- Centreville Home Sales: April, 2013 0 comments
- Chantilly Home Sales: April, 2013 0 comments
- Chantilly Boys’ Lax Captures Concorde Championship 0 comments
- O’Sullivan’s 7 Goals Lead Westfield Girls’ Lax to Concorde Title 0 comments
- Editorial: Vote in Spite of Election Fatigue 0 comments
- Celebrating ‘Everyday’ Heroes 0 comments
- Celebrating ‘Everyday’ Heroes
- Responding to Explosive Situation
- Students To Receive Presidential Recognition
- Centre View Business Notes
- Board OKs Boundary Changes
- Chantilly Boys’ Lax Captures Concorde Championship
- O’Sullivan’s 7 Goals Lead Westfield Girls’ Lax to Concorde Title
- Oakton Boys’ Soccer Finishes Regular Season Undefeated
- Chantilly Comeback Falls Short Against Oakton
- Wildcats Slug Saxons in Comeback Victory
- Editorial: Vote in Spite of Election Fatigue
- Column: Vote in Spite of Election Fatigue
- Reflecting On Mother's Day
- Editorial: Some Limits, More Disclosure
- Letter to the Editor: The Other Easter
- Absentee Voting Starts Now for Democratic Primaries
- Governor McDonnell Endorses Springfield Site for FBI Headquarters
- Fairfax County Budget Reflects ‘Increasing Needs, Decreasing Revenues’
- Editorial: More Obstacles to Transparency
- Better Training, More Technology
In April 2013, 93 Centreville homes sold between $880,000-$128,300.
Centreville Home Sales: April, 2013
In April 2013, 15 homes sold between $575,000-$70,000 in the Chantilly area.
Chantilly Home Sales: April, 2013
Chargers senior Unterkofler scores game-high four goals.
The Chantilly boys' lacrosse team will host Yorktown in the Northern Region quarterfinals.
Bulldogs beat defending champion Oakton in overtime.
The Westfield girls' lacrosse team will host Stone Bridge tonight in the Northern Region quarterfinals.
Molina Healthcare honors local residents for making a difference in the community.
In the 1980s, Vienna resident John Horejsi and a “ragtag” group of social justice pioneers learned that Virginia was charging sales tax on food stamps. They discovered the sales tax boosted the state’s coffers by $9.5 million every year, money that they believed belonged to poor families for food or other necessary items.