Fairfax County News
Reston has a new choice in its growing frozen yogurt options.
This week kicks off the heart of the many celebrations in honor of founder Robert E. Simon's 100th birthday and Reston's 50 anniversary.
April is distracted driving month and the Fairfax County Police Department held it's first-ever distracted driver training session for officers.
Apple has sent an email to some iTunes users, offering a chance for a refund on App Store purchases made by children without the permission of a parent.
A man is in custody after a 12-year-old girl says he grabbed her, took her to his apartment and inappropriately touched her.
Reston founder Robert E. Simon was on Capitol Hill on Tuesday where the 99 year old — and the community — were honored with an America's Best Intergenerational Communities Award.
Refraction, a 12,000-square-foot co-working space at Reston Town Center, hopes to attract new companies and inspire innovation.
The GPS tracker inside rechargeable Smart Soles transmits their location both on demand, but also when the wearer goes outside a set radius, determined by their caregiver.
Elden Market & Deli sold a $3 million Mega Millions ticket, but what Glinda Salgado, whose family owns the Herndon, Va. store, didn't know was that she bought the winning ticket.
Three areas of Northern Virginia are leading the nation in stamping out smoking among men.
An overturned bus shut down the southbound lanes of Interstate 95 just after Lorton Road in Fairfax County, Va., early Sunday morning. Police are searching for a car that may have caused the accident and ask the public for help.
Facing a tough year, House Democrats hope to capitalize on retirements, flip open seats
One of the first casualties of natural and man-made disasters is often the ability to communicate. Local first responders, governments, businesses and utilities are preparing for "the next time."
The Fairfax hospital plans to celebrate the opening of its new radiation oncology center next Tuesday even though the majority of the $45 million, five-story building for the Inova Comprehensive Cancer and Research Institute isn't even finished yet.
An electrical worker is headed to a local burn center after coming in contact with high voltage wires.
Residents aired their concerns about a proposed cellphone tower at a meeting Wednesday night at Andrew Chapel United Methodist Church.
An Arlington, Va. man faces charges in connection with an assault that occurred in January.
The contractor on the project installed the wrong speakers and cables along 11 miles of the subway project and the entire Automatic Train Control system now needs to be replaced.
Plans to build a cellphone tower close to a school are rubbing some people the wrong way, and it will be the topic of a meeting tonight.
Eighteen chronically homeless people living in the woods and along highways in Fairfax County now have a place to call home. They were placed in apartments as part of a program to ease growing poverty in Virginia.
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