All results / Stories / Bonnie Hobbs
Fairfax City Helps Restaurants Serve Customers Outdoors
With Northern Virginia now in Phase I of reopening – and rapidly heading toward Phase II – the Fairfax City Council last week approved two emergency ordinances to help local restaurants serve customers outdoors.
Fourth of July Festivities in Fairfax
Parade, Fireman’s Day, rock music and fireworks.
‘Our Commitment to the Public is Unwavering’ in Sully District
Police update the community.
Rotary Club Honors Fairfax City Educators
Weaver, Borhauer named Teachers of the Year.
This year, the Rotary Club of Fairfax is honoring two Teachers of the Year from City of Fairfax schools.
‘A Whole World of Diverse Cuisines’ in Fairfax City
2nd Annual Restaurant Week is March 3-9.
Fairfax City Officials Sworn In Online
Meyer recounts outgoing Council’s accomplishments.
Although it had to be done virtually this year, Fairfax City’s Mayor, Council and School Board were officially sworn in last Tuesday, June 30.
Making Beers with a Taste of History in Centreville
Winery owner hopes to build a farm brewery.
Centerpointe Church to Build in Centreville
BZA approves plans for place of worship, childcare center
A new church is coming to Centreville.
Fairfax City Manager Unveils Proposed FY 21 Budget
Includes real-estate tax increase and money for capital projects.
‘A Much-Needed Project’ to Relieve Traffic in Centreville
Plans for Route 28 widening are moving along.
Eventually, the pandemic will subside, and rush-hour traffic – with all its headaches and frustration – will resume on Route 28 in Centreville.
‘This Gives Me the Opportunity to Follow My Dreams’
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.
Singing, Tap Dancing and Romance Galore in Fairfax
Fairfax High presents musical comedy, “Good News.”
Almost Time for Centreville Day
27th annual celebration is Saturday, Oct. 19.
‘Old Town Just Feels Like Home’ in Fairfax City
Brooke’s Bridal & Ball opens
Brooke Ramos initially wanted to be a wedding planner.
‘These Investments Will Pay Off in the Future’ in Fairfax City
Fairfax City adopts its FY 22 budget
Fairfax City last week adopted its FY 22 budget.
‘Build a Strong Team and Stay Focused’ in Centreville
Meet Chad Lehman, Centreville High’s new principal.
‘Build Community and Improve People’s Lives’ in Fairfax
One-on-one with Fairfax City Manager Rob Stalzer.
Two Local Firefighters Look Back at 9/11
At the Pentagon, ‘You were a part of history.’
‘No Way to Mitigate Roar of Jet Engines Overhead’ in Sully District
Divided Planning Commissioners OK Stonebrook proposal
Imagine living directly beneath an arrivals path at Dulles International Airport, where jumbo jet aircraft zoom just 950 feet above the homes, 24 hours a day.