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- Gift-Giving Made Easy at Judy Ryan of Fairfax
- Seniors Making a Difference
- Fairfax County History Conference Focuses on the War of 1812
- Fairfax Academy Presents Alternate Version of the ‘Nutcracker’
- 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
- Fairfax Field Hockey Advances to Region Final
- Editorial: Why Shop Small? Shop Large Locally
- Letter to the Editor: Raising Awareness of Domestic Abuse
- Commentary: Resources and Support for the Caregiver
- Editorial: Thanksgiving Help for Those in Need
- Ten Days in Diplomacy
- 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
For fine apparel, home accents, and gift ideas that are already pre-mixed and matched for you, look no further than Judy Ryan of Fairfax in the Twinbrooke Shopping Center off Braddock Road. Located in the same Fairfax location for 26 years, Ryan makes 10 annual trips to New York City to find the hottest runway looks but tailors them to the tastes of Fairfax County women.
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.
The 10th Annual Fairfax County History Conference was held on Saturday, Nov. 8 at the Stacy C. Sherwood Community Center in the City of Fairfax. A record 120 participants were in attendance to enjoy the theme of “Fire, Flight & Fury” – The War of 1812 in Fairfax County – 200 Years Later.”
Students in the Dance classes at Fairfax Academy will be performing their version of the Nutcracker, called Mixed Nut, in one public performance on Saturday, Nov. 22, at Lanier Middle School at 12:30 p.m. Fairfax Academy is one of six high school academies in Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS).