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‘Cruel and Savage Sexual Predator’
It took 10 years, but a former City of Fairfax resident got justice at last when the man who brutally assaulted and nearly killed her a decade ago finally received his punishment.
High school's class of 1985 returns for reunion.
Jacqueline Mattingly helped decorate the halls during Homecoming. Susan Murphy remembers how Paul Dzierski always had after-parties following the football games, and, if you ask, Jeffrey Lin will say that the cinnamon rolls in the cafeteria were one of his fondest high school memories.
To the Editor
With the midterm elections rapidly upon us, I would be remiss not to mention my good friend and neighbor John Cook, and I say this for several reasons.
Burke Historical Society discusses jazz scene, marks Burke History Day on Oct. 10.
How many people know that Burke is named after the 19th-century farmer, merchant and local politician, Silas Burke?
RTA hosts annual fundraiser.
A competitive cornhole tournament helped “raise the roof” as Rebuilding Together Alexandria held its annual fundraiser Sept. 24 at Port City Brewing.
Euille: Keep moving forward.
William Euille has a legacy.
This is Chantilly High’s Homecoming week, with various activities planned for each day. Monday, Oct. 5, when these Homecoming Court photos were taken, was Mismatched Clothes Day.
Colleen McMurrer and Brady Gleason are pleased to announce their engagement.
Collecting donations to buy essentials.
Brady and Jordan Cohen, son and daughter of Amy and Michael Cohen of Potomac, often asked their parents why there are homeless people on street corners begging for money from people in cars stopped at traffic lights.
Father Bill Byrne, pastor of Our Lady of Mercy Church, with Lauretta Stewart and Tony Williams and their four-legged friends.
Blessing of the Animals service will be held on Sunday, Oct. 4, at 3 p.m. at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 7730 Bradley Boulevard, Bethesda. All pets are welcome.
Serbian food and entertainment among the offerings at SerbFest DC.
Saint Luke Serbian Orthodox Church offered the community a bit of Serbian hospitality last weekend when parishioners hosted the First Annual SerbFest DC.
We have heard recently how important it is to offer help to the elderly who are unable to do things for themselves and to put others ahead of ourselves.
Potomac resident celebrates 40 years in the upscale lingerie business.
Dressed in a baggy t-shirt and jeans, a middle-aged woman opens the door of a lingerie boutique in Chevy Chase and take a few steps inside before come to an abrupt halt.
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