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Despite being in the north-central area of Virginia, Springfield happens to be a suburb of Washington, D.C. In 1881, the Moore post office in Springfield was renamed the Garfield post office in honor of the late President James Garfield, who was assassinated in September of that same year. In 1950, the area had about 1,000 residents, but as of 2010, the city boasted a population of over 30,000 people.

Population: 31329
Local Newspapers: Springfield Connection Washington Post
Local Sports Teams: Washington Redskins Washington Nationals
Local Colleges: University of Northern Virginia

Zip Codes associated with springfield, virginia: 22015 22150 22151 22152 22153
Towns/Cities near springfield, virginia : Franconia Newington Annandale Liconia Burke Alexandria

Springfield News
Ohlendorf v. United Food Commercial Workers International Union Local 876

Robbie OHLENDORF; Sandra Adams, and all others similarly situated, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. UNITED FOOD & COMMERCIAL WORKERS INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 876, Defendant-Appellee.

'Helping veterans seek employment ... is part of what the Legion stands for'

Hosting a job fair, as American Legion Post 176 in Springfield, Va., did on Feb. 15, is a direct reflection of the Legion's values, members said. "Getting people work is an important thing," Post 176 manager Bob Eidsvoog said.

Gun Owners of America Statement on Pres. Trump Bump Stock Memo

Springfield, VA - - - President Donald Trump released a memo to direct the attorney general to seek comments on a rule purporting to ban bump stocks. The memo, states, in part: "Today, I am directing the Department of Justice to dedicate all available resources to complete the review of the comments received, and, as expeditiously as possible, to propose for notice and comment a rule banning all devices that turn legal weapons into machineguns."

MS-13 leaader testifies about ordering a group murder

MUST CREDIT: Washington Post photo by Michael Miller MS-13 graffiti marks a highway bridge in Springfield, Virginia in February 2017. MUST CREDIT: Washington Post photo by Michael Miller Carlos Otero Henriquez told a friend he was a member of the 18th Street gang.

Culpeper man sentenced in $11 million VDOT bribery scheme

A former Superintendent of Culpeper's VDOT's headquarters in Burke was sentenced Friday in federal court to seven years in prison for his involvement in a bribery scheme. Anthony Willie, 55, unlawfully awarded nearly $11 million in snowplow work over a five-year period, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Virginia.

Trump offers support for limited effort on background checks

Four and a half year old Maeve Hanlon holds her protest sign Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018, during an "Enough is Enough" rally against gun violence on Public Square in Wilkes Barre Pa.

Fairfax Symphony Orchestra cultivates high school - All-Stars'

Fairfax Symphony Music Director, Christopher Zimmerman with new generation string virtuoso, In Mo Yang; the Feb. 3 "Inspiring the Next Generation" FSO program featured 2018 All-Stars Youth Orchestra performing side-by-side with the Fairfax Symphony Fairfax County Board of Supervisors and School Board Members Honor Fairfax Symphony 2018 All-Stars ... (more)

Local Chain Delia's New Arlington Restaurant Opens This March

The expansion to Arlington that homegrown chain Delia's announced back in December is nearly complete, clearing the way for the self-described Mediterranean grill and brick-oven pizzeria to begin serving customers at 2931 S. Glebe Road within the next few weeks. Arlnow reports that Oliver Garnowski, the general manager of the forthcoming eatery, expects to have the Arlington Ridge location up and running by mid-March.

Crystal City Florist's Business Blooms Around Valentine's Day

When the holiday falls on the weekend or a Monday, her floral arrangements business, Crystal City's Flowers With Love, scrambles to deliver sometimes hundreds of rose bouquet orders as early in the day as possible. The florists can't encourage people to have their arrangements delivered a few days in advance, because people won't be in the office to enjoy them for as long.

Ilse Breaks Indoor 5,000 UNC Record At Music City Challenge

Just six days removed from running 9:12.17 in the Camel City Elite 3,000 meters to take fourth place in school history in the event, Ilse, the junior out of Dunwoody, Ga., was fatigued going into the race. However, the opportunity to run on Vanderbilt's 300-meter oversized track against quality competition was too good to pass up.

Job fair coming to Virginia Post 176

American Legion Post 176 will host a JobZone job fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Feb. 15. The post is located at 6520 Amherst Ave., Springfield, Va. The job fair from 10 a.m. to noon is reserved for job seekers with active security clearance, active-duty or retired military, reservists, National Guard, wounded warriors, caregivers and family members.

Mount Vernon visitors get a chance to 'Be Washington,' the decision-maker

Do you have what it takes to be a leader like George Washington? Two new programs at Mount Vernon might help you find out. "Be Washington," opening February 12, combines 18th-century reenactments with 21st-century technology as participants test their ability to make split-second decisions, tackling four challenges faced by Washington during the Revolutionary War and into his presidency - battle strategies, military pay, America's neutrality, and a tax revolt.

Last Saturday of free Metro parking, other big changes start this week new

This is the final weekend with free parking on Saturdays at Metro-owned and operated parking garages, as the agency launches significant changes next week that change a number of parking fees and rules for weekday users, too. On Saturdays starting Feb. 10, drivers exiting a Metro garage will have to pay $2 when leaving between 10 a.m. and 2 a.m. Starting Feb. 5, many more Metro garages will charge extra to weekday drivers who pay with a credit card or a SmarTrip card that has not just been used to pay for a rail trip.

Will Virginia finally address the mess on I-95 at the Occoquan River?

In 2011, the Virginia Department of Transportation finished widening Interstate 95 from three to four lanes in each direction between Springfield and the Occoquan River. Unfortunately, the project scope left an extremely poor transition point in the southbound direction at the interchange with Virginia Route 123.

Mount Vernon visitors get a chance to 'Be Washington,' the...

Do you have what it takes to be a leader like George Washington? Two new programs at Mount Vernon might help you find out. "Be Washington," opening February 12, combines 18th-century reenactments with 21st-century technology as participants test their ability to make split-second decisions, tackling four challenges faced by Washington during the Revolutionary War and into his presidency - battle strategies, military pay, America's neutrality, and a tax revolt.

Fairfax helicopter helps catch teens involved in car robbery

Police say Andonis Martinez Turcios, 19, and a 17-year-old boy stole a Honda Accord from the driveway of a Prince William County home. According to Fairfax County police, they drove to the 6700 block of Hopewell Avenue in Springfield and crashed into several parked cars, causing the car to break down.

Part of Old Keene Mill Road in Fairfax County is closed due to a water main break

Part of the westbound portion of Old Keene Mill Road in West Springfield, Va., is closed due to a water main break. TRAFFIC ALERT: Westbound Old Keene Mill Rd is shut down between Hanover Ave and Commerce St due to a water main break.

Police: Foot discovered in Va. backyard probably a bear paw new

The discovery of what was believed to be a decomposed human foot in a Springfield, Virginia, backyard over the weekend triggered speculation on whose it was and what had happened to the person.

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