Aug. 22-28: Earthquakes, Hurricane Hit Oakton

Bill Cooper earns Republican nomination for sheriff

Northern Virginians received warning earlier this week to , which Gov. Bob McDonnell cautioned could bring in 2003. Flint Hill School sent a note home to parents , which was to begin today, but will now begin Tuesday. For Oakton, the hurricane had calmed to a tropical storm Saturday night and caused little damage, with most residents clearing debris by mid-afternoon Sunday. Other areas in Northern Virginia saw more damage than Oakton.

, with an epicenter near Mineral, briefly interrupted primary elections Tuesday. followed, in Northern Virginia. Read when the earthquake hit.

Bill Cooper in the sheriff's race over Wes Kammerer. He will face incumbent Stan Barry in the general election in November.

A Fairfax County man as part of his juvenile prostitution business. His victims serviced clients all over Northern Virginia, Washington D.C. and Maryland, notably in Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Falls Church and Woodbridge.

Representatives from NewPath Networks about their upcoming proposal for 10 cell nodes for a distributed antennae system in the area of Vale and Fox Mill roads.

Sam Clay, director of Fairfax County Public Libraries, met with to discuss their priorities for the next few years. The audience offered feedback, which often focused on library hours.

John Cochran, 24, an Oakton native and Flint Hill School graduate, will be a

, the challenger to Supervisor Linda Smyth for the Providence District seat.

, the challenger to Chairman of the Board of Supervisors Sharon Bulova.


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