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Patch has 32 locations in communities in Northern Virginia and Washington, DC. Here are some of the top posts from the past week related to efforts to rename highways named after Confederate generals and other topics.

Bunnyman Brewing mixes beer with urban legend in Burke

Locals may be familiar with a variation on the urban legend of Bunnyman that involves a person in a rabbit suit with a hatchet or ax. A common variant is the Bunny Man Bridge on Colchester Road in Clifton. But a more accurate version, identified through research by a historian, suggests that the true origin was around Guinea Road in the Burke / Fairfax area in the 1970s. These urban legend forests are next to a new store named after the Bunny Man.

Gastronom is fighting food insecurity, one refrigerator at a time

Mark Bucher, co-owner of Medium Rare, is breaking new ground to fight hunger.

MS-13 gang member turns 30 for killing a 16 year old

A Virginia gang member was sentenced to 30 years in federal prison under an agreement related to his role in the murder of a 16-year-old boy who was stabbed and cut more than 100 times before his body was set on fire.

Police shot a woman in a dormitory

A 30-year-old Springfield woman who was shot dead Monday night by a Fairfax County police officer and taken to a local hospital has been taken into custody, police said Wednesday.

The body of a Reston man who has been missing for over a year found: police

Fairfax County Police confirmed Friday afternoon that their search and rescue team discovered the skeletal remains of Michael Delaney, 75, in the Sugarland Run area on Wednesday, according to a post on the department’s official Facebook page.

Fake parking violations left on cars in Fairfax City

Fairfax City Police are warning residents to keep an eye out for fraudulent parking violations left on the windshields of some vehicles parked in the city, according to a post on the department’s official Twitter account. The notices are fake and can be ignored.

Fairfax officers on indecent liberties with minor charges

A grand jury on Monday indicted former Fairfax County police officer John Grimes on three counts of unsolicited sexual contact with a minor. According to the police, the sexual contact took place while Grimes was in a supervisory relationship with the 16-year-old victim.

LGBTQIA + Group receives apology from Fairfax School Official School

School council member Abrar Omeish apologized for the remarks she made during a phone call on June 21 with members of the Pride Liberation Project, a student-led group advocating for LGBTQIA + youth.

