Sitemap - 2020 - Braddock Buzz

The Wakefield Weekly Christmas Lights Tour - TJ drops admissions test, adopts “holistic review” -  McLaughlin, School Board vote to extend Brabrand’s contract

Jennifer Mack column: How to make your home warm and cozy this winter

Woodson teachers decry Covid safety conditions - Basketball tryouts begin today - County unveils latest zMOD proposal

Jennifer Mack column: It’s harder than ever to buy in the Wakefield area

Walkinshaw knocks “whipsaw nature” of FCPS decision-making - Canterbury Woods ES featured on WJLA - Woodson raises funds for weight room renovation

Jennifer Mack column: The state of the U.S. housing market heading into 2021

Multiple Covid-19 cases at Woodson - Kindergartners to begin concurrent learning this week - WFES seeks classroom monitors, substitutes

Jennifer Mack column: Pandemic fuels surge in home improvement projects

Woodson to participate in concurrent learning pilot - Haunted Woods of Ilda to return next year - Seventeen families sue to reverse TJ admissions changes

Jennifer Mack column: Will a change in presidential administrations impact real estate?

Halloween in a time of pandemic - County debuts Oak Hill virtual tour - Early voting shatters records

Jennifer Mack column: Should I wait until after the holidays to list my home?

Truro comes together to repair basketball court vandalism - Oak Hill virtual tour to debut Nov. 1 - Trail detours and closure to start next month in Wakefield Park

Jennifer Mack column: Questions to answer before purchasing a vacation property

Enrollment drops at elementary schools in Wakefield - School Board divided on phase-in of ‘concurrent’ learning - Wakefield rock band to hold outdoor concert

Jennifer Mack column: Is the Wakefield market cooling off?

News Alert: Audrey Moore closed following burglary, vandalism

Family on Holborn fights to keep treehouse - School Board eliminates TJ admissions test - Hackers post personal info of FCPS students, employees

Jennifer Mack column: Will the housing inventory situation improve?

Chapel Precinct officer: This election “will be like no other” - FCPS to begin phased reopening - Bond referendums include several Wakefield-area projects

Jennifer Mack column: The latest trends in home design

FCPS enrollment down 4% from projection - Brabrand wants to eliminate TJ admissions test - School Board’s McLaughlin opposes TJ proposal

Jennifer Mack column: Is it time to turn your walk-in closet into a work-from-home office?

Bicyclist killed by falling tree near Accotink Trail - Park Authority updates residents on Long Branch Stream Valley Trail maintenance

Jennifer Mack column: The importance of accurate pricing

Wakefield Forest renovation design unveiled

FCPS enrollment declines, leading to concerns over state funding and teaching positions

FCPS enrollment declines - Woodson, Annandale principals discuss funding, attendance concerns - Cinema Arts Theater resumes movie showings

News alert: Four vehicles stolen Monday night in Canterbury Woods

Canterbury Woods hosts 12th annual triathlon

Canterbury Woods triathlon results - WFES enrollment declines - Registration opens today for in-school childcare

Trash petition organizer responds to Walkinshaw - Dominion plans 15 underground projects in Wakefield zip code

Temporary DICK’S outlet opens in Fair City Mall

Car larcenies have doubled since 2018 - Wakefield-area mom answers the call for more school-age childcare - Temporary DICK'S outlet opens in Fair City Mall

Special edition: Megan McLaughlin discusses contentious School Board meeting - School sports delayed until December

Bear sightings have quadrupled since 2018 - Canterbury Woods to host 12th annual triathlon - Annandale resident killed in shooting

Nearly two-thirds of Woodson students set to attend in-person - FCPS is 'prepared to pivot' - Scout on the Circle welcomes first residents

Majority of parents, teachers opt for in-person learning - An interview with School Board Rep Megan McLaughlin - Band practice in a time of pandemic

Parents face daunting return-to-school decision - Walkinshaw signals support for Canterbury Woods trash petition - WCRA tennis lessons see spike in enrollment

Canterbury Woods votes for county trash collection - Vandalism at Woodson HS - Area pools set to open for free swim

Cinema Arts Theater prepares for Phase 3 reopening - Fairfax City Council to vote on controversial Northfax West development - County supervisors to approve five-year infrastructure plan

School Board student rep: 'I don’t want Robert E. Lee on my diploma' - Bear spotted throughout Braddock District - Pools open to 50 guests at a time

Fed-up Canterbury Woods residents petition for county trash collection - Fairfax County police officer charged with assault - Northern Virginia to remain in Phase 1, for now

Woodson bids farewell to seniors - Area pools take different approaches to Phase 1 reopening - An interview with Peet’s Coffee District Leader Will Crawford

Wakefield Forest renovation remains on schedule - Little Free Library owners see uptick in interest - Camelot deck fire under investigation

Truro comes together for socially distanced parade - Local swim teams mull options after NVSL cancels season - PTA fundraising grinds to a halt

NVSL cancels 2020 swim season - Camelot pool plans "limited" opening Memorial Day weekend - Cary Fichtner-Vu says Wakefield remains a seller’s market - Annandale nonprofit gets budget boost

Welcome to the second edition of Wakefield Weekly - WCRA President Brad Otto discusses summer pool season - Woodson football standouts profiled by college recruiting site

Wakefield residents capture photos of Blue Angels, Thunderbirds

Welcome to the first edition of Wakefield Weekly - Local food bank sees triple its usual demand - Woodson named sixth-best high school in Virginia - Sting operation nabs 30 alleged sexual predators

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