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Northern Virginia has seen tremendous growth since 2000, and one local economist attributes the growth to government jobs.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell tells WTOP he is ready to offer perks to convince Northrop Grumman to relocate to Virginia.
The redistricting plan for both the state House and Senate approved by the General Assembly will create a large number of split voting precincts in Northern Virginia.
A number of Virginia lawmakers discussed proposed solutions at a transportation forum in Herndon on Thursday, but admitted there is little consensus on any of them.
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A new biomedical research lab that could someday cure a disease or create a biological weapon defense is already starting to pay off for the region's economy.
Under a new law, parents of Northern Virginia teenagers will need to head back to school before their children can hit the open road.
Last Thursday, Gainesville firefighters returned from a mission to Haiti where they helped rescue 16 earthquake victims trapped inside rubble over a 14-day period.