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Ken Plum: Unlocking Northern Virginia

The multi-model approach establishes a significant precedent that must be followed to successfully unlock Northern Virginia.

More details on Hillary Clinton, Tim Kaine campaign event in NoVA

Hillary Clinton will campaign in Northern Virginia on Thursday, July 14, with U.S. Senator Tim Kaine.

Real Virginia, Northern Virginia, and the New York Yankees: A case study

You hear pols talk from time to time about so-called Real Virginia, the part south and west of what we consider Northern Virginia, the extended D.C. suburbs and exurbs.

Grant Thornton to invest $15.75 million to expand in Northern Virginia

Grant Thornton LLP, a leading U.S. professional-services firm, will invest $15.75 million to grow its presence across the Northern Virginia region.

President Clinton to get out the vote for Hillary Clinton in Virginia

On Wednesday, President Bill Clinton will attend Hillary for Virginia organizing events in Northern Virginia and Richmond to campaign for Hillary Clinton.

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Sen. Warner, Anne Holton, Del. Spruill to campaign for Hillary Clinton

U.S. Sen. Mark Warner, Anne Holton, and Delegate Lionell Spruill Sr. will visit churches in Northern Virginia, Hampton Roads, and Richmond on behalf of Hillary Clinton.

State leaders announce bipartisan agreement to address Beltway gridlock

Virginia leaders announced today a bipartisan agreement to move forward on a plan to reduce congestion on I-66 inside the Beltway.

Waynesboro Police nab two NOVA men on credit card theft charges

The Waynesboro Police Department has arrested two Northern Virginia men on credit card theft charges stemming from an elaborate credit card skimming operation.

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Hillary for Virginia announces Day of Action in Northern Virginia

On Thursday, the Hillary Clinton campaign will hold a series of organizing events in Northern Virginia in order to build support ahead of the March 1st primary.

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Virginia Tech graduate student develops and tests in-vehicle safety application on Interstate 66

Virginia Tech graduate student Kayla Sykes of Richmond tested an in-vehicle application with the potential to improve driver safety and save time.


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