- ‘Taste of Teeter’
- ‘We Owed that to the Victim’
- Expo Highlights Trademarks
- Holiday Food Drive For Needy Families
- McLean Hotspur Green Wins New Jersey Tournament
- Carter, Zanellato Keep Madison Volleyball Undefeated
- Andrejev Leads Langley Volleyball Team
- Robinson's Freeman Wins Matchup of Standout Goalkeepers
- QB Holland Carries Titans to Victory
- Need Right Place for Lights
- Examining Senator’s Record
- Speak Up for Public Safety
- What’s Best For Students?
- Letter to the Editor: Moving Country Forward
- Preparing for Election Day, Nov. 4
- Vihstadt Fights To Keep Seat
- Facing Off in County Board Rematch
- New Election Proposals Considered
- FCPS Audit Committee Grows, New Positions Added
Crowds flock to opening of Harris Teeter in Old Town.
Deborah Henderson stood for hours cheerfully answering questions and directing shoppers to the proper aisles as hundreds of residents turned out for the “Taste of Teeter” night Oct. 21 to celebrate the long-awaited opening of Old Town’s Harris Teeter grocery store.
Police charge Jesse Matthew with 2005 Fairfax crimes.
The wheels of justice may turn slowly – but, apparently, they keep on turning. And now, nine years after a young Fairfax woman was attacked in her own neighborhood by an unknown assailant, a suspect has been charged with the crime.
A car crash in Chantilly last week took the life of a 27-year-old Sterling man. Fairfax County police identified him as Jordan Douglas. The tragedy occurred last Wednesday, Oct. 15, shortly before 5 p.m.
T-Markey greeted visitors in the Dulaney Gardens arriving to tour the annual U.S. Patent and Trademark (USPTO) Expo in Alexandria last weekend. T-Markey is the official USPTO mascot.
Teaming Up To Help Needy
The holidays are almost here, with all the joy of family gatherings and tasty meals around the table.