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Detectives Seek Witnesses After Pedestrian Dies in Great Falls Hit and Run Crash

A 43-year-old man has died following a hit and run crash that occurred Sunday morning, May 16, near the intersection of Leesburg Pike and Redberry Court in Great Falls.

This Week Ahead in Montgomery County

Tuesday, Feb. 23

SOLAR IN THE AG RESERVE Montgomery County Council is expected to finalize rules pursuing solar panels in the Agricultural Reserve.

Detectives Determine Make, Model, Year from Recent Hit and Run Fatal Crash in Great Falls

Detectives from the Crash Reconstruction Unit continue to investigate the fatal crash that occurred on the morning of May 16 near the intersection of Leesburg Pike and Redberry Court in Great Falls.

Opinion: Commentary: Evolution of American Democracy


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‘She Loves Me’ in Arlington and Alexandria

Signature Theatre’s Rom-Com of musicals.


Fairfax Station Teen Arrested for 2020 Sexual Assaults

A 19-year-old man from Fairfax Station has been arrested for two sexual assaults that occurred in 2020.

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VFW Post 8469 Celebrates 75th Anniversary

On April 30, VFW Post 8469 celebrated its 75th anniversary since being chartered.

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Getting Out, Giving Back in Alexandria

Opportunities abound to help community

As Alexandrians continue facing challenging times during the pandemic, individuals have rallied in their spirit of giving, whether it be in time, talents or resources with no shortage of opportunities to get involved.

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‘She Loves Me’

Signature Theatre’s Rom-Com of musicals.

Rom-com musical

Opinion: Column: An Update About Some Down Time

Not that I want to give you a blow-by-blow concerning my treatment switch over to thyroid cancer from lung cancer, but the last two columns were written four weeks ago in the same week in expectation of a weekend away, so these observations will be new-ish in that they will be hot off the press, so to speak.

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Getting Out, Giving Back in Alexandria

Dining out or volunteering, opportunities abound to help the community.


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Trying to Slow Fast Tracking the Toll Lanes

How will Potomac environment, houses and land be impacted?


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MDOT Prefers 4 Toll Lane Option

‘Surprise announcement’ raises concerns of rushing forward with a PPP.

Hundreds of people testified against Gov. Larry Hogan’s proposed public-private partnership to build toll lanes – nearly 83 percent of responders voiced disapproval – but the Maryland Department of Transportation chose the option to add four toll lanes to the American Legion Bridge and up I-270 as the best choice to mitigate traffic congestion.

WMCCA: Fulfilling the Potomac Master Plan


Montgomery County Office of Consumer Protection Warns of Charity Scammers

The holiday season sees an increase in charitable donation drives.

‘Family First’ in Alexandria

Focus Data Solutions celebrates 20 years.

Focus Data Celebrates 20 Years

Visit Alexandria: Where to Eat Outside?

Outside eating