Farming Out Prostitutes, Silver Line News, Hitched Cyclists, Scottish Walk, Sink Hole and a $6,000 Christmas Tree

Plus, dangerous raccoons and highway robbery.

A march, in December, to remember. (Patch photo by Drew Hansen.)
A march, in December, to remember. (Patch photo by Drew Hansen.)
By Todd Richissin

Sick of the weather? Same here. In fact, you'll see no more mention of it in this space, our daily digest of news from around our Patches in Virginia and Washington, DC.

Instead, let's lead with something far more pleasing: Good people doing something good for a good cause. Read about that, and more, below.

$6,000 Christmas Tree: Event Raises Funds For Children's Cancer Center

Large Sink Hole Shuts Down Hummer Road in Annandale

Manassas Cellist Leads First-Ever Air Force Band Flash Mob 

New Noodles & Company Opens

Two Teens Charged in Shooting Death

Feeling Sick? No Appointment Needed at This New Fairfax Clinic

Pride of Herndon Marching Band Coming Home from Hawaii 'Grand Champions'

Op-Ed: High School Disenfranchisement? Young Democrats Should Not Be Excluded from Caucuses

Fredericksburg Police Identify Suspect in November 24 Homicide

Report: Silver Line Delays Due to Automatic Train Control Software Issues

A Scottish Walk to RememberNo Charges in Fatal Pedestrian Accident

Del Ray Honors Nancy Dunning with Annual Tree Lighting

Animal Control Officials Warn Pet Owners: Raccoon Found to Have Canine Distemper

Woman Robbed at Gunpoint on Richmond Highway

Police: Man Assaulted, Robbed, While on Morning Walk

Virginia Law Allows Judges to Confine Prostitutes to Farm

Del. Bob Marshall Wants to Talk to You: Community Meeting Planned for Dec. 11 


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