Cardinal Bank Names Fabiola Tapia Branch Manager of Greensboro Office

Cardinal Bank has announced that Fabiola Tapia has been promoted to Assistant Vice President, Manager of Cardinal Bank’s Greensboro Banking Office. Tapia will oversee the business development efforts and client relationship management in the Tysons Corner market. Her office is located at 8270 Greensboro Drive, McLean.

Meet Rebecca Glenn at Great Falls Library

Local author Rebecca Glenn will be speaking about her debut novel “Becoming Lisette” at the Great Falls Library on Thursday, Oct. 22 at 7 p.m.

Lisa Korade Named Branch Manager of Long & Foster’s Great Falls Office

Lisa Korade, a real estate professional for 16 years, has been named branch manager of the Great Falls office of Long & Foster Real Estate, the nation’s no. 1 family-owned residential real estate company and the exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate in Virginia.

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Hats for Ellie

Local organization collects hats for children with cancer.

When the school year began in 2013, Jay Coakley, a physical education teacher at Woodburn Elementary School in Falls Church noticed that one of his kindergarten students had an affinity for brightly colored hats.

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Richard ‘Dick’ Moose, At Home Alexandria Co-Founder, Dies

Helped launch At Home Alexandria.

The idea was hatched over breakfast at The Royal Restaurant. In 2008, Dick Moose had just read a news article about an organization in Boston called Beacon Hill Village.

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Recalling Life of ‘Dr. Bob’ Wineland

WW II veteran Robert Wineland dies at 91.

When 20-year-old U.S. Army Medic Robert Wineland arrived in the village of Laudersfeld, the wooded countryside of far eastern Belgium was relatively peaceful, a quiet buffer zone disrupted only by occasional artillery fire and brief skirmishes between opposing infantry patrols.

SFDC’s Role: 30 Years Later

Growing priorities for Richmond Highway corridor.

The unanswered question is whether or not Southeast Fairfax Development Corporation (SFDC) has the tools, independence, and support to achieve its mission of economic development and revitalization.

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In the Kitchen: Carluccio’s Chef Celia Keeps it Simple, Fresh, Italian...

Carluccio’s Chef Alfio Celia juggles an industrial stove full of boiling kettles, one for the eggs that will go in the Nicoise salad and one for the chicken that will be brined for the chicken salad.

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Centreville Farm Hosts Fall Festival: Hayrides, Baby Animals, Fields of Fear at Cox Farms

The 43rd annual Fall Festival is now opened at Cox Farms in Centreville and promises to be fun for the entire family.

Marsh Leads Fair Oaks District Police Station

Keeping officers happy and the community safe.

The Fair Oaks District Police Station running smoothly, due to its officers as well as the man at the helm, Capt. Chris Marsh.

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‘We Made a Difference’

Girls raise money for animal shelter.

Take two girls, add in compassion, determination and a love for animals, and the result is a successful fundraiser for the Fairfax County Animal Shelter.

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Chantilly Snapshot: Officer of the Month

PFC Brian Rochefort (on left) receives the Officer of the Month certificate from 1st Lt. Matt Owens.

Centreville: Two Receive Kaylor Memorial Scholarship

At the 2015 Centreville High School Senior Awards ceremony, senior Joe Cottone and Trey House were awarded the Lt. Jeffrey J. Kaylor Memorial Scholarship.

Arlington: Marymount Students Blessed by Pope Francis

Seeing Pope Francis for 10 seconds outside the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception was worth the commitment of an entire day for Jimmy Carroll, a Marymount University junior from Alexandria.

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Arlington Snapshot: Talking about Investing

Kaley Burlingame, of Arlington, a Virginia Tech senior majoring in accounting and finance in the Pamplin College of Business, made her national television debut last month on CNBC, a cable channel focused on business news.