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Footsteps of Reston is Leaving South Lakes Center

The oldest existing running specialty store in Northern Virginia is leaving South Lakes Shopping Center in Reston to look for a new home. Footsteps owner Paul Zink started the business in 1987, opening his first store in Springfield on April 15, 1988, as a Fleet Feet franchise. In 1995 he started independently owned Footsteps of Reston at South Lakes Center and along with Safeway and CVS, Footsteps has been the longest existing business in the center.

Following in Footsteps

Scion of the Luchs family closes commercial deals on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills.

Following in Footsteps

Great Falls: Farmers Market Returns Saturday

Great Falls Farmers Market to celebrate 10th anniversary with “farmers market basket.”

The years have passed in quiet footsteps of vendors and local neighbors coming and going, loving and appreciating, doing finest work and choosing only the finest for our loving families’ nourishment and refinement.

Following History’s Footsteps

Modern Alexandria hides black history hotspots.

Following History’s Footsteps

Following History’s Footsteps

Modern Alexandria hides black history hotspots.

Following History’s Footsteps

Pentagon Play Time

Defense Department employees bring their children to work.

Pentagon Play Time

Lorton Letter: Advocating for Women and Children

Letter to the Editor

Congresswoman Comstock is a proven leader and has a record of advocating on behalf of women and children. Having three children graduate from Fairfax County Public Schools, and a fourth following in their footsteps, I have seen firsthand the progress Congresswoman Comstock has made on behalf of education.

Yards Light Up Season

Neighborhood displays show holiday spirit.

Yards Light Up Season

Following in Her Father’s Footsteps

Lt. Barbara Colberg, of Burke, helps bring Navy’s newest aircraft carrier into service.

A Burke native and 2003 Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology graduate, is serving in the U.S. Navy as part of a hand-picked crew charged with bringing the Navy’s newest aircraft carrier into service.

Something Strange in Old Town

Colonial Halloween tour offers chronicles of the creepy.

Something Strange in Old Town

Something Strange in Old Town

Colonial Halloween tour offers chronicles of the creepy.

Something Strange in Old Town

Toth and Friend Come to Forestdale

New principal a native of Northern Virginia.

Toth and Friend Come to Forestdale

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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.

Reviving Spirit of Alexandria Icon

Keith Williams-Parker follows in his grandfather's footsteps.

With the opening of the Bottom Dollar Dog, Keith Williams-Parker continues his grandfather's over 50-year legacy of providing tasty, inexpensive food for Alexandrians. Located at 723 Wilkes St., Williams-Parker continues a tradition in the same building that his grandfather, Walter Williams, had his Williams Sandwich Shop for decades.

Great Falls Community Farmers Market - Where Local Families Gather

Now in its seventh summer season, the Great Falls Farmers Market bursts of music, song, and summer harvest.

Crime Report

Crime Report

Opinion: Commentary: Setting an Example for Continuum-of-Care

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Following in His Dad’s Footsteps

Ben Sisson is county’s Volunteer Rookie Firefighter of the Year.

Ben Sisson is just 20, but he’s just been honored as Fairfax County’s 2012 Volunteer Rookie Firefighter of the Year. He received the recognition and a plaque last Tuesday, Feb. 12, along with other volunteer firefighters, during a ceremony before the Board of Supervisors.

Comstock Wins 10th District GOP Canvass

Sole female Republican candidate sweeps party polls, will face John Foust in November election.

Del. Barbara Comstock (R-34) is the 10th Congressional District Republican pick for Congressman Frank Wolf’s open seat. The current delegate reined in more than 7,000 votes at the party canvass on Saturday. “It is an honor and a privilege to win my party's nomination for Virginia's 10th Congressional District and follow in the footsteps of my mentor, Congressman Frank Wolf,” she said in a press release.

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