- Q&A With Joe Galdo and Marc Harrold
- Crashing the Parties
- Friends of Pohick Library Raises $20,000 Selling Books
- Safety Apps are Now Available
- Bio and Q&A with Gerry Connolly
- Robinson’s Myers Earns Top-15 Finish at Glory Days Invite
- Successful Switch
- Vienna Broncos Start the Season 4-0
- Iturbe’s Score Avoids Overtime, Defeats Robinson
- Bruins Win Silver Bracket at Rebel Volleyball Invitational
- Editorial: Coming - Children’s Connection
- Editorial: Deadly Medicaid Debacle
- September is Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month
- Letter: Springfield Seniors Deserve Better
- Commentary: Protecting Those Threatened by Domestic Violence
- Warner, Gillespie Clash in U.S. Senate Debate
- Voting Early, Absentee
- New Voter Identification Requirements
- Board of Supervisors Approves 50+ Community Action Plan
- Supervisors Break Ground on New Public Safety Headquarters
In September 2014, 35 Burke homes sold between $642,500-$221,190.
Burke Home Sales: September, 2014
Burke schools participate in National Walk to School Day
The “kiss and ride” lane of cars dropping off students was noticeably sparse at Cherry Run Elementary School. Principal Mark Bibbee said they average between 70 and 80 cars a day. On National Walk to School Day, Oct. 8, he counted just 25. His students and parents were pounding the pavement.
Woodson’s Reed thriving at outside hitter following change in approach.
Mackenzie Reed made the transition from libero to outside hitter.
See Something, Send Something: This app is a nationwide suspicious-activity reporting tool to help fight terrorism and criminal activity. It does not replace 911 for emergency situations.
First annual 5K raises awareness of teen driving safety.
Robin Wallin of Alexandria has been training for this day at Cameron Run Regional Park for three months. She and sister-in-law Carolyn Wiser of Baltimore used a seat-to-5K app on their smartphones to prepare for the Oct. 4 race, encouraging each other through Facebook messaging.