Fairfax County News
Coming soon to Fairfax County: The world's most prolific maker of hoagies.
Fairfax County is examining a potential tax that would raise bills for customers who order food at restaurants.
It's been six months since the Silver Line was supposed to open in Fairfax County. But the delays have actually been a good thing -- at least for the people running the Fairfax Connector.
A 16-year-old is dead and a 14-year-old is in the hospital after a shooting Monday evening in a tightly-knit community in the Alexandria area of Fairfax County.
Metro says contractor is behind on key items, which could lead to more silver line delays
Fairfax County educator John Struck gets Virginia history teacher of the year award
New pavement markings have been added at six entry points to the 495 Express Lanes in Virginia in an attempt to make it easier for drivers to choose the proper lane, whether entering the E-ZPass-only Express Lanes or staying on the regular Capital Beltway travel lanes.
A Fairfax County Public Schools teacher was arrested Thursday for soliciting a minor.
Police believe that a man who was shot while kayaking in April fired the gun himself and shot himself a second time as police arrived at his home to serve a search warrant.
2nd 'bottle bomb' suspect faces additional charges in Va. following arrest in Md.
A Chantilly middle school welcomed dozens of World War II veterans to hear their stories about the battle at Normandy and war to reclaim Europe.
Fairfax County board clears way for $188M neighborhood overhaul at former Lorton prison site
Fairfax County transportation officials announced Tuesday that a new bus route will begin running when the Silver Line opens to take passengers from Wiehle Avenue to Dulles International Airport and the Smithsonian's Udvar-Hazy Center.
Falls Church boy's race record rejected in half-marathon because course was altered
Springfield Town Center update: New tenants, and what 3.3M square feet of new development could look like
If you want to know why the Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust is willing to pay $465 million for the former Springfield Mall, look no further than the image to your right.
Last winter's severity resulted in makeup days that will keep students in Fairfax County in class until the end of June. Now, Fairfax County Public Schools is rethinking its calendar, in part to avoid a repeat.
A new study using eye-tracking technology focuses on what fans eyes were drawn to during major league baseball games, to determine how to improve advertising in ballparks.
The games showcase the athletic abilities of firefighters, police officers, corrections officers and customs agents from around the world.
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