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- Commercial Community Appearance Awards in Fairfax
- Police Captain Graduates from FBI Academy
- City of Fairfax Seeks Public Input to Improve Old Lee Highway
- League of Women Voters Hosts Forum on Firearms, Domestic Violence and Suicide in Burke
- Fairfax County Students Win Science Awards
- Fairfax: Is Robinson Boys Lacrosse Team Confident or Cocky?
- Woodson Boys' Basketball Falls in State Semis for Third Straight Season
- ROUNDUP: Woodson Boys Lose, Westfield Boys Win in 3OT
- Westfield Boys’ Basketball Team Wins 6A North Region Title
- Fairfax Gymnast Barborek Wins State All-Around Title
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- Editorial: On Police Information and Secrecy
- Column: The World Comes to Fairfax
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- GMU Students Rally to Lower Student Debt
- Commentary: Addressing Sex Trafficking in Northern Virginia
- Puller Will Not Seek Re-election
Three buildings and grounds are honored.
Three City of Fairfax buildings and their grounds were honored recently with 2014 Commercial Community Appearance Awards. Their owners/managers received certificates at the Feb. 10 City Council meeting.
The venturesome, daring folk at the Hub Theatre are continuing to bring audiences bold new works by playwrights less often produced in the area. For its spring production, the Hub is producing the area premiere of the provocative and insightful “The Typographer’s Dream” written by Obie-Award winning playwright Adam Bock.
“Creating a slice of Hollywood in Northern Virginia” is what the inaugural Northern Virginia International Film Festival is setting out to become for local and independent filmmakers and audiences, according to Fernando A. Mico, festival director.
When Barbara Klutinis’ husband was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s she had no idea how she was going to get through the ordeal ahead of her. After joining a support group and hearing the stories of others going through the same thing, Klutinis realized she was not alone. Inspired by the experience, she decided to make a documentary about the lives of couples coping with the disease. The film, “The Sum Total of Our Memory: Facing Alzheimer’s Together,” will screen at the NOVA International Film Festival Friday, April 17, 1 p.m., at the Angelika Film Center in Fairfax.
Captain Graham H. McGowan is the Fairfax County Police Department’s latest graduate of the FBI’s National Academy, which has just completed its 259th session.