The following incidents were reported by the McLean District Police Station.
Helped launch At Home Alexandria.
The idea was hatched over breakfast at The Royal Restaurant. In 2008, Dick Moose had just read a news article about an organization in Boston called Beacon Hill Village.
City reveals redesign for its website.
City Manager Mark Jinks remembered a time when the City of Alexandria was considered the leader in its municipal website.
City hopes to reconcile longstanding feud between pedestrians and cyclists.
The Mount Vernon Trail runs 18 miles, from Arlington to Mount Vernon in Fairfax.
Write-In Euille Campaign faces state-level campaign violations.
“NOTICE: Individuals or groups who use this sample ballot for their own purposes must replace the above authorization line with their own.”
Growing priorities for Richmond Highway corridor.
The unanswered question is whether or not Southeast Fairfax Development Corporation (SFDC) has the tools, independence, and support to achieve its mission of economic development and revitalization.
Carluccio’s Chef Alfio Celia juggles an industrial stove full of boiling kettles, one for the eggs that will go in the Nicoise salad and one for the chicken that will be brined for the chicken salad.
Runners to face zombie apocalypse.
The fourth-annual Blood and Guts 5K Run will take place Saturday, Oct. 24 at Bull Run Regional Park in Centreville.
The 43rd annual Fall Festival is now opened at Cox Farms in Centreville and promises to be fun for the entire family.
Keeping officers happy and the community safe.
The Fair Oaks District Police Station running smoothly, due to its officers as well as the man at the helm, Capt. Chris Marsh.
Girls raise money for animal shelter.
Take two girls, add in compassion, determination and a love for animals, and the result is a successful fundraiser for the Fairfax County Animal Shelter.
PFC Brian Rochefort (on left) receives the Officer of the Month certificate from 1st Lt. Matt Owens.
More than a week after a gasoline leak was reported in Centreville...
The Centreville High School PTSA Executive Board, along with Principal Dave Jagels, faculty, staff and students welcome Fairfax County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Karen Garza to the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new greenhouse classroom sponsored and cared for by the special education students and the Best Buddies Program.
At the 2015 Centreville High School Senior Awards ceremony, senior Joe Cottone and Trey House were awarded the Lt. Jeffrey J. Kaylor Memorial Scholarship.