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Parts of airport grounds to become solar farm

Though not without some controversy attached, the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority will be teaming up with Dominion Energy to convert a large swath of unused land at a local airport to collect and store solar energy. The authority’s board of...

County OKs agreement with Dominion on Tysons power effort

Fairfax County supervisors on May 18 unanimously approved, and authorized County Executive Bryan Hill to execute, a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Dominion Energy regarding installation of electric-distribution ductbanks and ancillary equipment in Tysons. The Tysons Corner Comprehensive Plan Amendment,...

Emergency-medicine physician to be honored for COVID leadership

Dr. Michael Silverman, chairman of the emergency-medicine department at Virginia Hospital Center, will be presented with the 2021 Dominion Energy Torch Award for Ethical Leadership as part of the Leadership Center for Excellence’s annual Leadership Summit on May 21. Dr....

Undergrounding utilities in Vienna could prove pricey

Placing utility lines underground in Vienna’s Maple Avenue corridor would beautify the streetscape and improve service reliability, but at a steep cost. According to a feasibility study by Rinker Design Associates P.C., presented at the Vienna Town Council’s March 8...

Vienna, Dominion team up on reliability upgrade

The Vienna Town Council unanimously agreed Feb. 22 to grant Dominion Energy an easement to install a transformer by the town’s water tower at 413 Tapawingo Road, S.W., as part of a project to improve power reliability. The initiative is...

Arlingtonians inducted into state-leadership pantheon

Two Arlingtonians – one living, one deceased – are among five inductees into the 2021 class of Strong Men & Women in Virginia History, an initiative sponsored by the Library of Virginia and Dominion Energy. Krysta Jones and the late...
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PHOTOS: Madison wins region football crown!

The James Madison High School football team defeated Centreville, 22-7, on Nov. 26 to become the 2022 6D North...
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