Dean Malissa

Posted by Editorial / Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

 George Washington’s Mount Vernon.

Photo courtesy of George Washington’s Mount Vernon.

The actor who brings George Washington to life at Mount Vernon

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Lorton’s Andi Sullivan talks soccer, possibly playing on the U.S. Women’s National Team

Posted by Editorial / Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

By Rachel Sandler

Andi Sullivan, U-23 Women's National Team

Andi Sullivan (right) plays soccer for Stanford University and is currently on the U-23 Women’s National Team. Photo Courtesy of Andi Sullivan.

While the U.S. will be vying for the Women’s World Cup Sunday against Japan, it’s future midfielder could waiting her turn in Lorton.

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Business is Abuzz About Drones

Posted by Editorial / Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

Drones in real estate

Photo courtesy of Barry Freeman.

‘Flying phones’ stand by to fill the sky as entrepreneurs line up for the payoff from this new business bonanza. –David Hodes

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Washington Navy Yard on lockdown, Arlington Public Schools add gender identity in nondiscrimination policy

Posted by Editorial / Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

By Cameron Mellin

Washington Navy Yard, sight of 2013 shooting, on lock down after reports of shots fired
(NBC News

Arlington schools vote to include gender identity in nondiscrimination policy

United States and Cuba to renew diplomacy, open embassies in Havana and Washington
(The Washington Post

North Carolina man attacked by gray shark, 10th shark attack in the Carolinas this year

Severe storm takes toll on DMV area; downing trees and power lines

England own-goal sends Japan to World Cup final for a rematch with the United States

Pope Francis is coming to D.C.; What will it take to revive Seven Corners?

Posted by Editorial / Tuesday, June 30th, 2015

By Raquel DeSouza

Pope Francis will start his United States-Cuba visit in September with a trip to Washington, D.C.

People in Prince William want Dominion Virginia to change their proposed power line route
(The Washington Post)

What will it take to revive Seven Corners?
(The Washington Post)

United States forward Alex Morgan says the Women’s World Cup semi-final match against Germany tonight is ‘virtually a final’

Confederate soldier statue in Leesburg under fire; Earthquake strikes Virginia

Posted by Editorial / Monday, June 29th, 2015

By Robyn Smith

Residents call for removal of Confederate soldier statue in Leesburg

Earthquake strikes southern Virginia

Gannett to split into two companies

Twin brothers plead guilty to computer hacking in Springfield
(The Washington Post)

Terrorist attacks in France, Tunisia; Metro is casting for music, entertainment

Posted by Editorial / Friday, June 26th, 2015

By Laura Wingfield

Supreme Court legalizes same-sex marriage nationwide
(Business Insider)

Decapitated head found in suspected Islamist terrorist attack in France
(The Washington Post)

Gunmen attack Sousse Beach, Tunisia, killing at least 27 people

Fairfax County schools to add gender identity and sexual orientation class to curriculum

Metro to hold auditions Tuesday for “MetroPerforms!” 
(NBC Washington)

Wahoowa! UVA wins College World Series; Boston bomber breaks silence at hearing

Posted by Editorial / Thursday, June 25th, 2015

By Cameron Mellin

Virginia wins College Baseball World Series, first for ACC since 1955

Prince William teenagers commit armed pizza robbery… Twice.
(The Washington Post

Boston bomber breaks silence during sentencing, apologizes to victims
(NBC News)

Sterling’s Trump National Golf Club gets Presidential upgrade
(Leesburg Today)

Virginia confronts awkward history of Confederacy

Fast-Track trade plan expected to pass Senate; McAuliffe: ban Confederate flag from Va. license plates

Posted by Editorial / Wednesday, June 24th, 2015

By Grace Ann Brew

Senate brings Obama’s trade agreement closer to enactment

D.C. mansion murder suspect’s cousin reportedly fired from victim’s company

D.C. Metro hearings: Operator prohibited from returning to platform

Gov. Terry McAuliffe moves to ban Confederate flag from Virginia license plates
(NBC Washington)

Let the Games Begin

Posted by Editorial / Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015

World Police & Fire Games.

Photo courtesy of World Police & Fire Games.

2015 World Police and Fire Games take over Northern Virginia June 26-July 5. –Victoria Gaffney

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