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Marshall cross country teams earn a sweep

The Marshall Statesmen won the girls and boys National District cross country championships at Burke Lake Park, the girls with 36 points and the boys with 34. For the girls, Hayley Pooden was the highest finisher in second in 19:35....

Ex-Rep. Moran backs Herring re-election bid

Former U.S. Rep. Jim Moran (D-8th) has endorsed the re-election bid of Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring. Herring’s “resolute and balanced leadership has completely transformed the office of attorney general, showing Virginians he’ll always be in their corner,” Moran said...

Historian to focus on Civil War impact along Georgetown Pike

Historian Karen Washburn will present “Collateral Damage,” a program on the experience of those living in the area of Georgetown Pike during the Civil War, during the Tuesday, April 20 meeting of the Great Falls Senior Center. “We are delighted...

Online celebration to boost foster, adoptive families

Formed Families Forward, an organization promoting foster, adoptive and kinship families, will hold its annual “Spring Forward” celebration online on Saturday, April 17 from 9:45 to 11 a.m. The event will feature interactive sessions for all ages, as well as...

State Fair banking on a return in the fall

The State Fair of Virginia, which was canceled in 2020 due to the pandemic, plans to return with in-person offerings starting on Sept. 24 at the Meadow Event Park in Doswell. “Fair organizers are excited to welcome everyone back for...

Feces-dumping episode leads to charges in Vienna

Vienna police on April 6 arrested a 69-year-old woman living in the 200 block of Park Terrace Court, S.E., after neighbors implicated her in several illegal-dumping incidents. A neighbor living in the same condominium complex told Vienna police on April...

Vienna police arrest husband on domestic-assault charge

Vienna police officers responded on April 6 at 2:44 a.m. to a reported domestic assault between husband and wife on Wilmar Place, N.W.An argument between the two parties had escalated and become physical, police said. Rescue personnel responded and...

Remodelers bullish on future prospects

The pandemic has done many unpleasant things. But on the up-side, it’s made the nation’s home-remodelers ever more bullish on the future. The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) has released its Remodeling Market Index (RMI) in the first quarter...

Fairfax jobless rate continues to improve

Though it still has a long, long way to rebound, Fairfax County’s jobless rate continues to make month-over-month improvement as the region attempts to put COVID in the rear-view mirror. With 581,670 county residents employed in the civilian workforce and...

Report: Chesapeake Bay health has its ups, downs

While seeing a not insignificant year-over-year decline, the population of adult crabs in the Chesapeake Bay remains at sustainable levels and the crab population is not being overfished, according to new data. Between 2019 and 2020, the abundance of adult...

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