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Statement by U.Va. student Hannah Graham’s parents

John and Sue Graham of Fairfax County spoke Sunday about their missing daughter.

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Missing U-Va. student’s father: ‘This is every parent’s worst nightmare’

(T. Rees Shapiro / TWP)

Jesse Matthew, the man believed to be the last to see Hannah Graham, was charged with reckless driving.

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An inclusive vision of dance

(Jim Barnes / FTWP)

Gainesville Ballet has launched a class designed specifically for children with special needs.

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Prince William County adopt a pet

(Prince William County Animal Shelter / Prince William County Animal Shelter)

Mada is a 1-year-old domestic shorthair. Wally is 2-year-old found as a stray.

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Prince William County news in brief

Bluebird bus tours planned; deadlines set for absentee voting; household hazardous waste tips.

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Prince William County sports announcements

Players of all ages and officials are sought for activities including baseball, football and lacrosse.

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Prince William County health calendar

Health-related events and support group meetings are scheduled in the coming week.

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Prince William County community calendar

Manassas Latino Festival, PWC Farms Tour, Haymarket Quilt Show, and Chili Cook-off are scheduled.

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Heritages’s Kelati leaves her mark

(John McDonnell / The Washington Post)

CROSS-COUNTRY | Eritrean immigrant Weini Kelati wins the Oatlands Invitational with time to spare; Loudoun Valley’s Andrew Hunter takes the boys’ title.

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Police name person of interest in hunt for missing U-Va. student

(AP)

Police said they believe the man was the last to see Graham before she disappeared early in the morning last Saturday.

 

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Popular Woodson High coach Derrick Pearson hired, then un-hired as baseball coach

After the school principal overruled his athletic director, the school district reversed the decision and un-hired Pearson.

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Update: Reston’s Ayrton Climo, out of a coma, is headed home from Canada

Badly injured in a kart-racing crash, his insurance company finally agrees to transport him back to the U.S.

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At last, a new Fairfax police and fire headquarters is in sight (in 2017)

After many years of enduring the collapsing Massey Building, the Fairfax police and fire departments broke ground on a new headquarters.

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Future bleak for the Loudoun Hounds? Lawsuits say yes, owner Bob Farren says no

Offices are closed, lawsuits are flying, but Hounds owner says he can still pull off baseball in Ashburn.

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