Patch has 32 sites in communities in Va. and D.C. Here are some of the top posts from the past week.
New Restaurant With ‘Huge Bar’ Opens In NoVa: Report
A Northern Virginia neighborhood just got a new 130-seat restaurant that features, among other things, a “huge bar,” according to a report.
Man Sexually Abused Child On Metro Train: Police
A man is accused of groping a child while riding on the Metro as it traveled between stations, police say.
1 Local Pizzeria Among 101 Best Pizza Joints In US: Daily Meal
The Daily Meal released its list of the “101 Best Pizzas in America” recently, and restaurants from 30 states made the cut, including one from our area.
Active Winter Storm Pattern Predicted For NoVA, DC: AccuWeather
As horrible as the Washington, D.C., region is at coping with snow on the roads, ice is even worse, and this winter could be wet and icy, according to the latest prediction. A new, long-range winter weather forecast has been released by Accuweather.com and it’s predicting a stormy winter for the Northeast, which the weather service says includes the Washington metro.
Man Leaves Toddler In Dumfries Hotel Room, Flees Officers: Police
Manassas McDonald’s Burglar Arrested: Prince William Police
Virginia Schools With the Best and Worst Graduation Rates
VCU Health To Halt Patient Lawsuits, Boost Aid
VA, DC’s Most Popular Halloween Costume Via Google Search
Motorcyclist Dies After Collision On Fairfax County Parkway
Santa Train Tickets Beginning To Sell Out In Alexandria
Haunted House Guide For Northern Virginia, DC In 2019
Police Investigating Fatal Pedestrian Crash In Woodbridge
VDOT Proposes Ideas To Reduce Congestion On Interstate 95: Report
Columbus Day Holiday Weekend 2nd Deadliest On NoVA, DC Roads
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- Former reporter at Miami Herald
- Studied at Stanford University
- Went to Finlay DR Carlos J Elementary School
- Lives in Washington, District of Columbia
- From Miami, Florida
Is a national and foreign correspondent based in D.C. She files investigative reports and covers breaking news on a range of topics, including corruption, police shootings, etc. Before joining the TimWorld in 2018, she worked at the Miami Herald. She was a John S. Knight fellow at Stanford University.