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Ellie Ashford
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We’re taking a break
The Annandale Blog is taking a little vacation. Check back later.
We should be up and running again by May 27 or so. 

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Get in shape now for the Taste of Annandale 5K
The start of the Taste of Annandale 5K in 2016. Plans are shaping up for the Taste of Annandale 5K, to take place Saturday, Oct. 14, the opening event of the third annual Taste of Annandale . The race starts at the Kmart on John Marr Drive at 10 a.m. The co...

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Lineup set for concerts in the park
A summer concert at Mason District Park. The lineup has been set for the free  Spotlight by Starlight concerts   at Mason
District Park and Ossian Hall Park.  The  shows are part of the summer entertainment series in parks
throughout Fairfax County. The con...

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Fire damages mattress store
A two-alarm fire heavily damaged the Mattress Overstock
store at 5912 Leesburg Pike in Bailey’s Crossroads Friday afternoon, the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department reports. Units from the Alexandria
and Arlington fire departments assisted. [Photos fr...

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Bailey's Crossroads redevelopment in the works
This property, seen from Moncure Avenue, is slated for redevelopment. The Weissberg Co.
is going ahead with a rezoning application for a 7.4-acre property at Columbia
Pike and Moncure Avenue in Bailey’s Crossroads, even though it has not yet
secured a devel...

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Youth art inspires dialogue on community
Students display the art they created in the Youth Re-Imagining Community initiative. “Most people think we’re different, but we’re all human.” That’s the message Susy Virgas, a 9th-grader at Falls
Church High School, wanted to convey with her artwork – and...

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Youth art inspires dialogue on community
Students with the art they created in the Youth Re-Imagining Community initiative. “Most people think we’re different, but we’re all human.” That’s the message Susy Virgas, a 9th-grader at Falls
Church High School, wanted to convey with her artwork – and it...

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