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- Springfield Home Sales: April, 2013 0 comments
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- Celebrating ‘Everyday’ Heroes
- Irving Middle Presents... “Empty House?”
- Brief: Springfield Area Roundups 5/15
- ‘Annie, Jr.’ at Springfield Estates
- Key Middle Officer Honored
- South County Baseball Wins Patriot District Championship
- TC Baseball Secures First Regional Berth Since 2009
- Lake Braddock Girls’ Lax Advances to Patriot District Final
- South County Softball Sends Message to Lake Braddock
- The Comeback Kid
- Editorial: Vote in Spite of Election Fatigue
- Editorial: Some Limits, More Disclosure
- Opinion: The Power of Tourism
- Letter: Bookfair in Support of School
- Letter: TJ: Competition, Not Quotas
- Absentee Voting Starts Now for Democratic Primaries
- Governor McDonnell Endorses Springfield Site for FBI Headquarters
- Fairfax County Union Officials Say Board’s Budget Fails Staff, Residents
- Fairfax County Budget Reflects ‘Increasing Needs, Decreasing Revenues’
- Editorial: More Obstacles to Transparency
Stallions beat defending state champion Lake Braddock.
South County will host Robinson in the first round of the Northern Region baseball tournament. Lake Braddock will host Chantilly.
In April 2013, 148 Springfield homes sold between $1,575,000-$145,000.
Springfield Home Sales: April, 2013
Titans beat Lee in Patriot District tournament quarterfinals
The T.C. Williams baseball team will travel to face top-seed Lake Braddock in the Patriot District semifinals on Friday.
Molina Healthcare honors local residents for making a difference in the community.
In the 1980s, Vienna resident John Horejsi and a “ragtag” group of social justice pioneers learned that Virginia was charging sales tax on food stamps. They discovered the sales tax boosted the state’s coffers by $9.5 million every year, money that they believed belonged to poor families for food or other necessary items.
Six Month Investigation Nets Several Suspects and Cycle Fest Ride on Sunday, May 19