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‘Live in a Way that Honors our Veterans’ in Fairfax

Fairfax City celebrates Veterans Day.

Veterans Day

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NAACP Recognizes NOVA Park’s Paul Gilbert

NOVA Parks award

Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic heritage

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FCPS Principals and Pups

FCPS Principals and Pups

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Reston Association Chooses New CEO

One-on-one interview with Mac Cummins, AICP

One-on-one interview with Mac Cummins, AICP

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44th Annual Fairfax County Valor Awards

Valor is more than bravery or courage. It goes beyond what is expected.

Valor awards

Fairfax Skaters Made the Cut for the 2022 Olympic Games

Local spotlight shines on the speed track and figure skating rink.

Local Olympians

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Customers Make Fairfax Funky Flea a Success

Funky Flea

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Why I Walk to End Alzheimer’s

“We must find a cure.”

Alzheimer's Cure

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‘Courage in Journalism’

Kemal Kurspahic dies at 74.

Kemal Kurspahic dies at 74.

‘Exceptional Teachers in the City of Fairfax’

Rotary Club honors 2020 and 2021 educators of the year

Each year, the Rotary Club of Fairfax recognizes two Fairfax City Schools Teachers of the Year.

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Fairfax City Police Members are Honored

Fairfax City Police Lt. Michael Bartholme and Dispatcher Cynthia Tetterton were recently honored with the Military Order of the World Wars (MOWW) Silver Patrick Henry Medal.

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Local Man is Honored in Fairfax for WWII Submarine Service

The Virginian, a senior-living community in Fairfax, recently hosted the U.S. Submarine Veterans Assn., Northern Virginia Base, as it honored Virginian resident Alvin “Al” Anceravage, 99, on the 75th anniversary of his submarine service in WWII.

Passey Honored as a ‘Woman of Influence’

Fairfax resident Jennifer Passey was recently honored as the winner of the 2021 Woman of Influence award presented by Fairfax City’s Commission for Women.

Nonprofits Help People ‘Begin the Journey to Healing’

Fairfax City Councilman Sang Yi donates salary to two groups

Because of his job and seniority level in the federal government, Fairfax City Councilmember Sang Yi is professionally prohibited from taking a salary for his Council services.

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