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Dominion Virginia Power is making a large contribution to its Energy Share program.
A safety awareness event for the entire community follows one held recently for students at Monticello High School.
The Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry is raising money to move into a new location.
U.S. News & World Report gives high marks to the UVA Law School and Darden School.
Civil rights leader John Lewis will deliver the keynote address at Jefferson's birthday celebration.
A national publication says PVCC is a great school for veterans.
The man charged with the murder of Hannah Graham is accused of choking a Fairfax woman before sexually assaulting her.
A criminal investigation is underway on scam artists claiming to be with the AG’s office and threatening arrest.
Virginia now second only two Georgia on the East Coast.
A TSA employee finds a stun-gun in a female passenger's carry-on bag.
Some of our area's best young spellers have showcased their talents.
The time-change weekend gave area firefighters a chance to provide a reminder about smoke-alarm batteries.
Incumbent City Councilwoman Kathy Galvin wants a second term.
Rio at 29 North Interchange opponents have followed through on their threat to file a lawsuit.
A Fairfax judge will allow some court documents that involve Jesse Matthew to remain sealed.
A City Council hopeful who's a repeat candidate says he's learned a lot in the past two years.
The defense attorney for Jesse Matthew has been granted requests to delay the trial and get help from a DNA expert.
City Councilor Dede Smith is seeking another term on City Council.
The woman who tracked down ‘Karen’ says she deserves a big ‘thank you’ for calling police when she saw the man wanted for the abduction of Hannah Graham.
The main backers of a downtown taxing district say they need more time to contact owners.