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Co-Responder Program Needed Immediately

Two officers use tasers; one officer fires four shots, killing 26-year-old man during a mental health crisis inside his family’s McLean home.

Jasper Aaron Lynch’s twin sister wanted to help her brother who was having a mental health crisis. Three Fairfax County Police officers hoped to help, too.

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Disturbing Video of Police Shooting

Police release video of police shooting death of Reston man at Springfield Town Center; chief defends officers’ actions.

Police release video of police shooting death of Reston man at Springfield Town Center; chief defends officers’ actions.

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Big Train, Big Expectations

We knew them when …

Before Hunter Renfroe became an outfielder for the San Diego Padres, Tampa Bay Rays, Boston Red Sox and now the Milwaukee Brewers, his...

Is Your Car Worth More Than Last Year?

Probably, and the car tax owed is probably also going up.

Car value

Real Estate Tax Rate ‘Ceiling’

Lower tax rate expected, but homeowners will still pay more.

Real Estate Tax

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Historic District Established for Hollin Hills

4-year process results in protection for distinctive mid-century neighborhood.

Hollin Hills

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Patricia O’Neill, 71

Schoolboard member served Potomac and Bethesda for more than 23 years and was the longest serving Board member in MCPS history.

Schoolboard

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White’s Ferry Running for 2022?

Eminent domain, condemnation, or more negotiation?

When Chuck and Stacy Kuhn purchased White’s Ferry in February, they eagerly told their nine children the plan.

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How Safe Are Older Buildings in Fairfax County?

Supervisors address construction and maintenance concerns in the wake of the Surfside Condominium collapse in Florida.

A recertification program for older buildings does not currently exist under the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code, said Chairman Jeff McKay.

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Police Weapons Point At Black People

Long awaited report on Use of Force includes dozens of recommendations to guide the path forward.

An independent study of Fairfax County Police Department use of force confirmed that Black people are overrepresented in use-of-force incidents by Fairfax police.

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