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Despite being in the north-central area of Virginia, Springfield happens to be a suburb of Washington, D.C. In 1881, the Moore post office in Springfield was renamed the Garfield post office in honor of the late President James Garfield, who was assassinated in September of that same year. In 1950, the area had about 1,000 residents, but as of 2010, the city boasted a population of over 30,000 people.

Population: 31329
Local Newspapers: Springfield Connection Washington Post
Local Sports Teams: Washington Redskins Washington Nationals
Local Colleges: University of Northern Virginia

Zip Codes associated with springfield, virginia: 22015 22150 22151 22152 22153
Towns/Cities near springfield, virginia : Franconia Newington Annandale Liconia Burke Alexandria

Springfield News
CUs, staff meet with Mnuchin at Treasury today on CU issues

Representatives from several NAFCU-member credit unions with the association's Dan Berger and Carrie Hunt will meet with Treasury Department Secretary Steven Mnuchin on issues of importance to credit unions, including tax reform, housing, lending and regulatory relief. NAFCU member representatives attending include Richard L. Harris, NAFCU Board chair and president and CEO of Caltech Employees Federal Credit Union ; Jan N. Roche, NAFCU Board member and president and CEO of State Department Federal Credit Union ; and Lynette Smith, president and CEO of Washington Gas Light Federal Credit Union .

Virginia ranks fifth in the U.S. in number of Inc. companies

Two hundred ninety Virginia companies made the Inc. 5000 list of the nation's fastest-growing companies. The Old Dominion ranked fifth among the states in terms of the number of companies on the annual list compiled by Inc. magazine.

Jose Llana, an actor in a regal role whoa s whistling a happy tune

It's a magic elixir, acclaim is, and from the first sip of it, Jose Llana was made tipsy with delight. His initial brush with renown happened in first grade, at Garfield Elementary School on Old Keene Mill Road in Springfield, where the teachers chose him to sing "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" for the school, to commemorate Presidents' Day.

GSA and FBI Promise Senators New Plan for Headquarters Consolidation

Senators from both sides of the aisle on Wednesday challenged hearing witnesses about the General Services Administration's surprise decision last month to abandon the decade-plus-long effort to find a new Washington headquarters site so the FBI can move out of the decaying J. Edgar Hoover building. They raised questions of waste, unusual decision-making under acting agency leaders and the Trump administration's policy of responding to congressional oversight information requests only from the majority-party.

5.11 Retail Store Opens in Springfield

David and Mia Whiteman of Clinton, Md., received a gift card worth $511 for being the first in line during the 5.11 grand opening. They camped out in front of the store for 24 hours to get their position in line.

Pay It Forward with Candy Bars Goes Viral at West Springfield

It was part of her and fellow student Rodney Wrice's effort last year to spread positive vibes around that grew into something they never imagined. Through the power of the Internet, teenage idealism, and candy bars with positive messages, the students' plan grew into a school-wide feeling of togetherness and a video by Mars Candy thrusting Wever and Wrice into a nationwide 3 MUSKETEERS #ThrowShine campaign.

a One local hhgregg replacement? Your one-stop Halloween shop.

It's not a permanent replacement, but at least one shuttered hhgregg in the D.C. area will turn into a seasonal store come fall: Spirit Halloween, the answer to all your Halloween costume and decor needs.

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