- Hosting Safetypalooza
- Springfield Shortlisted for FBI Headquarters
- Laurel Hill Master Plan Meets Final Approval
- Supervisors Deny Landfill Application
- Friendship Firehouse Festival Aug. 2
- WGCC Swim Team Wins Division-A Championship
- District 10 Crown
- Introducing Fall SYA Volleyball
- Churchill Turf Field Booted Ahead
- West Potomac Grad Lescher To Play Baseball at Penn
- Commentary: Jefferson-Houston’s Journey through Re-Segregation
- Seniors Struggling with Hunger
- Letter: Bee Safe Neighborhoods
- Letter: Determining Cost Of Added Jobs
- Letter: Adopt A Block Works In Old Town
- Democrats Have Treasurer Candidate
- Temporary Fire Station To Be Constructed In Herndon
- Governor's Mansion, Confidential
- Wiehle-Reston East Opens for Metro Riders
- Foust, Comstock Battle Women’s Issues
Boy Scouts, professionals teach children how to avoid trouble.
Thanks to 15-year-old Boy Scout Alex Battani, several local children know more about bike, bus and fire safety, as well as avoiding strangers. A rising junior at Westfield High, he put on a Safetypalooza at the Sully District Police Station. Also participating was police Crime Prevention Specialist Tara Gerhard, with that station, plus firefighters from the Springfield District Station and members of the Blue Suit Pacers Cycling Team.
Other locations are Greenbelt and Landover.
Springfield could very well be the next site of the FBI headquarters. The General Services Administration and FBI announced Tuesday that Springfield was included on the shortlist for the new FBI headquarters.
Construction expected to begin this fall.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to approve the plan to develop the site of the former Lorton prison.
Chantilly resident installed as officer with The Knights of Columbus.
Eric Latcheran, 27, of Chantilly’s Poplar Tree Estates community, has Down syndrome. Yet his intellectual disabilities don’t stop him from leading a full life.