WMATA’s SafeTrack Surge #8, which affects the Blue Line from Franconia-Springfield to Van Dorn Street, will start on Saturday, Aug. 27 and end on Sunday, Sept. 11, with additional weekend line segment shutdowns, including Labor Day weekend.
Virginia students again outperformed their peers nationwide by significant margins on the ACT this year as the number of the commonwealth’s high school seniors taking the college-readiness examination continued to grow.
NAI KLNB has brokered the sale of a two-story 35,000 square foot warehouse building in Alexandria, Virginia for $6.075 million. Josh Simon, principal with NAI KLNB represented the seller, Avanti Real Estate Group. The buyer, Saxa Realty Group, LLC was self-represented in this transaction.
Metro Transit Police, the District of Columbia and Arlington County will conduct a full-scale response drill Sunday, Aug. 28, on the Yellow Line Bridge that will allow emergency personnel to practice the evacuation of a train during a simulated derailment. Yellow Line service will be suspended between the L’Enfant Plaza and Pentagon stations from 8:30 a.m. until approximately 2:00 p.m.
Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced that he and his team have begun restoring the civil rights of former Virginia felons in compliance with an order by the Virginia Supreme Court. He has already restored the rights of nearly 13,000 Virginians who had previously registered to vote before the court’s ruling stripped them of their rights.
T. C. Williams High School had 69 dual-enrollment students who made the Dean’s List at Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA). The dual enrollment program enables students to simultaneously earn high school credits and college credits through NOVA.