Fairfax County News
World of Beer, the large bar and restaurant slated for the ground floor of The Avant apartment building, is eyeing a mid-May opening.
Two bloodhounds, new recruits to the police force, are about to hit the streets.
Amy Baker, of Stafford, would have turned 43 years old today.
This weekend's top concerts include indie greats, an electro-pop superstar and a songwriting legend.
A Falls Church man died after he was hit by a car crossing the street in Merrifield Wednesday morning.
Local lawmakers are encountering growing demands to invest in schools, roads and other services at the same time that homeowners are already feeling the pressure of higher tax bills from higher property assessments.
A Fairfax County man who commutes on the 495 Express Lanes each day was sent a court summons and told he'd have to pay $6,000 in tolls, penalties and fees, WTOP Ticketbuster has learned.
What better way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day than with a new friend?
It's a dance student's dream come true -- a weekend full of workshops and lectures, offered by some of the top names in today's professional dance world.
The vet clinic specializing in feline care will take over the Millennium Bank building at 1601 Washington Plaza.
A 16.5-acre property originally part of George Washington's Mount Vernon estate just sold for $18.6 million, the highest sale price in the Washington area in more than two-and-a-half years.
Supreme Court won't hear dispute over Episcopal Church property in northern Va.
Chesapeake Chocolates at Lake Anne Plaza is holding its own Peeps Show.
The $1 million winner of Wednesday's Powerball has yet to come forward after buying the winning ticket at a 7-Eleven in Springfield, Va.
George Mason University Police are looking for more information about a threat that happened on its Fairfax campus early Thursday morning.
Reston Community Center will be holdings its annual Diva Central prom dress giveaway Saturday, March 8 at RCC-Lake Anne from noon to 6 p.m.
Huge concrete barriers came off a truck on Va. 123/Ox Road in Fairfax Station, Va. early Wednesday.
Most Virginia small business owners believe that extreme weather events — not just snowstorms — are creating negative impacts on their operations and communities, including lost revenue due to closings, property damage and the need for layoffs.
Fairfax County police believe five Manassas-are residents -- three adults and two boys -- are responsible for vandalism incidents that damaged at least 100 vehicles.
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