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About: springfield, virginia

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

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Shortly after 6 a.m. on May 9, a man approached a woman driving a blue Nissan Rogue at the intersection of East Drive and Telegraph Road. The man pulled out a gun, threatened the woman and told her to get out of her car; she complied and did not require medical attention.

Mrs Grohl on raising a rock star

Virginia Hanlon Grohl spent more than 30 years in the classroom as a Fairfax County, Virginia, public school teacher, and she remains passionate about the value of an education. So then why did she allow her 17-year-old to drop out of high school and leave their Springfield home to tour the country with a rock band? Because mothers know best.

Electrical problem caused Fairfax Co. firetruck blaze

Fire investigators say an electrical issue in a backup firetruck is responsible for sparking a two-alarm blaze early Sunday that destroyed the truck, caused $200,000 in damages and rendered the Fairfax County station uninhabitable for at least the next week. The two-alarm blaze destroyed the backup firetruck and caused a total of $200,000 in damage.

What's it like to be the mother of a high school dropout-turned-rock star?

Virginia Hanlon Grohl spent more than 30 years in the classroom as a Fairfax County, Virginia, public school teacher, and she remains passionate about the value of an education. So then why did she allow her 17-year-old to drop out of high school and leave their Springfield home to tour the country with a rock band? "Everyone thought I was out of my mind," said Grohl, 79. "I knew it was risky, yeah, but it seemed to me a way that he would learn about the world, and that's what education is supposed to be.

VA Fire Engine Burns Catches Station on Fire

A fire truck caught fire in a Springfield, VA, fire station overnight Sunday and damaged the engine and the station. According to the radio station WTOP , the roof of the engine in the Fairfax County fire station at about 12:45 a.m. and was extinguished by the 11 firefighters on duty at 1:23 a.m., said Deputy Chief Daniel Gray.

Crime Report: Knife-Swinging Man Arrested on the Pike

A 25-year-old Arlington man is facing charges after police say he injured another man while swinging a knife at some companions. The incident happened around 1 a.m. Saturday on the 3800 block of Columbia Pike, just down the street from the Burger King.

Teen Charged in 15-Year-Old's Death to Be Tried as Adult

A 17-year-old girl charged in connection with the brutal assault and murder of a 15-year-old girl will be tried as an adult, prosecutors announced Thursday. Venus Romero Iraheta is accused of inflicting some of the stab wounds that led to Damaris Alexandra Reyes Rivas' death, FBI Special Agent Fernando Uribe testified in court Thursday.

Men Charged With Firing Shotguns at Cars in Lyon Village

Two drunk men in their early 20s went on a vandalism spree Saturday morning, with a shotgun as their weapon of choice, according to Arlington County Police. The shootings happened around 2:20 a.m. Saturday, on the 2800 block of Key Blvd in Lyon Village, police say.

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Though Normally a Much Longer Process, the Company Was Approved and Placed - in One Day - on SEWP Government-Wide Contract with $20B Ceiling AUSTIN, TX / ACCESSWIRE / April 19, 2017 / Bravatek Solutions, Inc. announces that it has executed a significant agreement with a well-known and respected firm, i3 Integrative Creative Solutions, LLC , located in Springfield, Virginia. Well-positioned in the government/military space, i3 is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business .

Next Generation Of Nurses Ready To Help

Bachelor of science in nursing graduate Lizzie Taylor looks for her family in the audience at the start of Nursing Convocation at James Madison University's Convocation Center on Friday. Joanna Beitzel wipes away a tear after taking the Florence Nightingale Pledge.

Future FBI Headquarters Gets Most, But Not All, of Requested Funding in Omnibus

The massive fiscal 2017 spending bill President Trump signed on Friday contains most but not all requested funding for the new FBI headquarters planned for a site either in Maryland or Virginia. The Justice Department section of the massive appropriations bill contains $323 million for the project, while the General Services Administration section has an additional $200 million.

Fairfax County debates employee pension reform

Lee District Supervisor Jeff McKay discusses FY 2018 budget markups and recommendations for FY 2019 at the board's budget committee meeting.

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