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- Play Monopoly and Help Others
- Kana Sushi Opens in Springfield
- Mount Vernon-Lee Chamber of Commerce to Install New Chairman
- Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman Sharon Bulova Bulova to Create Transparency Review Commission
- Community Reviews Plans for Silas Burke Property
- Conference 7 Title Business as Usual for West Springfield Girls' Basketball
- Fairfax: Robinson’s DePasquale Escapes Defeat at Regionals
- Fairfax’s Barborek Wins 6A North Region Floor Title
- Springfield: Hayfield’s Overstreet Shows Toughness in Return to States
- Hayfield’s Overstreet Wins Conference 6 Bars Title Despite Back Trouble
- Editorial: Managing Mental Illness in Jails
- Column: Staying Ahead of the Feds
- Letter: Failing in Their Duties
- Editorial: Not the First or Only Time
- Letter: An Open Letter to Virginia Delegates
- Del. Filler-Corn’s ‘CARE Act’ Passes the House
- GMU Students Rally to Lower Student Debt
- Delegates, State Senators Hold Springfield Town Hall Meeting
- Puller Will Not Seek Re-election
- Opinion: Vote ‘Yes’ on Transportation Bond
Annual tournament raises close to $8,000 for Lorton Community Action Center.
On a cold, snow-approaching Saturday, nearly 100 men, women and children hunkered down to play three rounds at the 8th Annual Ron K.’s Monopoly Tournament hosted at the Lorton Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton.
A newly opened Kana Sushi, located on Old Keene Mill Road in Springfield, strives to offer authentic Japanese food at affordable prices. The establishment opened Dec. 1 and is near Springfield Plaza, and right next to Noodles & Company. The small restaurant is owned by Haeri Kim.
Sean O’Connell looks to expand and increase dialogue among membership.
In his 30 years as a certified public accountant with the firm PBMares, Sean O’Connell has worked in Harrisonburg, Fredericksburg and spent close to the last decade in northern Virginia.
Members of the Burke and West Springfield communities were invited to review the plans of Sunrise Development, LLC to build an assisted living facility on the property of the Silas Burke House.
“My dogs Fern and Otter, both adopted from the Fairfax County Animal Shelter. They love to come to work with me at the shelter.