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The Summer’s Hot Stories on a Cold Day

To help you get through this cold, rainy November day, we thought it might be a good time to go through the archives and find some of the “hottest” stories of the summer.

These are not necessarily the most important stories — rather, they’re just intended to get your mind off the cold and on to something from those hot, humid, hazy days of summer.

Solar Crepes Cart Launches in Ballston

Rosslyn Events Canceled Due to Heat

A Look Inside the New Fireworks Pizza in Courthouse

Independence Day in Photos

Obama and Medvedev Visit Ray’s Hell Burger

Budget Cuts Keep Water Park Close on Scorching Day

Flames Engulf Minivan in Costco Parking Lot

Del. David Englin Keeping Things Hot

Group Offering Free Solar Water Heater Installation

Bike Commuting in the Heat and Other Hot Weather Tips

Columbia Pike Blues Fest Photos

Summer Thunderstorm Storm Rolls Through Arlington

Washington-Lee Grad Crowned Miss Virginia

Local Eco Heartthrob Spearheading Cleanup Efforts in the Gulf

As Governor Makes HOT Lanes Push, Companies Donate to GOP

Photos from Clarendon Cup Men’s Pro Race

Small Vintage Plane Flips Over at Reagan National

County Employee Targets Signs on Struggling Fillmore Street

Flickr pool photo (top) by philliefan99

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