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FILE: Elementary School students and a few parents wait for the school bus on Coffer Woods Road in Burke, VA. Local elections in Fairfax County are months away but some candidates for school board have already started to campaign in the run-up to November. Comment?
Petula is a columnist for The Washington Post's local team who writes about homeless shelters, gun control, high heels, high school choirs, the politics of parenting, jails, abortion clinics, mayors, modern families, strip clubs and gas prices, among other things. View Archive "Yes! That's me. Comment?
Three Washington area students were tapped Wednesday as Intel Science Talent Search finalists, recognized among a group of 40 honored nationwide in the prestigious research competition for high school seniors. Blair has accumulated more Intel finalists than any other school in the country since 1999 - when it reached its high point of six finalists - with a total of 32 in that period. Comment?
Soubhi and Tanya al-Khateeb for several years searched in vain for an affordable yet stylish condominium in the Burke, Va., area. But when they spotted a sales flier for the MetroWest development in Fairfax County, they immediately knew that this community was for them. Comment?
On a fourth-and-goal play with two seconds remaining and his team six inches from a touchdown, Kyle Edwards told Lake Braddock Coach Jim Poythress to put the ball in his hands. The quarterback took the snap, bounced off two tacklers and tumbled into the end zone to give the 15th-ranked Bruins the 27-24 victory over visiting West Springfield in a Virginia 6A North region quarterfinal in Burke. Comment?
Just as there are stereotypes about librarians, stevedores and men who wear pencil-thin moustaches, so there are stereotypes about quilters. They are, the cliche goes, old, gray-haired ladies who sit stitching calico scraps into traditional designs. Comment?
I'm beginning to think you can't flip on a basement light switch around here or stick a shovel in the ground without finding some relic of World War II. I've recently written about dusty Army trunks abandoned in a Northwest D.C. apartment building that were reunited with their owners' descendants . Comment?
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