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Following in His Dad’s Footsteps

Ben Sisson is county’s Volunteer Rookie Firefighter of the Year.

Ben Sisson is just 20, but he’s just been honored as Fairfax County’s 2012 Volunteer Rookie Firefighter of the Year. He received the recognition and a plaque last Tuesday, Feb. 12, along with other volunteer firefighters, during a ceremony before the Board of Supervisors.

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Father Runs Marathon in His Son’s Honor

Fairfax teen is in remission from leukemia.

This Saturday, March 16, Glen Goold is running in the Rock ‘n’ Roll USA Marathon in Washington, D.C., to raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. And fueling his every footstep will be the knowledge that his son Spencer is now in remission from this disease.

Westfield Grad Receives Sheriffs’ Institute Scholarship

Westfield High grad Michael Corwin has just received a Virginia Sheriffs’ Institute scholarship.

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Following in His Dad’s Footsteps

Ben Sisson is county’s Volunteer Rookie Firefighter of the Year.

Ben Sisson is just 20, but he’s just been honored as Fairfax County’s 2012 Volunteer Rookie Firefighter of the Year. He received the recognition and a plaque last Tuesday, Feb. 12, along with other volunteer firefighters, during a ceremony before the Board of Supervisors.

Local Man Pleads Guilty to Murder

He killed his father in Centreville.

Gbassay “Omar” Koroma was slated to stand trial for murder, May 7, in Fairfax County Circuit Court. Instead, he pleaded guilty in March and will be sentenced next month.

Lanigan’s Friends, Colleague Respond to Settlement

Following news of the school system’s settlement to Sean Lanigan, a friend and neighbor of his, as well as a former Centre Ridge colleague gave their opinions of it to Centre View.

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‘This Was Something I Could Count On’ in Centreville

Paul VI seniors honored in neighborhood’s graduation parade.

Thanks to COVID-19, this year’s high-school seniors didn’t get to have their achievements and graduation recognized in a public way.

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‘Do the Right Things for the Right Reasons’ in Sully District

Meet Capt. Jason Allegra: Sully District police commander

Attending Old Dominion University, Jason Allegra followed in his brother’s footsteps by majoring in criminal justice.

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‘This Building Will Be Ingrained in My Memory Forever’

Fairfax Surf Shop manager reminisces about the business.

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Making Spirits Bright 12/12/2012

FACETS helps children give presents to their siblings.

No matter people’s income levels, their children still want presents at Christmastime. So each year, FACETS holds Sibling Shops, enabling children to peruse a variety of toys, games and other items, select gifts for their brothers and sisters and have them wrapped.

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Making Spirits Bright

FACETS helps children give presents to their siblings.

No matter people’s income levels, their children still want presents at Christmastime.

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Chantilly: Fast-Food Restaurant Proposed

Chantilly Place Shopping Center needs county’s OK for drive-through window.

A new, fast-food restaurant is planned for the Chantilly Place Shopping Center on Willard Road, east of Route 28. It just needs Fairfax County’s approval for a drive-through use associated with it.

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Bank Approved For Centreville Site

BB&T is coming to Sully Station Shopping Center.

It’s official — at long last, something is being built on the vacant pad site at the right end of the Sully Station Shopping Center. That something will be a BB&T Bank, which got a thumbs-up, last Tuesday, Jan. 29, from the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors.

A Time for Giving

FACETS helps children give presents to siblings.

All year ’round, FACETS helps people in poverty in Fairfax County. It works with families living in public-housing communities and having an average income under $20,000 for a family of four. It also aids those who are, or recently were, homeless.

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Celebrating Chantilly Day

The second annual Chantilly Day celebration was Saturday, May 4, in the Sully Place Shopping Center.

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Restaurant to Replace Fairfax Surf Shop

Iconic building by Old Town Square will be demolished.

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Chantilly Day: Coming Together as a Community

Thousands enjoyed the first-ever Chantilly Day, Saturday, May 12, in the Sully Place Shopping Center.

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‘It’s the True Meaning of Christmas’ in Centreville

FACETS, Centerpointe Church bring holiday joy to local families.

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Fairfax Shopping Center being revitalized; Whole Foods 365 coming.

‘It’s Not Perfect, but a Good, Solid Project’

Fairfax Shopping Center

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