Also worth a look today

  • Riflemen injure two men in Logan Circle as diners take cover
  • Fairfax NAACP laments “false narration” in PTA official’s Outster
  • Coalition petitions to recall Dranesville School board member
  • Little League tournament begins with a parade and ceremony in Vienna
  • Algal bloom on Lake Audubon, monitored by the Reston Association
  • Harmful algal bloom recommendations for parts of Lake Anna
  • Amazon Fresh opens second store in the DC area in Logan Circle
  • Police wanted missing man in Spotsylvania County
  • Dog attack in Dale City injures two: police
  • Olympic Restaurant, Bakery Specials in Alexandria
  • Congressional campaign announced by Supervisor Lawson of Brentsville
  • Second degree murder charges brought against Herndon Man: Updated
  • Clarendon shooting under investigation: police
  • Underground service in NoVA interrupted by an unauthorized person on the tracks
  • Bijan Ghaisar’s parents protest against the appointment of the police chief
  • Arlington Restaurant Inspections: 81 violations in 21 locations
  • Man who jumped on subway tracks faces trespassing charges: police
  • New Leesburg Animal Shelter has a grand opening on July 30th
  • Virginia Cannabis Oversight Board Positions Filled by the Governor
  • Indecent exposure, sexual battery on Wilson Blvd. Investigated
  • Vargas will chair the Fairfax board of directors 2021-22
  • Road traffic incident leads to street fight in Loudoun: Police
  • The converted Bombay Club will reopen in August with new menu items
  • Proud boys leader pleads guilty in the Black Lives Matter banner case
  • Fredericksburg Restaurant Inspections: Violations in 16 locations
  • Woodbridge IRS staff convicted of fraud: US Attorney General
  • Ashburn Restaurant Inspections: Violations in 6 Locations At
  • Restaurant inspections in the Leesburg area: violations at 7 locations
  • Wolf Trap adds five full-capacity shows to its summer concert series
  • Vienna Inn Celebrates National Hot Dog Day with $ 2 Dogs
  • Which DC Companies Got the Biggest Grants, Restaurant Revitalization Funds?
  • A tornado blew up the top of a condo and increased the bad blood
  • Vaccine and food distribution event comes to Sterling on Thursday
  • Armed robbers wanted by the police in Manassas
  • Pet of the Week: Maddie is the calmest dog you will ever meet
  • Little Free Library wants to diversify its books
  • 19th handgun of 2021 confiscated at Reagan National Airport
  • $ 3 million in Route 1 business grants approved by supervisors
  • One hospitalized after a fight in Loudoun County: Police
  • DC shootings are given a special look thanks to the police partnership with ATF
  • New Chief Operating Officer for Reston Hospital begins August 2nd.
  • Indecent exposure incident near Fort Myer investigated by police
  • Crisis Center planned by Prince William County Supervisors
  • Manassas charged with rape: police
  • Attempted robbery, stabbing reported on Holmes Run Trail: Police
  • Around the world, the Cultural Food Festival is moving to Alexandria
  • Vienna-based consultant pays $ 4.8 million for kickback claims
  • Woodbridge Teen is accused of stealing car and escaping from Stafford cops
  • Police shot a woman in a dormitory
  • Boy, 15, missing from Rosslyn area: police report
  • Bands and beers come to Wilson Boulevard in Ballston
  • Save me: Kenzie and Cam, two cats who support each other
  • VA Lottery posts record profits with the introduction of online sales
  • Chuck E. Cheese plans grand reopening in Fredericksburg
  • Firehouse is offering free subs to customers who donate bottled water
  • Taser, pepper spray used by the police to detain the Alexandria man
  • Woman shoots deadly gunman in her Woodbridge home: Police
  • Shots in Bles Park have been reported to the Loudoun Sheriff’s office
  • Donuts near Nats Park: Police are looking for ruthless drivers from Navy Yard
  • Dunkin ‘Foundation donates $ 10,000 to VA Childhood Cancer Charity
  • Muffins sold in Reston 7-Eleven stores are being recalled due to listeria
  • Muffins sold at 7-Eleven, recalls Walmart Stores in Arlingtonton
  • Muffins sold at 7-Eleven, Walmart stores recalled because of listeria
  • Muffins recalled in Herndon 7-Eleven stores due to listeria
  • 2021 Fairfax Redistricting Committee sets first meeting
  • McLean groups at odds over amphitheater in McLean Central Park Central
  • DC, NoVA Weekend Events: Brunch Olympics, Christmas in July
  • Incident with gunfire causes building damage in the old town west
  • Alexandria Adoptable Pet: Titan is a softie at heart
  • Sexual Assault Investigation in Tysons Area
  • Civil Inspectorate Established to Review Arlington Police Department
  • Biden’s visit to the Lubber Run on Friday calls for road closures
  • Little Music Box project proves to be therapeutic for Viennese girls
  • Fredericksburg Police Officer rescued by passers-by in Walmart Lot
  • Fairfax City firefighters respond to mulch fire in County Home
  • Coronavirus gift card scammer fooled Sterling resident
  • New warning period for red light cameras begins in Manassas
  • Manassa’s Livestream Shopping Receives $ 15,000 Grant From Virginia
  • North Carolina man charged with Stafford County pedestrian deaths
  • Food Bank expands warehouse by renting space in Fredericksburg
  • Teenage boy in serious condition after stabbing a knife in Leesburg: police
  • Solarize Fredericksburg simplifies the solar installation process
  • Shooting in Dale City classified as self-defense, no charges: police
  • Prince William County wins new libraries, senior center
  • Checkbook tariffs for moving companies in the DC room
  • Silver Line service adjusted this weekend due to repairs
  • Save me: Dora wants to be friends with you and your cat
  • Ben & Jerry’s celebrate a grand reopening at Fairfax Corner
  • 6 sexual assault charges against former Herndon piano teacher
  • 2 Reston shootings investigated by Fairfax Police
  • Fake parking violations left on cars in Fairfax City
  • Asian Festival on the Main, coming to Fairfax Old Town on Sunday
  • Deceased person found in Huntington Metro, information wanted
  • National Night Out returns to Alexandria in 2021
  • VDOT work on the day to influence Georgetown Pike in McLean
  • 600 e-scooters are coming to Fairfax County as part of the mobility program
  • 3 charges brought against Fairfax Man
  • Appeals process opened for proposed FEMA flood maps in Alexandria

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