Route 1 Dispatches: Community Champion Honored, Judging Needlework and More
A roundup this week's top headlines from the Route 1 corridor.
Huntington-Belle Haven Patch:
A Hybla Valley woman has been arrested in conjunction with a fatal road rage incident that occurred on May 4. Police have charge Gloria Alfreda McMillan, 32, of Hybla Valley with a felony hit and run that left a 21-year-old woman dead Friday on Harrison Lane in Groveton.
The former owner of Crossed Canoes in Belle View is one of three judges for the 49th Annual Woodlawn Needlework Exhibition, which opens today.
Fort Hunt Patch:
Mount Vernon-area resident Louise Cleveland has been recognized for her volunteer efforts with the Community Champion award from Volunteer Fairfax.
Costco Wholesale will make numerous road improvements around the Richmond Highway and Ladson Lane intersection before its Richmond Highway location opens in 2013.
Mount Vernon Patch:
Mount Vernon High School administrators are seeking input from students, staff, and the community regarding the installation of interior surveillance cameras. MVHS will host a meeting this Monday, May 14 at 6:30 p.m. to provide more information and solicit community feedback.
Local outreach organization Progreso Hispano has changed its name to Progreso Literacy and Citizenship Center to better reflect its services and the diverse immigrant population they serve.