Fairfax County News
Fairfax County police are asking for help finding a vehicle involved in a hit-and-run crash that seriously injured a 21-year-old woman.
Metro to break ground on major new bus facility to serve northern Virginia
Relief is on the way for a residential neighborhood long plagued by bus noise and pollution.
With a $140 million budget deficit, Fairfax County Public School leaders are hoping they'll be able to shake the money tree.
So what do you name a baby boy when he is born on the Capital Beltway? A few suggestions.
Sheriff's officials have released a sketch of a suspect after two female students were sexually assaulted this week on or near the Northern Virginia Community College's Loudoun campus.
Fairfax Co. water main break sends water shooting 40 feet in air, soaks nearby homes
Software firm Cvent moving to new Fairfax County headquarters, creating 400 jobs
A Metro station manager is accused of taking paper farecards and transferring their value onto SmarTrip cards so that he could sell them.
An M&T Bank in Annandale was robbed on Tuesday morning by a man who implied he had a gun and demanded cash from a teller.
Downtown McLean hasn't changed much in 20 years, perhaps longer. A renewal may be coming, led by Washington Real Estate Investment Trust and the JBG Cos., owners of two key properties.
Shutdown has passed, but many federal contractors feel angst, see more uncertainty ahead
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, which operates the toll road, is on track to collect $125 million in tolls by the year's end, a 24 percent increase over 2012.
Fairfax County will accept old, unneeded medications for safe disposal at local police stations Saturday.
The school system faces a $140 million budget deficit. Officials warn everything is on the table in the effort to save money.
Boy, 17, dies after being shot at Reston home; acquaintance faces gun charge
Police identify the 17-year-old Reston boy who died Sunday morning after being shot on Friday night.
Former private school teacher sentenced to 43 years in prison for molesting female students
A longtime Virginia private school teacher was sentenced to 43 years in prison on Friday after pleading guilty to child molestation charges.
Later this month, commuters will get a chance to talk to leaders about how to spend new transportation money to fix traffic congestion in Fairfax County.
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