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Arlington teachers win Wolf Trap grants

Two Arlington Public Schools teachers have received grants from the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts to fund performing-arts projects at their schools: – Hope Lambert of the H-B Woodlawn Secondary Program, in conjunction with theater programs from all...

Fairfax posts third pedestrian fatality of year

A 36-year-old man died following a crash that occurred April 9 at 10:12 p.m. near Arlington Boulevard and Graham Road in the Falls Church area, Fairfax County police said. Detectives from the department’s Crash Reconstruction Unit preliminarily have determined that...

1st-quarter N.Va. home sales up nearly 20% from 2020

Total home sales during the first quarter of 2021 stood a whopping 19.9 percent higher than at the same period in 2020 in Northern Virginia’s five major jurisdictions, marking essentially the last comparison to a pre-COVID environment. A total of...

New round of Neighborhood Conservation projects set for approval

Arlington County Board members on April 17 are expected to approve the latest round of Neighborhood Conservation projects, totaling $2.05 million in spending. The projects had been approved last December by the Neighborhood Conservation Advisory Committee, based on an evaluation...

Wakefield loses in region football semifinal

The fourth-seeded Wakefield Warriors had success throwing the ball against the top-seed and host Madison Warhawks in a 6D North Region Tournament semifinal game April 9. The Warriors, though, struggled to run the ball and on defense couldn’t stop the...

Madison wins region semifinal game

Continuing their season-long trend of playing stingy defense, the host and top seed Madison Warhawks (7-0) defeated the fourth-seeded Wakefield Warriors, 28-7, in a 6D North Region Tournament semifinal high-school football game April 9. Wakefield (4-2), which trailed 21-0 entering...

Fire auxiliary to host drive-through spaghetti dinner

The Vienna Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary is hosting a “drive-through spaghetti dinner” fund-raiser on Saturday, April 24. “During these trying times, we have not been able to hold our usual fund-raisers, and this is an opportunity to safely raise funds...

Data: Regional jobs picture continues to brighten, but slowly

The Washington metropolitan area continued to crawl out of its COVID-induced spike in joblessness in February, but continues to have a long way to go to regain the strength it had headed into the pandemic. With 3,316,299 metro-area residents in...

Police: Man seen with handgun near child-care facility

On April 8 at 2:32 p.m., police were dispatched to the 600 block of North Vermont Street for a report of an individual displaying a holstered handgun while walking on a property containing an occupied child-care facility. According to police,...

Police: Onlookers complain as woman dances topless on car

On April 6 at 11:22 p.m., individuals were on the balconies of their residences when they observed a woman dancing on the hood of a vehicle in the 300 block of 23rd Street South. According to police, the woman lifted...

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