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Washington finally got to play in the NFL for three seasons starting in 1946, when the Cleveland Rams relocated to Los Angeles and wanted to play in a public stadium.
KENNY WASHINGTON’S TIME HAS COME. NFL NEEDS TO RECOGNIZE THE MAN WHO BROKE THE COLOR BARRIER.FRED BOWENFEBRUARY 10, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Students and entrepreneurs either gave up on their dreams or relocated out of the state.
THE 550-DAY 4G BLACKOUT COST KASHMIR’S ECONOMY $4.2 BILLIONANANYA BHATTACHARYAFEBRUARY 9, 2021QUARTZ
The city faced the prospect of having to quickly relocate hundreds of workers if it couldn’t find a solution.
HOW A VOLUNTEER HELPED GET THE CITY INTO ITS BIGGEST REAL ESTATE DEBACLELISA HALVERSTADTJANUARY 29, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Jimmy Patronis, the state’s chief financial officer, issued a letter to the International Olympic Committee and its president, Thomas Bach, on Monday, encouraging the IOC to consider relocating the competition to Florida.
FLORIDA OFFICIAL OFFERS UP HIS STATE SHOULD TOKYO DECIDE TO PASS ON OLYMPICSGLYNN A. HILLJANUARY 27, 2021WASHINGTON POST
He began playing for the Milwaukee Braves in 1954 and moved with the team when they relocated to Atlanta in 1966.
BASEBALL LEGEND HANK AARON DIES AT 86BROOKLYN WHITEJANUARY 22, 2021ESSENCE.COM
Yulia Putintseva, the world’s 28th ranked player, had complained about checking into a room occupied by a mouse and was subsequently relocated into another room.
AUSTRALIAN OPEN PLAYERS IN QUARANTINE ACCUSED OF FEEDING MICE IN THEIR HOTEL ROOMSCINDY BORENJANUARY 20, 2021WASHINGTON POST
She relocated from Lake Tahoe in California to Puget Sound in Washington to start a new job with an architecture firm — on March 12.
YOU PROBABLY DIDN’T EXPECT TO MOVE BACK IN WITH YOUR PARENTS. HERE’S HOW TO MAKE THE BEST OF IT.ELIZABETH HEATHJANUARY 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST
She wondered whether she was about to relocate to Chicago, where she might need to stay for a year.
COVID-19 DESTROYED A YOUNG MAN’S LUNGS. CAN HIS FOSTER MOM LET HIM GO?STEVE THOMPSONJANUARY 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST
He relocated to the United States in 2017, and began writing for the Washington Post that same year.
THE DISSIDENT BRINGS A HUMAN TOUCH TO THE STORY OF MURDERED JOURNALIST JAMAL KHASHOGGISTEPHANIE ZACHAREKJANUARY 11, 2021TIME
The unit was later removed when the center relocated to a smaller location.
CENTER SERVING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIMS REMAINS CLOSED, ANGERING ADVOCATESASHLY MCGLONEJANUARY 6, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
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