John T. “Til” Hazel Jr., a major force behind the development of Tysons Corner and several Fairfax County planned communities, died March 16 at age 91. An Arlington native, Hazel
Hazel was force behind 1960s development of Tysons Corner
John T. “Til” Hazel Jr., a major force behind the development of Tysons Corner and several planned communities in Fairfax County in the late 20th century, as well as a
The iconic fall 1970 photo of Virginia Gov. Linwood Holton escorting his daughter Tayloe to majority-Black John F. Kennedy High School is the enduring image of the Republican governor’s term.
Yokum was there for 59 years.
Jean Yokum, the longtime president and CEO of Langley Federal Credit Union, died Thursday, the credit union announced. She was 90. She served as the president and CEO for 33 years,
Chairman, founder of Peterson Cos. led development of National Harbor
Real estate developer Milton V. Peterson, founder and chairman of the Fairfax-based Peterson Cos., died early Wednesday at his Fairfax County home at the age of 85. Peterson was known
Remembered for bipartisanship and military support during 30-year Senate career
Former U.S. Sen. John W. Warner III, who died Tuesday at the age of 94 in Alexandria, was remembered Wednesday as a principled, patriotic and bipartisan politician who was one
Virginia female lawyers, lawmakers reflect on Ruth Bader Ginsburg's legacy
RICHMOND, Va. — Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death is being mourned by the country, and in Virginia, female lawyers and legislators are reflecting on her legacy. Some called her a