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Queen Bee’s Priebe Victim of Car Theft in Alexandria

Police investigate incident during gas stop in Old Town

It was Super Bowl Sunday and Allison Priebe had her hands full with things to do.

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Fairfax County Department of Public Works and Environmental Services Wins Eight Awards

The Noman M. Cole Jr. Pollution Control wastewater treatment plant was recently recognized for their “Tertiary Filters Rehabilitation Project,” and “Rehabilitation of Three Equalization Basin and Ancillary Facilities,” by the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) in its annual Mid-Atlantic Region awards.

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New Police Station and Animal Shelter Planned for Lorton

As the South County area grows, facilities are needed to meet the demand.

New Police Station

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Roof is Raised on Jean and Ric Edelman Indoor Riding Arena

The indoor facility will expand the success for the Northern Virginia Therapeutic Riding Program.

Riding Arena

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Mount Vernon’s Virtual Town Hall Meeting Hits All Levels

Pandemic in the area was looked at, along with other issues

The common thread for all the speakers at Supervisor Dan Storck’s (D-Mount Vernon) town hall meeting was the need to defeat the coronavirus, and rebuild the economy as the virus impact is lessened in Virginia.

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High School Football and Other School Sports Start Soon, Masks and All

Winter tryouts and practices in snow are not the only change this year.

Football Starts Soon

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Mount Vernon’s Virtual Town Hall Meeting Hits All Levels

Pandemic in the area was looked at, along with other issues.

Town Hall

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Grocery Store at Liberty Market is Another Asset for Laurel Hill

Must-have amenity enhances community appeal.

Lidl in Lorton

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National Coach of the Year

South County Coach Gerry Pannoni recognized for undefeated season in 2019-2020.

South County Coach

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Delivery Vehicles Are Everywhere

The quick-stop lifestyle could be here to stay.

Delivery trucks are not a new thing to area neighborhoods, but with the pandemic and the stay-at-home lifestyle many have adopted over the last 10 years, everyone delivers these days.

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