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Hundreds of middle and high school girls lined up to enter Rock Ridge High School Monday morning, less than a week after summer break began for most of them.
America is a nation built on sacrifice. From the Founding Fathers, who in the Declaration of Independence concluded our founding document by pledging “…our Lives, our Fortunes, and our sacred Honor”, to those soldiers who are fighting against the current terrorist threat today, Americans have stood together in the fight for freedom.
Barbara Comstock was an intern for Senator Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts when she realized she might be a Republican.
On Friday, Fairfax County Police Chief Edwin C. Roessler Jr., in conjunction with U.S. Representative Barbara Comstock (R-Dist. 10), Loudoun County Sheriff Mike Chapman, Leesburg Police Chief Joseph R. Price, Virginia State Police Captain James DeFord, and representatives from the DEA and FBI announced the formation of a regional Heroin Operations Team (HOT) in Northern Virginia.
U.S. Rep. Barbara Comstock, R-10th District, in conjunction with Loudoun County Sheriff Mike Chapman, joined Fairfax County Police Chief Edwin Roessler Jr., Leesburg Police Chief Joseph Price, Virginia State Police Capt. James DeFord, representatives from the DEA and FBI, State Sen.
A new task force to fight the growing heroin epidemic in Northern Virginia will investigate ways to prevent and treat addiction.
Congresswoman Barbara Comstock (Va.-10th) announced Thursday that her office will soon be accepting applications for its Summer 2015 Session of the 10th Congressional District Young Women Leadership Program.
Inspired by the book and TED Talk by Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, Barbara Comstock launched the Young Women’s Leadership Program three years ago as a Virginia state delegate to urge middle and high school girls to be courageous enough to meet their full potential.
U.S. Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-Va.-10th) was among the roughly 100 lawmakers in Selma, Ala., last weekend to commemorate the 50th anniversary of “Bloody Sunday,” the 1965 Civil Rights protest that turned gruesome and awakened the nation to the horrors of hate and racism in the South.
The Woodbridge 17-year-old has a resume that would rival anyone twice his age: founder of a digital currency exchange, freelance journalist, IT consultant, “sonochemical” research intern.