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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

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Supervisor Pat Herrity said his first job working at a pool over the summer formed a lot of his work ethic. "First jobs are critical," he said.

new Police: Crash, downed pole shuts down Edsall Rd. for hours

A car crash on Edsall Road in Virginia between Alexandria and Springfield downed a utility pole and sent electrified power lines across the road, Fairfax County police said, forcing them to shut down a stretch of the heavily-driven road for hours.

Interstate Acquires American Red Ball World Wide Movers

Interstate Group Holdings, the Springfield, Virginia-based parent of Interstate Van Lines, has acquired Indianapolis-based American Red Ball World Wide Movers, one of the oldest movers of household goods in the United States. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed, although company officials said the deal represents one of the largest acquisitions ever for Interstate.

Week in Springfield

According to a March 3 release from U.S. Attorney Dana Boente's office Taylor was dealing cocaine from November 2014 until February 2016. He received between one ounce to one kilogram at a time from Hameed Jide Bello in Fort Washington, Maryland.

Springfield makeover satisfies wide-ranging homeowner interests

Northern Virginians love their region's forgiving climate. Yes, the temperatures in March and April can be unpredictable, but with a little focused heat source, an early spring gathering on the deck can be sublime.

Acclaimed Greater Washington Home Remodeler Wins 8th Consecutive Angie's List Super Service Award

The Angie's List SSA is a highly-acclaimed award in the home service industry with strict eligibility requirements. This year, Exterior Medics takes home their eighth SSA for the Roofing and Siding category in the DC market.

Blue, Yellow lines track work begins

Round-the-clock track work significantly cuts Metro train service south of Rosslyn and L'Enfant Plaza through the Pentagon, Reagan National Airport, King Street, Franconia-Springfield and Huntington stations from March 4 through April 1. Metro plans to continue work to replace wooden crossties, fix electrical problems and do other basic rehab projects in the area between Braddock Road and Huntington on the Yellow Line and between Braddock Road and Van Dorn Street on the Blue Line.

Two sets of human remains found in Fairfax park

Fairfax County Police Chief Edwin C. Roessler Jr. said that the bodies were discovered late Thursday night in Holmes Run Park and have been transferred to the state medical examiner for autopsy and identification. Roessler said the department's gang unit had received a tip that bodies were buried in the park.

new 2 sets of human remains found in Fairfax Co. park after search

Police in Fairfax County say they have found two sets of human remains in Holmes Run Park after a tip to authorities sparked a two-day search of the area. Homicide detectives, cadaver-sniffing dogs and a search-and-rescue team began combing through the sprawling park, south of Bailey's Crossroads in Lincolnia, Virginia, on Wednesday after police received what they called a credible tip.

Legion helps veterans become entrepreneurs

About 30 transitioning veterans and servicemembers attended a Boots to Business Reboot Workshop Feb. 24 at the Washington Hilton Hotel in Washington, D.C., where they learned about fundamental tools and strategies for launching a start-up business. Charles McCaffrey, director of the Veterans Business Outreach Center at Community Business Partnership based in Springfield, Va., led the one-day workshop during The American Legion's Washington Conference.

PE-backed Salient CRGT completes Information Innovators

Salient CRGT Inc has closed its previously announced acquisition of Springfield, Virginia-based Information Innovators Inc , a provider of solutions and services to IT and health-focused clients across the federal government. No financial terms were disclosed.

AV Field Technician - Springfield, VA | SmartSource Computer & AV Rentals

SmartSource Computer & Audio Visual Rentals, the largest of its kind nationwide, provides audio visual equipment, large LED displays, digital signage, digital document library, lead retrieval, registration, computers, printers, copiers, servers, and a wide range of other technology to companies requiring rentals from one day to three months. With 21 offices nationwide, SmartSource Rentals is the industry leader.

new Fairfax Co. picks new police review board

It is one of the reforms sparked by the 2013 shooting death of John Geer at his Springfield, Virginia, home by a county police officer who later pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter. The board will complement the role of the county's new independent police auditor Richard Schott, who was named Feb. 14 and is scheduled to begin work April 17. While the independent auditor will be responsible for reviewing any officer-involved shootings or in-custody deaths, the board will have the authority to look into citizen complaints of police misconduct involving abusive language, discrimination or reckless endangerment of a detainee.

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