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Co-Responder Program Needed Immediately

Two officers use tasers; one officer fires four shots, killing 26-year-old man during a mental health crisis inside his family’s McLean home.

Jasper Aaron Lynch’s twin sister wanted to help her brother who was having a mental health crisis. Three Fairfax County Police officers hoped to help, too.

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Disturbing Video of Police Shooting

Police release video of police shooting death of Reston man at Springfield Town Center; chief defends officers’ actions.

Police release video of police shooting death of Reston man at Springfield Town Center; chief defends officers’ actions.

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Big Train, Big Expectations

We knew them when …

Before Hunter Renfroe became an outfielder for the San Diego Padres, Tampa Bay Rays, Boston Red Sox and now the Milwaukee Brewers, his...

Is Your Car Worth More Than Last Year?

Probably, and the car tax owed is probably also going up.

Car value

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Patricia O’Neill, 71

Schoolboard member served Potomac and Bethesda for more than 23 years and was the longest serving Board member in MCPS history.

Schoolboard

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White’s Ferry Running for 2022?

Eminent domain, condemnation, or more negotiation?

When Chuck and Stacy Kuhn purchased White’s Ferry in February, they eagerly told their nine children the plan.

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Fault! in Montgomery County

Wind gusts toppled two white pines on top of two cars at River Falls tennis courts last Friday, April 30, a sight common around Potomac and the county on Friday after winds reached 60 miles per hour.

Week in Numbers in Montgomery County

881 miles of connected multi-use trails are planned for the DMV region as part of the Capitol Trails Network.

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All Hands on Deck

Montgomery and Loudoun counties work together to reopen White’s Ferry

Chuck Kuhn now has multiple deckhands eager to help White’s Ferry get back to business.

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Pressure Mounts, Opposition Remains

Virginia predicts Maryland will have additional toll lanes running across the American Legion Bridge by 2027

Fairfax County continues to pressure Maryland to widen or replace the American Legion Bridge, two miles at a time.

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