Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Sunday, September 25.
*Records illuminate Senate hopeful Allen’s energy connections (Better late than never for the Post; I reported on this in December 2010!)
*Bay’s restoration makes environmental, economic sense
*Jeff E. Schapiro: Farrell takes to the political stage
*Braddock District Debate Turns Heated (see the video I shot to the right; since when does the debate host and timekeeper — in this case Republican/Cook supporter Denny D’Alelio — call one of the candidates in the debate a “jerk” in the middle of the debate?!?)
*Live Blog: Cook, Oleszek and Campbell Debate
*Bulova for Fairfax chairman
*How would you use $1 billion to create jobs for the poor?
*Justin Verlander: Goochland pitching star now ‘King of Detroit’
*Virginia Beach candidates get set for quick campaign
*Alito in Va. for Regent University private event (Alito at Regent? Why is this not surprising?)
*Dismal Swamp still burns despite rain
*Senator Mark Warner: Region Needs New Potomac River Bridge (absolutely, 100% wrong – this will only lead to more sprawl, environmental destruction, gasoline consumption, and pollution; the answer is transit and smart growth)
*Tysons Corner: The building of an American city