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City of Alexandria Recognizes First Annual National Fentanyl Awareness Day, May 10, On Heels of Recent Overdose Spike
Join the City of Alexandria and communities around the nation in support of the first annual National Fentanyl Awareness Day on May 10 to raise awareness about fentanyl-laced illicit drugs, ways that residents can prevent substance misuse, and treatment resources to manage substance use disorders.
Detectives from Fairfax County Police Department Cold Case Squad continue to use advances in technology to examine cases from years ago. New technology is used to identify offenders as well as victims in cases that have reached an impasse.
New Fire Station coming
People have been making maps of the Mount Vernon area for four centuries and maps convey more than pictures,” Kevin Green began as he...
Expanding to two days and returning to the Old Town Alexandria waterfront for the first time since 2019, the Portside in Old Town Summer Festival kicks off...
Funds support scholarships and programs.
On Monday, May 9, the Women's Club of Great Falls Philanthropy Group donated $6,000 to Friends of Riverbend Park, Inc.
Fundraiser supports the Vienna Volunteer Fire Department.
After a two-year COVID pause, the family-friendly Taste of Vienna, presented by the Vienna Volunteer Fire Department, returned on Saturday, May 1, 2022, to showcase the great dishes from local restaurants and food trucks and raise funds.
Detectives from the Fairfax County Police Crash Reconstruction Unit have charged a juvenile for the March 9 fatal crash on Georgetown Pike that involved three cars.
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.
Inn resident and 13-year old violin prodigy Caesar Sant shares inspiring medical journey.
The Children’s Inn at NIH raised a new record $1,083,988 in donations at the 2022 An Evening for Hope Gala...
In April, 2022, 68 Potomac homes sold between $4,050,000-$733,000.
Potomac Home Sales: April, 2022
A wife, mother, and small business owner makes a difference with just one call.
In celebration of its five-year anniversary of partnering with schools to fight teen hunger, Food For Neighbors recognized key volunteers and school administrators. Food For Neighbors began just over five years ago by helping hungry students in two schools. Now the all-volunteer nonprofit is serving approximately 1,700 students weekly in 29 schools in Fairfax County and Loudoun County.