- West Potomac Dominates Early in Win Over South County 0 comments
- Mount Vernon Letter: Legalized Extortion 0 comments
- Mount Vernon Letter: Beware of Scam Artists 0 comments
- Mount Vernon Column: Coal Ash Bill Fails, Other Bills Move Forward 0 comments
- Mount Vernon Column: State Should Pursue Education Initiatives 0 comments
- Mount Vernon Brief: ‘Stuff the Bus’ Benefits Koinonia Foundation 0 comments
- Mount Vernon Brief: ‘Stuff the Bus’ Benefits Koinonia Foundation
- Mount Vernon Brief: Dental Office To Give Away Free Smile Makeover
- Mount Vernon: Clinton, Kaine Win Straw Poll
- Mount Vernon: Bus Aide Charged
- Mount Vernon: Charges Against Teacher Updated
- West Potomac Dominates Early in Win Over South County
- Snowstorm Q&A: West Potomac’s Lisenby Got into Snowball Fights
- Snowstorm Q&A: Mount Vernon's Ray Spent Quality Time with Family
- West Potomac Dominates Mount Vernon in Second Half
- Alexandria: Mamo's 32 Points, Williams' Layup Lift TC Over West Potomac
- Mount Vernon Letter: Legalized Extortion
- Mount Vernon Letter: Beware of Scam Artists
- Mount Vernon Column: Coal Ash Bill Fails, Other Bills Move Forward
- Mount Vernon Column: State Should Pursue Education Initiatives
- Editorial: Limiting Local Authority
- Proffers in Danger?
- Mount Vernon: Gearing Up for 2016 Challenges
- Mount Vernon: State Group Honors Hyland
- Mount Vernon: Chamber Honors Police, Fire Personnel
- Mount Vernon Campaign Notes: Foreman On Taxes
Wolverines improve to 9-1 in last 10 games, sit in 2nd place.
The West Potomac boys' basketball team defeated South County 59-45 on Friday.
Letter to the Editor
Thank goodness we have the Dillon Rule in Virginia. That rule precludes localities such as cities and counties from taking any actions not specifically authorized by the state legislature. The House of Delegates and State Senate have both passed Bills (HB 770 and SB 549, respectively) the intention of which is to place limitations on the ability of localities to extract unreasonable proffers from property developers.
Letter to the Editor
Beware of IRS impersonation scammers. I received a telephone call in mid January 2016 that IRS was filing a suit against me and to call a call back number provided for more details.
As we move towards the midpoint of the General Assembly Session called “Crossover,” we are required to finish work on all bills in our respective chambers. Things are picking up in Richmond.
Having grown up in the Fairfax County Public School system and with a daughter at West Potomac High School, ensuring Fairfax County students receive the highest quality education is a top priority of mine. Education is an investment that we make in our children to ensure that they are given the tools and opportunities to live up to their potential. We are fortunate to live in an area with a school system that is recognized for its excellence.