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  • At farewell, Obama praises Hagel as ‘true American patriot’

    FORT MYER, Va. (AP) — President Barack Obama said Wednesday that outgoing Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is a true American patriot who devoted his life to the United States. Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and…

  • LEBANON: Add Ski Report

    SOUTHEAST Maryland Wisp — Wed 5:37 am MG machine groomed 21-22 base 27 of 35 trails, 78% open 8 of 13 lifts, sm Mon: 9a-5p, Tue-Fri: 9a-9 Sat: 9a-9p Sun: 9a-5p North Carolina Appalachian Ski…

  • Dominion seeks rate freeze against opposition on many fronts

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia’s biggest electric utility wants to weaken state oversight of its rates, saying the move will help protect its customers from possible steep increases in their electric bills brought on by…

  • Reston Executive Confirmed Dead After Annapolis Fire

    The head of a Reston cybersecurity firm, his wife and four grandchildren are confirmed to have died in the blaze that destroyed an Annapolis-area mansion. Don and Sandy Pyle and their grandchildren Charlotte, Katie, Lexi…

  • Op-Ed: Will Reston’s Village Center Redevelopment Be Unchecked?

    This is an op-ed from Terry Maynard of Co-Chair of Reston 2020, a citizen advocacy group. Having recovered from the December holidays, I finally read the second draft of the Phase 2 Reston Master Plan last…

  • JUST IN: Tejada Says He Will Not Seek Reelection

    Arlington County Board member Walter Tejada has announced that he will not seek reelection this year. Tejada, a Democrat, made the announcement on his Facebook page this afternoon. He thanked his supporters and promised that “a more…

  • Court hears appeal by Va. man detained after Facebook posts

    By LARRY O’DELL Associated Press RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – A lawyer has urged a federal appeals court to reinstate a lawsuit by a Chesterfield County man who was detained in a psychiatric hospital after posting…

  • New ‘For the Love of It’ 10K in Reston Feb. 14

    Runners have a new Reston race to add to their calendar: The For the Love of It 10K will take place Feb. 14 at 8 a.m. The race, sponsored by Potomac River Running, will start and…

  • NOVA Legal Beat: Harder for Men to Prove Sex Discrimination?

    Editor’s Note: This sponsored column is written by Mathew B. Tully of Tully Rinckey PLLC, an Arlington firm that specializes in federal employment and labor law, security clearance proceedings, and military law. Q. Is it harder for…

  • Thursday: Community Review of Master Plan Changes

    Fairfax County will hold a community meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday at Reston Community Center Lake Anne to update residents and obtain feedback on the draft of the Reston’s Master Plan Phase 2 update. The…

  • County Board Ditches ‘Public Land for Public Good’ Initiative

    The Arlington County Board has scrapped the affordable housing-oriented “Public Land for Public Good” initiative, voting unanimously last night to wait for the findings of its new Facilities Study Committee. The county’s new, 24-member Facilities Study Committee will…

  • 2 ex-Charlottesville officials plead guilty in phone case

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — Two former Charlottesville officials have pleaded guilty to misdemeanors in a case involving cellphone bills. Media outlets report that former Registrar Sheri Iachetta and former Electoral Board member Stephanie Commander each…

  • Reston Pet of the Week: Paco

    This week’s Reston Pet of the Week is from another proud, local pet owner, which means he is not available for adoption. Meet gentle giant Paco. Here is what owner Amy has to say about…

  • Arlington Pet of the Week: Buddy

    This week’s Arlington Pet of the Week is Buddy, a dog who showed up at his owner’s door on Christmas and never left. Here’s what owner Sarah had to say about her : Hi, this is Buddy.…

  • Va. Senate panel OKs tax break for bullion buyers

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A Virginia Senate committee is proposing to exempt gold, silver and platinum bullion from the state sales tax. The exemption would apply to transactions exceeding $1,000. The Finance Committee’s endorsement of…