Route 1 Dispatches: Kits, Not Kittens and a New Football Coach
Catch up with this week's top headlines from the Route 1 corridor.
From Huntington-Belle Haven Patch:
Jeremiah Davis, a former defensive lineman and 2004 Penn State graduate, has been named the new football coach for the West Potomac Wolverines. Davis comes to West Potomac from his alma mater, Annandale High School.
A man threw beer at a bus driver on a Fairfax Connector bus while it was stopped at the intersection of Lockheed Boulevard and Richmond Highway on April 25, according to police.
From Fort Hunt Patch:
The Talberts of Fort Hunt took care of kittens…or so they thought. The “kittens,” Phineas and Ferb, were actually baby foxes, or kits.
The McCutcheon-Mount Vernon Farmers Market opened on Wednesday. The market runs through November.
From Mount Vernon Patch:
Police have located 12-year-old Ashlie Mae O'Brien, who was reported missing from the Mount Vernon area on April 27.
Eleven-year-old Beth Pyles has organized a one-mile fun run at Riverside Estates to benefit Alice’s Kids, a new charity helping local kids in need.