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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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Fair Oaks Fire Causes $175,000 Damage

Fair Oaks Fire Causes $175,000 Damage

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Festive, Holiday Events in the City of Fairfax

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

Holiday Events

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‘How We React in the Moment Is Often Flawed’ in Fairfax

‘True West’ is City of Fairfax Theatre Co.’s new show.

Fairfax Theater

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Fairfax County Considers Renaming Sully District

‘The beginning of a community conversation’

Fairfax County Considers Renaming Sully District

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Enjoying Lunch with Santa in Fairfax City

Lunch with Santa

Fairfax Man Charged: Juvenile Sexual Assault

Fairfax Man Charged: Juvenile Sexual Assault

Fun and Food at Fairfax Farmers Markets

Farmers Market

Saving Lives, Solving Burglaries and Seeking Suspects in Centreville

Lieb gives update on the Sully District Police Station.

Police meeting

Fairfax City Adopts FY 23 Budget

Real-estate tax rate reduced 6.5 cents; average tax on Fairfax City home will increase $127.

Fairfax City’s newly adopted FY 23 budget fulfills City Council’s goals and directives.

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Police: Double Murder-Suicide Pact in Fair Lakes

Police find three people fatally shot.

Police: Double Murder-Suicide Pact in Fair Lakes

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'When Trust Is Broken’

Greenbriar East Elementary health aide charged with stealing students’ medication.

A school health aide at Chantilly’s Greenbriar East Elementary (GBE) was indicted last week on 11 criminal charges.

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‘Thank You; It Means a Lot when We’re Recognized’ in Chantilly

Weand is named Sully’s Officer of the Quarter.

Officer of the qtr

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Fairfax, Library Host Point 50 StoryWalk

Event encourages children to read, supports local businesses.

Reading can always provide a fun, summertime diversion. But when it’s joined with an outdoor clue-hunting activity...

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Construction for New Development Will Displace Low Income Tenants

Fairfax mayor breaks tie to approve controversial new development.

Development

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