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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.

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People & Pets of Reston

First in State for 200 Free Relay

Centreville swimming

Centreville Woman Seeks Her Missing Daughter, 16

She left home Feb. 3

Missing girl, Carla Hope

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Protesting ICE Action

Protest against raids by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents.

Reston Girl Scout Pursues Badge Repairing Mount Vernon Trail

Sathiya Kannan, a Girl Scout from Reston, will be repairing one of the bridges on the Mount Vernon Trail in Alexandria on Saturday, March 25, as a Silver Award Project for scouting.

Looking Towards the Future

Mountain View High holds winter graduation.

Mountain View High is a school of second chances, and its students make the most of them.

Letter to the Editor: Ordeal with Reston ‘Pay for Parking’

RTC management folks, the way you ran this "pay for parking" scheme was like a bunch of rookies.

'Well Earned and Well Deserved'

Mountain View High presents special awards

Preview for New Arlington Fees and Tax Rates

Fee increases for fire department inspections and substance abuse treatment while County Board considers pay raise.

A homeowner in Arlington in need of a fire department inspection for his business and seeking treatment for substance abuse will be the most impacted by the new fiscal year 2018 fees.

Black Lives Matter Banner Removed at Yorktown

School Board and administrators refer to “safety first” as rationale for removing banner.

Yorktown High School administrators asked African-American students who had put up a #Black Lives Matter (BLM) banner to take it down on Thursday, Feb. 8, according to William Lomax, assistant principal at Yorktown High School.

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Caring For Trees

Tree stewards

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A Night to Remember in Arlington

School Board promises action as they hear some students do not feel safe.

They walked to the podium: black, white, Latino, student, teacher, parent. They talked about two signs: one saying “Black Lives Matter,” the other saying, “Patriots know: science is real, facts are not political, women’s rights are human rights, we are all immigrants, diversity strengthens us, justice is for all, kindness is everything.”

Road Work Ahead

New transportation projects under construction over the next six months.

Arlington transportation improvements

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Feel the Heritage in Arlington

Annual free festival at Charles Drew Community Center.

This coming weekend, Arlington County will honor Black History Month with its 25th annual Feel the Heritage Festival.

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Pet Sitting for 30 Years and Still Loves It

Fun, food and games.

Sasha hears familiar footsteps and sits at the top of the stairs waiting for his food and fun to begin.

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Arlington’s One and Only Bombay Masala Hound

“Lady” was a Bombay Masala Hound. Don’t go looking for that in any dog breed book.

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Ghost, an American Eskimo Dog, loves his belly rubs (with Andrew Griffin and Amilia Tola).

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As I wandered past the cages of older cats, disappointed to see no kittens, one scruffy but fluffy grey fellow looked me straight in the eye and said, "Mmrraow."