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- Fairfax County: Meet the Candidates for County Board
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- Torres Trial Date Set for December
- Fairfax County: Policy Changes Recommended on Mental Health and Crisis Intervention
- Fairfax County: Former Police Officer Charged with John Geer Murder
- Burke: Robinson Football to Lean on Physical Running Back Trio
- Lorton: South County Football Thrives with Speed, Aggression
- Young Swimmers Make Splash at Annual NVSL All-Star Meet
- SYA Greater Fairfax Senior Babe Ruth Team Advances to World Series
- Fairfax: Coach Dougherty Instilling Toughness in Cavaliers
- Column: 'Bulky Boy'
- Letter: Welcome from Police Chief Ed Roessler
- Column: Accommodate or Exacerbate
- Editorial: Sea Changes in Policing?
- Column: Time to Encourage Reading
- 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, 2015, 128 Fairfax homes sold between $1,250,000-$165,000.
Fairfax Home Sales: July, 2015
Bond denied for former police officer charged with murdering John Geer.
Shortly after 10 a.m. on Aug. 19, former Fairfax County Police officer Adam Torres entered the circuit courtroom for his arraignment, dressed in a baggy, blue-green prison jumpsuit. Torres was indicted the previous Monday by a special grand jury for killing Springfield resident John Geer in August, 2013.
Vossler returns for second season as Rams head coach.
The Robinson football team started 6-0 last season but finished 6-5.
Rising senior quarterback DeAndre Clayton leads Stallion offense.
The South County football team's practices are based on speed.
When Dave Rohr says he and his brothers were “always interested in public safety,” it’s definitely an understatement. All three have had long careers with the Fairfax County Fire Department, and now Rohr, 55, just retired as the City of Fairfax’s fire chief.