Northern Virginia’s daily dose of local and national news for Tuesday, March 5.
Quantico Marine Corps Base is training this week. Base officials say locals may notice very loud noises and ground vibrations. Training will be held from March 5-8, and scheduled times for training hours vary by day. (InsideNoVA)
A Silver Line parking garage has to be repaired after it sunk four inches into the ground in Herndon, at the Innovation Center Station site. The exact cost of repairs is unknown, and the project is now eight-10 months behind schedule. (NBC Washington)
Loudoun County officials are investigating whether the Trump National Golf Club illegally cut a dozen trees from the Potomac River shoreline and dumped them into the river. (Loudoun Times-Mirror)
Fairfax County trash fees will need to rise if the trash collection and recycling program is going to pay for itself, according to a county audit. The county’s proposed budget for the year, starting in July, includes increasing the fee by $35 to diminish the spending gap. (WTOP)