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Fairfax County Opioid Unit detectives share cold, hard facts.
Fairfax County has a serious, undeniable, drug problem.
43rd annual celebration is this Saturday, Oct. 12.
Main Street Child Development Center helps both students and parents.
Main Street Child Development Center provides affordable childcare for low-income families in Fairfax City and Fairfax County.
Sweeping changes planned for Fairfax County Judicial Complex
The Fairfax County Judicial Complex is 48 acres of county land adjacent to downtown Fairfax City.
Meeting about Braddock Road, Old Lee Road stirs controversy.
Local police detectives discuss human trafficking
When it comes to human trafficking, no part of the U.S. is immune to it – even Fairfax County.
Fairfax Ballet Company presents reimagined ‘Nutcracker’
The Fairfax Ballet Co. (FBC) presents an all-new holiday experience with its virtual performance, “Nutcracker: Dancing in the City.”
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.
Residents furious about Braddock, Old Lee funding decision.
When VDOT held a Feb. 13 information meeting about safety and operational changes proposed for the Braddock/Old Lee roads intersection in Centreville, five alternatives were presented.
Tandoori Nights offers South Indian and Nepalese cuisine.
Casey’s Car Show & Spring Fest raises money for Ellie’s Hats.
Cool cars, tasty food, fun for all ages – and the chance to raise money for a good cause – that’s Casey’s Fourth Annual Car Show & Spring Fest.
Fairfax’s Post 177 plans renovation, homes and new Chilcott Field.
For decades, American Legion Post 177 has been an asset to the City of Fairfax.
Former teacher sentenced for soliciting a minor online.
ITServe Alliance donates new laptops to Britepaths.
Valentine’s Day was Feb. 14, but a sweet treat came a few days earlier for Fairfax-based nonprofit Britepaths.
‘The beginning of a community conversation’
Fairfax County Considers Renaming Sully District