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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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‘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.

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.

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Festive, Holiday Events in the City of Fairfax

Live music, crafts, food and Christmas-tree lighting.

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Fairfax City Restores More FY 21 Budget Cuts

With a potential shortfall of nearly $18 million in its FY 21 budget looming because of the pandemic, in January, the Fairfax City Council cut its capital and operating budgets.

Car Crash Kills Centreville Man

A Centreville man died following a vehicle crash, early Monday morning, March 29, at the intersection of Arlington Boulevard and Javier Road in Merrifield.

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Big Changes Proposed for Braddock Park

Being considered: Dog park, pickleball courts, dining pavilions, etc.

The draft Master Plan for Braddock Park is rapidly taking shape, thanks to the hard work of Fairfax County Park Authority staff, plus community input.

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‘I’m Excited about the Church’s Bright Future’ in Centreville

Centreville Presbyterian pastor retires after three decades there.

The Rev. Rob Bromhead has been a pastor for nearly 40 years – 31-1/2 of them at Centreville Presbyterian Church.

Centreville Man Killed in Bicycle Crash

A Centreville man died last week, following a collision between the bicycle he was riding and a car.

Fairfax Teen Is Killed; Death Ruled a Homicide

Fairfax County police are investigating last week’s murder of a local teen.

Fairfax City Restores Some FY 21 Budget Cuts

Concerned about a potential shortfall of nearly $18 million in its FY 21 budget, the Fairfax City Council took decisive action during its Jan. 5 quarterly budget review.

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‘We Made Memories that We Will Cherish Forever’ at Fairfax High

Class of 2021 graduates

Because of the pandemic, the music was recorded, and the ceremony was held on the football field instead of inside the field house.

Construction Begins Soon on Route 28 Widening

Fairfax County’s Department of Transportation will soon begin construction to widen Route 28 in Centreville.

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‘We Want to Make Sure This Is the Best Project’ in Fairfax City

American Legion Post 177’s redevelopment plans hit a snag.

American Legion Post 177 has big plans for a major redevelopment of its facility at 3939 Oak St. in Fairfax City.

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‘Driven by Fire and Determination’ to Graduate at Mountain View High

Celebrating Class of 2021

At the outset of Mountain View High’s graduation, last Wednesday, June 9, at Centreville High, Assistant Principal Catherine Stone noted that it was the school’s 50th graduation ceremony.

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‘Small-Batch Roasts with Consistent Flavor’ in Fairfax City

Foundation Coffee Roasters finds success.

Foundation Coffee Roasters may not be the easiest place to find, but customers say it’s definitely worth the effort.

GMU Homecoming and Valentine’s Day Fun

To support George Mason University’s annual Brave and Bold Homecoming celebration, Fairfax City is again partnering with GMU to showcase its Patriot Pride with the program “Patriots in the City.”

Is it ‘A Solution Looking for a Problem’ in Fairfax City?

City enacts new firearms ordinance

Virginia recently adopted legislation allowing localities to enact ordinances prohibiting firearms and ammunition in and on certain public properties or at permitted public events.

‘Tireless Devotion to Traffic Safety and the Community’ in Sully District

Whisenhunt is Sully District Station’s Officer of the Year.

Police Officer First Class (PFC) Richard “Rick” Whisenhunt has been selected as the Sully District Police Station’s 2020 Officer of the Year.

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Enjoying Lunch with Santa in Fairfax City

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