- Burke: Illinois De-Commit Ohanian Faces Uncertain Future 0 comments
- Burke: Terra Centre Elementary School Renovation Nearly Completed 0 comments
- Springfield Athlete to Compete in Special Olympics World Games 0 comments
- Burke & Springfield: New Giant Draws from Virginia Farms 0 comments
- Burke: Lake Braddock Grad Owens Plays in Ripken League All-Star Game 0 comments
- Children’s Science Center Lab Opens in Fairfax 0 comments
- Burke: Terra Centre Elementary School Renovation Nearly Completed
- Springfield Athlete to Compete in Special Olympics World Games
- Burke & Springfield: New Giant Draws from Virginia Farms
- Baptist Youth Campers Repair Lorton Homes
- Burke: Volunteers and County Workers Recognized at Best of Braddock Awards
- Burke: Illinois De-Commit Ohanian Faces Uncertain Future
- Burke: Lake Braddock Grad Owens Plays in Ripken League All-Star Game
- Q&A: West Springfield’s D’Anna Committed to IUP Hoops
- Q&A: Woodson Grad Breslin to Play Soccer at R-MC
- Q&A: Rowlett Competes in Under Armour All-America Game
- Editorial: What’s Special about Your Community?
- Editorial: Backpacks for All
- Letter: Celebrating Marriage Equality
- Letter: Questioning VDOT On I-66 Plan
- Commentary: Braddock Nights Concerts Kick Off July 10
- Transportation Forum Discusses Options and Obstacles
- GMU Students Rally to Lower Student Debt
- Puller Will Not Seek Re-election
- Filler-Corn Announces Legislative Agenda
- Board Approves Supervisor Cook's Proposal on Electronic Data
Bishop O'Connell rising junior softball player and Burke resident Patty Maye Ohanian de-committed from the University of Illinois this summer.
Last month, a new 50,000-square foot Giant Food grocery store opened in the Kings Park Shopping Center at 8970 Burke Lake Road in Springfield.
In June, 2015, 96 Burke homes sold between $660,000-$140,000.
Burke Home Sales: June, 2015
Jeff Moten started the week with 31 teenagers on his lawn. Baptist youth from around Virginia arrived at his Lorton property around 9 a.m. on Monday, July 13. By 10, they had cleared much of the natural overgrowth in his front and back yards, begun stripping his home’s roof and removing debris from a rear room where the floor had collapsed.
Thanks to Jim Watkins, a striking statue of a barracuda emerging from the water now graces the Commonwealth Swim Club. Watkins and other volunteers, members of the club, have helped maintain and repair areas of the facility, including restoration of the storm runoff channel, new lighting and landscaping.