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Obituary: Charles R. Hooff III

Real Estate developer dies at 80

Alexandria native and real estate magnate Charles Hooff III, principal broker of the firm that bears his name, died Feb. 1 at the age of 80.

Great Falls Home Sales: December, 2018

In December, 2018, 20 Great Falls homes sold between $3,200,000-$615,000.

Great Falls Home Sales: December, 2018

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John Lewis High Graduates Take a Victory Lap

On the evening of June 1, the first class of the newly-renamed John R. Lewis High School graduated on their football field.

Final Alexandria Budget Tweaking

Council finalizes proposed adjustments for May 1 final budget vote.


Opinion: Commentary: Vote Yes on Amendment #1

In a campaign that promises “fair maps” by voting yes for Amendment #1 on the ballot this election cycle and the opposition that promises “fair districts” by voting no, there is little wonder that there would be confusion in the minds of voters.

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A Look Inside the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Meeting Dec. 1, 2020

Highlights of discussion and actions that impact all who live, work and play in the diverse county

Dec. 1 marked the final Fairfax County Full Board of Supervisors Meeting with Public Comment of 2020.

Montgomery County Public Schools Superintendent to Retire

Smith will move to Maine to join his wife, helping care for young grandson who had heart surgery.

Montgomery County Public Schools Superintendent Jack R. Smith announced last week that he will retire effective June 1.

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AWLA: Anchors Aweigh

Sailing senior proves all cats don’t hate water.


Opinion: Commentary: Virginia Voters Can Contribute to the State’s Progressive Future

The year 2020 has been filled with major ups and downs, but nowhere has the good news been clearer than in the Virginia legislature.

Opinion: Commentary: Understanding the Law About Weed

During its Reconvened Session last week the General Assembly approved an amendment proposed by Governor Ralph Northam that decriminalizes the possession by adults of a small amount of marijuana effective July 1, 2021.

Opinion: Commentary: Mark and John and Amendment One

When the then underdog Mark Warner, whose only experience in political life had been to chair the Democratic Party of Virginia and manage the successful campaign of Doug Wilder for governor, had the courage in 1996 to take on senior senator John Warner in his re-election bid, Mark Warner’s bumper sticker read, “Mark, not John.”

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Special Permit Decision for Great Falls ‘Convent’ Deferred

Opponents claim build will exacerbate dangerous traffic conditions

On June 9, the Fairfax County Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) held a public hearing on the application SP 2020-DR-105 by Stonecrest Home Arts, Inc.

Increasing Access to Naloxone in Virginia


Arlington County Unofficial Election Results

Arlington County Unofficial Election Results

McLean Home Sales: December, 2018

In December, 2018, 102 homes sold between $4,325,000-$1,350 in the McLean and Falls Church area.

McLean Home Sales: December, 2018

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A Full Glass Recycling Dumpster is a Sign of Success

Purple dumpsters are pulling in big numbers around the county and a few spots outside.

Glass recycling

GOP Committee Nominates Gregg Nelson for 86th District

Independent requests Fairfax County GOP Committee not to put a candidate forward.


Governor Northam Signs Bill Requiring Clergy to Report Child Abuse