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Joseph Johnson founded The Washington Weekly Post in 2007 as the Washington Streetwork Project.
Every day The Washington Weekly Post receives hundreds of news tips from community and business leaders,non-profit corporations, government workers, parents, cab drivers, students and people from all over the metropolitan area. Many tips become items on washingtonweeklypost.com/local or in the next day's paper. Some even provide the first break in a major story that has a profound impact on affairs in the capital, the nation and the world.
Unfortunately, there is never enough space in any single edition to print everything that is written in our newsroom that day. Only about 3000 words -- a fraction of the more than 1 million words written each day by more than 200 Post reporters, editors, web producers and foreign correspondents -- is printed in the newspaper. Far more is included on our Web site, but there is much cut in the editing process.
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