By Greg Hambrick
Patch has 31 sites in Virginia and Washington. Here are some of the top stories from around the region over the past week.
Museum was rocking to “Joy to the World” jam. And there’s video, which has nearly 2 million views so far.
Body recovered earlier this year in cold case.
Vehicle strikes deer, deer lands on jogger.
Man held at gunpoint, tied up and robbed after meeting woman online.
He was on the FBI's Top-Ten Most Wanted List for a year.
Darth Vader in a kilt, and in the Christmas spirit.
Previous efforts to allow limited deer hunting in the city to control the population failed.
The man died last week as the result of injuries received in a car accident in November.
Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar is opening up a location in the spring.
Chantilly-based nonprofit HomeAid Northern Virginia renovated 14 properties for the area’s homeless this year, benefiting 250.
Friends of Robert Atkins were making final arrangements last week for the late civic and community activist.
A principal figure in the city’s modern course and history passed away Tuesday.
Laura Hoyler never really understood what it meant for families of children enduring childhood cancer.
Arrest after fight at Sterling restaurant.
Four area schools competed in the event Dec. 4. Was your school involved?
Members of the Rotary Club of Lake Ridge spotted ringing the Salvation Army’s red kettle bells.
Chicken chain and sushi had been rumored, but Coal Fire Pizza will open in Rolling Valley Mall.
Bike hitches a bicycle- and pedestrian friendly measure.
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