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Documentary Explores a Place Formerly Known as ‘The Pits.’

Documentarian is also a reporter for the Mount Vernon Gazette.

The Pits

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Car Crash on Rolling Road Highlights Need for Improvements

Parked car side-swiped by errant driver.

Sideswiped on Rolling

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Picture Restoration Unearths Local History

The Photo Detective investigated Civil War veteran photo at Mount Vernon.

Photo Detective

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Weeds and Blind Curves Along the Trail Keep the Volunteers Busy

The Friends of the Mount Vernon Trail are always looking for volunteers when it comes to weed control.

weeds along bike trail

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Everyone’s Feeling the Cold Temps in April in Springfield

Those in the plant industry are taking steps to protect the crop.

Cold April

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Summer’s Here and Possibly Time to Stay Put

Fairfax County has plenty of options for a “stay-cation” this summer.

Summer Stay-Cation

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Plans for Braddock Road Include 3 Intersection Redesigns

Upcoming presentation planned, public will have a chance to weigh in.

Braddock Road

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VRE Parking at Rolling Road Will Be Expanded

Plans to add parking does not include a multi-level lot.

VRE Parking Expansion

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Officials Examine Southern Beltway Section for Express Lanes

Plan calls for express lanes to cross Woodrow Wilson Bridge.

Southern Express Lanes

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Paving and Warm Weather are in Tandem This Year in Northern Virginia

There is a map and system to where the paving goes.

August is hot, and the drivers trying to get back to a normal routine have probably hit a pothole or two out on the roads, but VDOT is out there with the paving crews, putting down pavement on 1,145 lane miles throughout the paving season, which goes until November.

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Fairfax County Police Armed with a High-Tech Dog Nose

New K-9 can sniff out thumb drives and cell phones that may be evidence.

The Fairfax County Police Department has a new tool to fight cyber crimes and it’s a black Labrador retriever named Browser, that specializes in sniffing out computer-related evidence like thumb drives, cell phones or laptop computers that may have been used by criminals, particularly in child exploitation.

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Climate Change Study Warns of Coastal Flooding in 2050

County program called "Resilient Fairfax," would provide prevention steps.

Climate Study

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A Tale of Two Claras in the Nutcracker

Juggling the roles makes for a whirlwind weekend at Metropolitan Arts School.

Nutcracker at Metropolitan

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Mount Vernon Artists Shine at Gallery Opening

Nepenthe Gallery borrowed a Greek term for “a place of no sorrow.”

Art Gallery

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Street Racers Strike in Kingstowne

Tire marks remain long after the motorists fled.

Street Racers

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Burke Teen Models for Louis Vuitton on the Runway in Miami

First show chipped away at the shyness shell for Ibrahim Sesay.

Teen model

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Shaved Ice, Burritos and Food Trucks are a Hit at Taste of Springfield

Burke Author at the Taste Event with Historic Novel

Taste of Springfield

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County Goes to Bat for River Farm in Mount Vernon

Move is for preservation but never say never.

River Farm