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- MinuteClinic Opens Walk-in Medical Clinic Inside CVS/pharmacy Store in Fairfax
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Rams make 14 3-pointers, including eight from senior guard Bynum.
The Robinson boys' basketball team opened its season with a 95-91 victory against Edison.
MinuteClinic, the largest provider of retail-based medical clinics in the United States, has opened a new walk-in clinic inside the CVS/pharmacy store in Fairfax at 3921 Prosperity Ave. It is the twenty-third location in the Northern Virginia.
For the first time in Fairfax High’s history, the school band’s Wind Ensemble was chosen to perform at the Virginia Music Educators Association (VMEA) convention. This year’s event was held Friday, Nov. 22, at The Omni Homestead Resort in Hot Springs, Va.
Cupcakes Actually in Fairfax offered free cupcakes as a gift with purchase.
“There was Black Friday, and that’s great for small businesses,” said Braddock District supervisor John C. Cook. But, he continued, “This makes it a really nice day to celebrate small, independent businesses where you get a different shopping experience, an alternative to going to the malls.”
Area church helps open new church.
It was just after 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 3, and West City Fellowship’s third official service was about to begin at Wakefield High School.