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Spartans beat Robinson at Blast ALS tournament.
After a rough start to the second day of the Blast ALS field hockey tournament at Lake Braddock Secondary School, West Springfield increased its defensive effort and showed what can happen when the Spartans are on the same page.
The Lake Braddock field hockey team is off to a 2-3-1 start.
In exchange for rehabilitating the property, the curator gains use of the property and pays no rent.
The Virginia General Assembly enacted legislation in January 2011 to ensure that local jurisdictions establish a Resident Curator Project.
In July, 2015, 74 Burke homes sold between $925,000-$127,000.
Burke Home Sales: July, 2015
The Fairfax County Sheriff’s Office continued an annual tradition of collaborating with Target Department Store to provide back-to-school shopping opportunities for children in homeless families.