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Vienna Crime Reports

Notable incidents from the Town of Vienna’s Police Department from June 3-9.

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McLean: Crisis Link, Text and Turning Point

McLean-based nonprofit provides services and engagement during crises.

Caryline Kelly, 27, will earn her graduate degree in mental health counseling this summer. Kelly is a recovery support specialist with Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services, headquartered in McLean.

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Mount Vernon: Quander Road School graduates took different paths, reached the same goal

Quander Road School Principal Joe Thompson is actually fond of the iPhone intelligence Siri chirping “re-routing” during route guidance. In his remarks to the 12 graduating seniors at the school for students with mental health and behavioral challenges, Thompson used Siri to congratulate them on reaching their goal.

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Mount Vernon, Springfield: McAuliffe Announces Site for New Puller Veterans Care Center

120-bed facility to be built in Fauquier County.

Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) said he’s working on making Virginia the most veteran-friendly state in America. Though the Commonwealth, he said, is the first and only one to have “functionally ended veteran homelessness,” it still has one of the lowest ratios of available care centers to number of veterans in the country.

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Springfield Days' Petfest 2016 at South Run RECenter in Fairfax Station

Diane Roadcap of Springfield wants people to understand that animals are spiritual beings. Ever since she was a girl of five and felt drawn to a box at the local dump in Luray that contained a dog duct-taped to the inside, doomed to be incinerated, she says she’s had the gift of being able to translate for animals.

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Burke: Shocked by Kidney Disease

Family searching, waiting in line for living donor.

Burke resident Hayden Shock graduated from Gallaudet University May 13 on the dean’s list with a marketing degree. That was expected. Fewer than two months before, he was diagnosed with acute kidney failure. For a healthy college senior -- Shock threw javelin and competed for Gallaudet track and field -- the diagnosis was totally unexpected.

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Herndon Police Officers Train with Fairfax Fire & Rescue

Two menacing Dodge Charger sedans come to a stop, a dark silver one in front of the other, all black with gold lettering that reads Herndon Police. Officers from the cruiser get out, and begin barking commands at the driver of the suspicious car in front.

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Third Lane Opens at Fairfax Boulevard

The City of Fairfax announces the opening of a third westbound lane along Route 50 (Fairfax Boulevard) from Bevan Drive to Jermantown Road.

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Metro SafeTrack Surge Begins on Orange and Silver Lines

Metro's first SafeTrack work on the Orange and Silver line trains began on Sunday, June 4 and will last until June 16.

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Inaugural TEDxTysons Event Draws Sell-Out Crowd

TEDx, a nonprofit program that presents local speakers devoted to “Ideas Worth Spreading,” made its Tysons debut on Friday, with a lineup featuring nine different speakers and two performers.

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MCA: Year Ahead

McLean Citizens Association launches new website, continues its century-long advocacy for McLean.

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Great Falls: Final Chance for Brooks Farm?

Planning Commission defers Brooks Farm decision one more time; Supervisor Foust expects no more delays.