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Democrat Jennifer Boysko has formally filed a petition for a recount in last month's tight election for the 86th District seat in the Virginia House of Delegates.
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Democrat Mark Herring's 165-vote win over Republican Mark Obenshain in the close race for attorney general is headed to a recount Dec. 17 and 18, with Fairfax County getting a one-day head start.
Fairfax County fire crews and police are on the scene of a gas leak that is causing traffic problems in the Tysons Corner area.
A man entered an automobile service station in the 5700 block of Telegrah Road on Monday night, displaying a gun to an employee before fleeing with the cash.
Richmond Circuit Judge Beverly W. Snukals set those dates at a hearing Wednesday, allowing Fairfax County to begin its recount on the 17th with the rest of the state's localities joining in the next day.
From election day to a controversial land swap and a lot in between, here's a look back on the month of November with top 10 stories on Reston Patch.
Fairfax County officials are feeling good about the chances of the new FBI headquarters building being located in the county.
Second Leaf Collection Pass Starts Today - Crews will begin their second vacuum leaf collection pass through Arlington's neighborhoods today.
The annual debate surrounding the Loudoun County Public Schools operating budget has heated up early this year.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday adopted a new noise ordinance that will enable police to ticket residents with loud parties or incessant barking dogs, after the county had gone for more than four years without a valid noise law.
Giving Tuesday gained traction last year as a day to encourage giving, raising funds and awareness for important causes everywhere.
A bill headed for the Virginia House of Delegates would outlaw so-called "revenge porn" as the Legislature joins a growing list of state governments seeking to curtail "substantial emotional distress" from explicit photos and videos.
It happened Sunday, when an "aggressive" deer went on a rampage at the Huntsman Square shopping center, according to Fairfax County Animal Control officers.
Fairfax County Public School teachers vented their frustrations through a new survey, which was sponsored by the Fairfax County Federation of Teachers.
Online textbooks are a growing trend in local school systems, but what if the students do not have an internet connection at home? One local lawmaker says kids without an internet connection are being left behind.
News4 Northern Virginia Bureau Chief Julie Carey uncovered new details about a man accused of breaking into homes in his girlfriend's neighborhood in Reston, Va.