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- Fairfax County: Candidates Meet on Fairfax Public Access
- 146 Fairfax County Schools Energy Star-Certified
- Burke: Law Enforcement Raising Awareness of Train Track Safety
- Fairfax County NAACP hosts 70th Freedom Fund Awards
- Fairfax NAACP To Host Rally Seeking ‘Justice for Natasha McKenna’
- Burke: Lake Braddock Football Holds Off Robinson Rally
- Muskett Leads West Springfield to Season-Opening Win Over Robinson
- Inexperienced Fairfax Looks to Maintain Postseason Success
- Burke: Robinson Finds Early Success Despite Inexperienced Defense
- Burke: Robinson Football to Lean on Physical Running Back Trio
- Editorial: Changing Perspective on Death Penalty
- Column: Treatment Denied Syndrome
- Column: Helping Create Safe School Environment
- Editorial: Focusing on Suicide Prevention
- Editorial: How to Vote; It Matters
- Transportation Forum Discusses Options and Obstacles
- Real Estate Tax Rate Is Still a Work in Progress in City of Fairfax
- Connolly's ‘Holiest Day of the Year’
- Del. Filler-Corn’s ‘CARE Act’ Passes the House
- GMU Students Rally to Lower Student Debt
In July, Jeff Waters’ three-acre corn maze was just a figment of his imagination. The stubby stalks were behind schedule but he never lost hope they would make it in time. When Whitehall Farms, LLC -- over 200 acres bordering on the Clifton, Fairfax Station and Fairfax areas -- opened its first annual Fall Fun Days festival on Sept. 19, the corn was plenty high to get lost in.
Adil Gour has been crossing the Virginia Railway Express tracks in Burke for three years. “It’s convenient for me, instead of going all the way around,” Gour said. All the way around in this case means taking Guinea Road to Roberts Road and south.
In August, 2015, 94 Fairfax homes sold between $1,095,000-$175,000.
Fairfax Home Sales: August, 2015
Youth Service America and the Festival of Children Foundation recently named Fairfax City resident, Christopher Cao, a National Child Awareness Month Youth Ambassador.
Have no fears of flying off into Offenbach’s delicious musical parody of the legend of Orpheus pursuing his wife Eurydice into the Underworld.