- Delay in Shooting Investigation Decried
- Safety Apps are Now Available
- Suggestions to keep outdoor spaces functional through the fall
- Week in Fairfax
- Message to Fairfax High School Community
- Robinson’s Myers Earns Top-15 Finish at Glory Days Invite
- Fairfax Field Hockey Earns Top Seed in Conference 6 Tournament
- Successful Switch
- Iturbe’s Score Avoids Overtime, Defeats Robinson
- George Mason Holds 3rd Patriot
- Editorial: Coming - Children’s Connection
- Letter: Hitting the Ground Running
- Editorial: Deadly Medicaid Debacle
- September is Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month
- Commentary: Protecting Those Threatened by Domestic Violence
- Warner, Gillespie Clash in U.S. Senate Debate
- City Approves Money for Charrette
- Voting Early, Absentee
- New Voter Identification Requirements
- Board of Supervisors Approves 50+ Community Action Plan
Supervisors urge action by U.S. attorney.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors decided they’ve exercised enough patience with U.S. Attorney Dana Boente’s office. Now more than 13 months after Fairfax County police shot and killed John Geer, standing unarmed in the doorway of his Springfield home, Board chairman Sharon Bulova addressed the silence from Boente.
In September 2014, 81 Fairfax homes sold between $1,469,005-$135,000.
Fairfax Home Sales: September, 2014
‘Transformative’ new Springfield Town Center to open Oct. 17.
Lee District supervisor Jeff McKay has been preparing for Friday’s Springfield Town Center ribbon cutting since he was a kid. “As someone who’s spent my entire life here,” said McKay, “I’ve been acutely aware of the decline over the years.”
Woodson’s Reed thriving at outside hitter following change in approach.
Mackenzie Reed made the transition from libero to outside hitter.
See Something, Send Something: This app is a nationwide suspicious-activity reporting tool to help fight terrorism and criminal activity. It does not replace 911 for emergency situations.