Room Store of Richmond, which operates 65 furniture stores in six states, emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization. The company said its former parent, Heilig-Meyers, was also its largest creditor and will hold about 67 percent of its new common stock.

ManTech International of Fairfax, a defense and intelligence agency contractor, named Richard L. Armitage, a former deputy secretary of state and assistant defense secretary, to its board of directors.

Millennium Bankshares of Reston agreed to buy Albemarle First Bank of Charlottesville for about $29 million in cash and stock. The combined bank would have about $550 million in assets and 10 branches, with plans to build three more.

SRA International of Fairfax agreed to acquire Galaxy Scientific of Egg Harbor Township, N.J., a privately held provider of systems engineering to federal agencies, for undisclosed terms.

McKesson BioServices of Rockville, a provider of biological specimens and clinical trial materials, is to be sold by its parent, McKesson, to Fisher Scientific for about $60 million under an agreement reached last week.

Computer Forensic Group of Germantown has been acquired by LanpherWilson, a Reston consulting firm, for terms that were not disclosed. LanpherWilson said some of its resources and the acquired company have been combined in a wholly owned "digital investigations" company, called Turiss, that will investigate computer crime for government and private clients.

Educate of Baltimore is offering online tutoring for its after-school Sylvan Learning Centers and for its Catapult Learning division, which provides in-school tutoring. Both promise "live interactive tutoring sessions" with teachers.