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Hearing set on plan to move Moncure school — TThe Stafford Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing Tuesday to discuss rezoning land for the relocation and rebuilding of Anne E. Moncure Elementary. [Fredericksburg.com]
Democrat Bolger drops out of 10th Congressional District race — Richard Bolger, a Fairfax attorney, announced today he is suspending his campaign for the Democratic nomination to succeed the retiring Frank Wolf ( R ) in Virginia’s 10th Congressional District. [Loudoun Times]
Virginia scooter, moped drivers must be registered come July — As the days grow warmer and longer, peninsula drivers likely will see more mopeds and scooters on city and county roads. [Daily Press]
Fight to save Virginia hemlocks takes new tack — A beetle the size of a single grain of rice is the latest best hope for hemlocks in the Southeast that have been felled by the millions by an invasive bug. [Virginian Pilot]
Proposal to keep Lorton landfill open longer causes a rare rift among Fairfax supervisors — In other words, there is still money to be made from construction companies who need a place to dump their debris. [Washington Post]
Want to check out the Cherry Blossom Festival? Here’s how! — The biggest tip we can offer blossom seekers is don’t drive. More than 1.5 million people are expected to visit the Washington region during the National Cherry Blossom Festival. [Washington Post]Send news and photos to Potomac Local
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