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Koinonia Donates iPads to Key Center

At the Key Center school for students with severe intellectual disabilities, Apple iPads are a game-changer.

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Hugo’s Opioid Prescription Limit Bill Passes

Deaths from prescription opioids have more than quadrupled since 1999.

Rob Anderson was prescribed 30 days-worth of hydrocodone for pain, after he had four wisdom teeth removed in 10th grade.

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Filler-Corn’s HB 2404 Passes with Amendments

Bill would create PANDAS advisory council.

Overnight, Alexandria resident Carol Quick’s 9-year-old son developed an eating disorder — an obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety.

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Pets

Wreath at President's Tomb

Wreath laying at Washington's tomb

Prayer Vigil at ICE Office

Rising Hope Mission Church holds vigil at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Officers Rescue Bald Eagle

Bald eagle is rescued

County Names Police Auditor

New Fairfax County police auditor

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'A Very Present Presence'

MetroStage hosts Pipeline Playwrights' first reading.

The new Pipeline Playwrights group in Alexandria is kicking off its 2017 inaugural series with "A Very Present Presence"

Meggrolls Moves from Food Truck to King Street Home

Meggrolls Food Truck

A Family Divided

Uncle against Nephew in the center of 2015 Murder Case

Murder in Old Town in 2015

Hats off to CAC

Gala to honor ACT, Sengel.

ACT, the city’s primary resource for the prevention, investigation and treatment of child abuse.

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'Dispensing Mercy'

Civil War nursing subject of Agenda:Alexandria.

Civil War nursing

Witness Protection

Spate of witness intimidations and a murder could result in new Witness Protection Program.

Officials looking into possible witness protection program

Commentary: What Can I Do?

In a previous column I addressed in part the question I get from more and more constituents about what they can do to be more active in public service.

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Restonians Organize Against Paid Parking At Town Center

Protest March Set for Saturday, March 4

Restonians are revolting against paid parking at Reston Town Center.

Sunrise Senior Living Hires New Director of Sales in Reston

Sunrise Senior Living at Reston Town Center hired Kevin Rios as its new director of sales.

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Angus the Scottie: At Home at Lake Anne

After we lost our first Scottie, we searched high and low for a young one to fill the void in our family.

Wildcats Defeat Chargers

Take Conference 5 championship.

Centreville wins basketball conference game

Letter to the Editor: Reston Family Displaced by Fire, Needs Temporary Home

As some of you may have heard, members of our community recently suffered a massive fire and their home will not be habitable for a year.