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‘We Need to Know a Location and What’s Going on to Help You’ in Fairfax

Learning about the Department of Public Safety Communications (9-1-1).

911 center

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Every Chocolate Lover’s Dream-Come-True in Fairfax City

Fairfax’s 28th annual festival is Jan. 31-Feb. 2.


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Calling All Chocolate Lovers to Fairfax

27th annual festival is Feb. 1-3.


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‘We’re in Uncharted Territory, to the Extreme’ in Fairfax City

City Manager recommends Fiscal Year ’21 budget cuts.


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Gov. Terry McAuliffe Visits Vaccine Clinic in Chantilly

Bumping elbows and happily chatting with staff and patients alike, Gov Terry McAuliffe visited a COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Chantilly, last Saturday, May 1.

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Fairfax Fall Festival: Food, Crafts, Music

43rd annual celebration is this Saturday, Oct. 12.


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Pancake Breakfast in Fairfax City Helps Children with Cancer

Fundraiser for Ellie’s Hats, this Saturday, June 1.


Help Feed Local Families in Need

Britepaths is a well-known, Fairfax-based nonprofit that helps area residents, all year ’round, in a variety of ways.

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Fairfax’s Middleridge Celebrates 50th Anniversary

The Middleridge subdivision off Ox Road in Fairfax celebrated its 50th anniversary on Sept. 27.

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‘A Great Place for the Courts and the County’ in Fairfax

Sweeping changes planned for Fairfax County Judicial Complex

The Fairfax County Judicial Complex is 48 acres of county land adjacent to downtown Fairfax City.

Help Britepaths Bring Families Holiday Cheer

For people struggling to pay for food and rent, it’s tough to think about the holidays without a sense of sadness.

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‘We Have Much to Learn from History’

Remembrance ceremony at Ox Hill Battlefield Park.


‘I No Longer Feel Like I Can Trust Anyone’

Judge, victim’s family, unhappy about suspended sentence.


Fairfax City Manager: ‘We’re Slightly, Cautiously Optimistic’

Stalzer gives quarterly review of FY 21 budget.

In just a few weeks, Fairfax City Manager Rob Stalzer will present his proposed FY 22 budget.

‘Commitment to Building Back Stronger than Ever’ in Fairfax City

City awards $10,000 grants to 48 small businesses.

A week after awarding $1 million in grants to help Fairfax City’s small businesses, its Economic Development Authority (EDA) is doing even more.

‘Our Families Need Internet Access Now’

Britepaths helping schoolchildren connect to online classes.

The ongoing pandemic is causing most students in the local area to attend school virtually this fall.