- Thanksgiving Q&A: Fairfax's Duke to Celebrate in Pennsylvania 0 comments
- Patient First Facility Heading to Fairfax 0 comments
- A Holiday Classic Comes to Life in Fairfax 0 comments
- Burke, Fairfax Station, Springfield, Mount Vernon: What Are You Thankful for This Thanksgiving? 0 comments
- Fairfax Resident Talks Victorian Christmas at Burke Historical Society 0 comments
- ‘Timeless’ Author Comes to Fairfax 0 comments
- Patient First Facility Heading to Fairfax
- Gift-Giving Made Easy at Judy Ryan of Fairfax
- Seniors Making a Difference
- Fairfax County History Conference Focuses on the War of 1812
- Thanksgiving Q&A: Fairfax's Duke to Celebrate in Pennsylvania
- Dylan Cate of Fairfax High Selected to All-American Marching Band
- Lake Braddock Boys’ XC Wins Region Title
- Fairfax Field Hockey Captures First Region Championship Since 1993
- Robinson’s Berman Wins Conference 5 Title
- Letter: Holidays in Old Town Fairfax
- Editorial: Holidays Are About Giving
- Editorial: Why Shop Small? Shop Large Locally
- Letter to the Editor: Raising Awareness of Domestic Abuse
- Commentary: Resources and Support for the Caregiver
- Fairfax City Residents, Businesses Ask for More Affordable Housing
- Fairfax City Votes
- Steady Voter Turnout at Fairfax's Greenbriar East
- Opinion: Vote ‘Yes’ on Transportation Bond
- Crashing the Parties
Senior earned first-team all-region, helped Fairfax field hockey win region title.
Fairfax qualified for state tournament in back-to-back seasons.
“I’m thankful for my family, my relative health and my eighth grade Civics students at South County Middle School.”
Letter to the Editor
Old Town Fairfax is a relatively "untapped jewel"—why don't many think of it as a destination? It's probably because there is not enough attention focused on it, and all of the things it has to offer-from new shops and restaurants, to antiques and art! People I run into in some of the great shops just "happen" to stumble upon Old Town--when asked about it, they often reply "I drive through here a lot on Main Street, but never realized all of the things it has to offer, so never actually stopped to investigate!"
Lisa Kay Gardner Brothers, 50, of Fairfax, Dies
Lisa Kay Gardner Brothers, age 50, of Fairfax, passed away on Nov. 5, 2014. Lisa was born in Chillicothe, Ohio on April 25, 1964 to Charles and Betty Gardner. Lisa attended Fairfax High School, where she went on to marry Christopher Brothers of Burke. Lisa was an artist at heart; sharing her love of crafting with others.
Retirement doesn’t mean slowing down, at least not for the women of the Little River Glen Senior Center: Knit and Crochet Club. The Club meets twice a week throughout the year, making scarves, hats and even some sweaters for themselves and their families, but also to benefit others.