With a handful of holdouts in place, commercial property negotiations …

The sign hung in the parking lot showing a man doing a high karate kick, though faded over time, is a roadside staple in Woodbridge. Now Prince William County wants to condemn the building at 14230 Jefferson Davis Highway to further the Route 1 Widening Project between Featherstone and Mary's Way.

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Int’l taekwondo body may use 360-degree video replay system at Tokyo 2020

World Taekwondo President Choue Chung-won said Tuesday the organization plans to use a 4-D camera that provides 360-degree images at the upcoming Summer Olympic Games. Choue said the international taekwondo governing body is working to adopt such a system at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics for accurate video reviews and fancy kick highlights in bouts.

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Tai chi, yoga sessions to benefit library

The Changing Dragon tai chi school will support the Eckhart Public Library with activities Friday night at its downtown Auburn location, 122 W. 9th St. People are invited to stop by for energetic tai chi and invigorating holy yoga to benefit themselves and the Eckhart Public Library Fire Fund.

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Links aces are on top of the world after returning home with medals

LINKS Karate duo Charlotte Hope and Mitchell Thorpe are celebrating after winning medals at the Karate World Championships, in Tenerife. The pair, along with clubmate Ethan Day, were selected by the English Karate Federation – the governing body for karate in England – to represent their country at the Cadet, Junior and Under-21 event.

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Vernon Valley Karate hosts teen girl self-defense class

On Sunday, Nov. 12, the Vernon Valley Karate Academy sponsored a Teen Girl's Self-Defense seminar for the Vernon Township High School Field Hockey students. The focus of the seminar was safety awareness, strategies to avoid attack, and techniques that can be used to break away from an attack when necessary.

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