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- Burke Resident Unearths Trash, Artifacts at Silas Burke House Construction Site
- Lorton: Fireworks Set to Explode over Workhouse Arts Center Again July 2
- Burke Resident to Open New Exhibition at Torpedo Factory in Alexandria
- Fairfax County: Former Police Officer Torres sentenced to 12 months for killing John Geer
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A fireworks display will once again be the highlight of a Fourth of July weekend evening program at the Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton.
Former police officer released five days after sentencing for killing John Geer
Former Fairfax County Police Officer Adam Torres walked free this morning.
Weekend fun in the area.
The students may have been graduating, but their principal assigned one more book for them to read. Robinson Secondary’s Matt Eline sent each 2016 graduate on their way with a copy of Brian Tracy’s “Achieve Any Goal.” He made goals the theme of his address to the young adults on June 15 at George Mason’s Eagle Bank Arena.
Fourth of July celebrations in the area