lunch has been an ongoing issue in Winchester, Virginia. → Read More

‘Let's Turn This Around': Virginia Farm Donates Christmas Trees After 6 Were Stolen

Paige’s Pit Stop owner Paige Critchley said someone snuck onto her farm and stole some of her Christmas trees last week. → Read More

Katie Ledecky Promotes STEM at DC School

Students at Eliot-Hine Middle School in Northeast D.C. got a special lesson from Olympian Katie Ledecky Monday. → Read More

Northern Virginia Chef Who Cooked for Queen Honors Her Legacy

A Northern Virginia chef who got to cook for Queen Elizabeth II twice is honoring the queen’s legacy. → Read More

DC Has Highest Rate of Monkeypox Cases Per Capita

Washington, D.C., has the highest number of monkeypox cases per capita in the country, Mayor Muriel Bowser said during a news conference about the virus on... → Read More

Twin Musicians From DC Making Mark in Classical Music

Twin classical musicians who graduated from Wilson High School are making their mark in the music world. → Read More

Elementary School in Virginia Gets Ukuleles for Music Therapy Program

A Virginia school used a grant to purchase new ukuleles for a music therapy program for students with special needs. → Read More

Stranger Randomly Punches Woman in Face in Chinatown

A D.C. woman is searching for a good Samaritan who helped her after a stranger punched her in the face in Chinatown. → Read More

Some DC-Area Schools Seeing Uptick in COVID Cases

Some school districts in the D.C. area are seeing a rise in COVID-19 cases, including in Fairfax County and Frederick County, Maryland. → Read More

Free Groceries Handed Out at Some Prince George's County Libraries

Free groceries will be distributed at some Prince George's County libraries in May and June. Here's how to get help if you need it. → Read More

‘Hate Stops With Us': DC Campaigns Against Anti-Asian Violence, Harassment

The message is part of a new campaign in D.C. to try to stop violence and harassment against the Asian and Pacific Islander community. → Read More

DC-Area Gas Prices Spike Amid Russia-Ukraine Crisis

The conflict between Russia and Ukraine is having a direct impact on driver’s wallets, and gas prices have increased significantly in the D.C. region. → Read More