By Todd Richissin
Patch has 31 sites in Virginia and Washington. Here are some of the top stories from around the region over the past week.
Revenge porn? Yes, revenge porn. See what that involves.
The year-long Ballston LaunchPad Challenge started with more than 225 entrepreneurs and startups and ended with not one, but two winners. See who won and for what.
Acting on a reader tip, McLean Patch was able to confirm a November shooting that left a 31-year-old woman dead.
You can cook and have a business sense? Read this.
Witnesses describe the moments before impact.
When will we have official winners?
As one reader commented, “I had to see my alma mater's reputation sullied because of one stupid capitulation to violence.” One of the more blatant fouls you’ll ever see.
See the painting. It’s something.
When the family viewed the body, something was very wrong.
See the plans.
See the full rankings.
And what are the horse’s retirement plans?
Authorities are seeking help finding a 37-year-old man who went missing Tuesday.
Oh, boy. Really?
Nobody involved wanted to see her get jail time.
Armed to the teeth.
Police promise to never put this case on the shelf.
How many seats?