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- Alexandria Snapshot: Disability Awareness Awards
- Mount Vernon Snapshot: "DAR Awards"
- Mount Vernon Snapshot: "Thanking the Police"
- Bidding Farewell to Mount Vernon High School
- Arlington: Changing Genres from Thriller to Self-Help
- World Police and Fire Games Coming to Fairfax County
- Potomac: Spring Horse Trials
- Great Falls: Langley Boys’ Soccer Wins First State Championship
- Burke: Robinson Girls’ Lacrosse Wins First VHSL State Title
- Potomac: KEEN Celebrates 23 Years with Sports Festival
- Cartoon: Charleston
- Letter: Irony of Park Petition
- Letter: Not Easy Jobs
- Letter: Council Punts on Clover-College Park
- Editorial: Safe Planning for Independence
- Alexandria: Goldilocks Approach
- Alexandria: City Council Brief for 6/26
- Stroke Comeback Center Celebrates 10th Anniversary in Community
- Chantilly: Sully Police Honor Compher
- Alexandria: Patrick Henry Plan Advances
Mayor Bill Euille and Alexandria Chamber of Commerce chair Walter Clarke congratulate the 2015 Alexandria Commission of Persons with Disabilities award recipients: Donna Shaw of Senior Services of Alexandria, Dave Hammond of the Neighborhood Restaurant Group, Bishop Ireton graduate Iman Smallwood, Mary Lee Anderson of Senior Services of Alexandria and former ACPD chair Chuck Benaugh.
Fort Hunt Elementary School students Yasmine Bolden, left, and Katrina Kulinski were honored June 17 by the Kate Waller Barrett chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution.
During the Gum Springs Community Day Celebration on Saturday, June 20, the Gum Springs community paid special tribute to the Mount Vernon District Police force.
The World Police and Fire Games are coming to Fairfax County June 26-July 5.
Students graduate from Mountain View High.
Mountain View High graduations always tug at the heartstrings. That’s because the students have had to overcome so much to reach that finish line.