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“Rock, Paper, Scissors” Torpedo Factory artist and photographer Greg Knott dies at 49 — “Greg Knott will be remembered for his passion, his artistry, his sense of humor, and how much he loved his family and his children. He was usually the ‘only dad’ at too-many-to-count girl scout camping trips.” [Zebra]

Girl Scouts bring back in-person cookie sales — “In Association 60, which encompasses Arlington and Alexandria, there are about 305 troops and 3,085 kids. The sales are a huge fundraiser for the Girl Scouts, with 85 cents from each box going to the troops.” [ARLnow]

Far bluer than ever, Northern Virginia confronts its shrunken influence in a split General Assembly — “In recent years, the state legislators who came here from Northern Virginia managed to go back home with plenty to brag about… In 2022, it’s looking like a very different story.” [Washington Post]

Recent Stories

A last-minute disagreement between city staff and developers of a new development in Carlyle raised concerns about fairness in the city’s development process. There was little indication before the City…

Alexandria Hyundai has been taking up space on three blocks of Mount Vernon Avenue for 21 years, and owner Kevin Reilly is submitting a plan to be able to stay…

Bonaventure has released its second concept design for its mixed use shopping center proposal for 2525 Mount Vernon Avenue in the middle of Del Ray. Bonaventure made a few big…

(Updated 11:30 a.m.) Three arrests have been made in an attempting carjacking in Potomac Yard on Friday that left one dead and another injured. Police said that Jordan Poteat, an…

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