Local author publishes novel.
University of Virginia seminar studies tension between “The Science & Lived Experience of Autism.”
Despite a recent surge in attention and research over the past decade about autism, controversy exists.
The Love Your Body Yoga Festival gives back and urges community to love their bodies.
The Pavilion at Reston Town Center filled with yogis on Sunday, June 12 for the eighth Love Your Body Yoga Festival.
A person was shot during a robbery in Springfield on Saturday, May 21.
Library series delve into the secrets of Fairfax County.
The first of three Forgotten Fairfax series debuted on Saturday, May 7 at the City of Fairfax Regional Library.
The Reston Farmers Market opened on Saturday, May 7 and Restonians showed up bright and early at the Lake Anne Village parking lot to buy vegetables, meats, dairy and to chat with vendors and neighbors.
Prom dress giveaway takes pressure off teens’, parents’ wallets.
It’s a night filled with anticipation. But it can cost almost one month’s rent. It’s prom night.
DKG honors novice teachers.
The Beta Delta Chapter of DKG Society International awarded scholarships to novice teachers in Fairfax County and Washington, D.C. on Sunday, April 17 in Springfield.
This is the first Founder’s Day since the passing of Robert E. Simon, Jr.
They remembered his joyfulness and playfulness. But most of all, officials, speakers and friends remembered Robert E. Simon, Jr.’s enduring vision during the opening remarks of the 13th Founder’s Day on Saturday, April 9.
Reserved Barking’s second location finds home on Fullerton Road.
Doggy daycare Reserved Barking opened its second location in Springfield on Saturday, March 19. But for owners Ahsan Saeed and Bilal Malik it is more than that.
The Burke Centre Library book sale had a steady trickle of customers despite the steady trickle of rain on Saturday, March 19.
Langley High alum comes home for a reunion of sorts.
McBride’s first job was at The Connection Newspapers, as a paperboy when he was in the seventh grade.
In Lorton, Monopoly tournament tests skills against chance.
Almost 100 players gathered at the Woodbridge Moose Lodge 583 in Lorton on Saturday, Feb. 6 for the ninth year to play a friendly but serious game of Monopoly.
Interest in science and medicine leads to Stockholm trip.
Ekaterina Forkin, a sophomore at Oakton High School, spent several days in Stockholm Sweden learning about how Nobel laureates are selected.
Area residents share their hopes for 2016
Morning walk becomes personal crusade against litter.
On the walk back, they take out the garbage bags they brought with them and they don gloves. Then they get to work picking up trash they see on the way back to Cohen’s house.
Santa cut a lonely figure waiting for visits from pets at the pavilion in Lake Accotink Park in Springfield on Saturday, Dec. 12. But, it has only been half an hour.
High temperatures match high spirits at Lake Accotink Park’s holiday events.
”We promised a campfire and they’re gonna get a campfire,” said Lake Accotink Park’s Julie Tahan.
At Burke Centre Station, Santa trains educate young riders about rail safety.
It was a typical scene at Burke Centre Station, a line of people waiting for the train
Fairfax ballerinas redefine traditional images of grace and beauty.
Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker” is literally a child’s dream, with visions of toys coming to life, anthropomorphic creatures and the supernatural manifesting in vivid detail on stage.
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Residents question necessity of interchange, extension.
Almost nobody who attended the meeting, with the exception of Fairfax County Department of Transportation representatives and Supervisor Pat Herrity (R-Springfield), thought that the extension project for Shirley Gate Road was necessary.
Long-time Fairfax business receives inaugural Small Business Award.
Long-time Fairfax business Camper’s Trophies and Awards is the recipient of the inaugural Small Business of the Year Award, bestowed by the City of Fairfax’s Economic Development Office.
Lacrosse tournament in Springfield brings attention to Goodpasture Syndrome and kidney diseases.
Proceeds raised by the tournament will go towards the American Kidney Fund. But Lane and her husband, who have children playing in the tournament, are happy that the event is raising awareness for kidney diseases.
Special gifts for the special people and pets in your life.
Imagine small shops where shopkeepers know everyone by name, catching a glimpse of neighbors enjoying a leisurely hot drink through the window of the local cafe, locals enjoying the view of the water at the plaza.
With the holidays approaching, residents of Great Falls will have twice as many more items on their plates, which all have to get done.
Vendors and demos delight toy train enthusiasts.
That is how it all started for a lot of people at the Vienna Train Show, sponsored by the WB and A Chapter of Train Collector’s Association, held, for the third year at the Vienna Volunteer Fire Department, on Saturday, Oct. 31.
Vienna’s Agrawal is one of CNN’s Top Ten Heroes of 2015.
What is the difference between a stray animal and a human being?
Blessing of the animals resume after bad weather.
The blessing of the animals at the Church of the Holy Comforter in Vienna took place on Saturday, Oct. 10.
Supporters outraged over lack of charges.
The Fairfax County NAACP held a rally for Natasha McKenna in front of the Fairfax County Courthouse on Sunday, Sept. 27.