Fairfax County News
An out-of-town driver hit the brakes suddenly at the entrance to the 495 Express Lanes and the three-car, fiery crash that followed sent five people to the hospital.
Va. woman sentenced to nearly 6 months for trail crash with bicyclist
The Fairfax Board of Supervisors is considering limiting how many people can be at a private residence at any one time.
Smithsonian makes deal to offer online education through The Great Courses
Virginia congressmen say they have secured a critical piece of funding that will pave the way for construction to begin on the final phase of the Dulles Rail project.
The crowdfunding effort will help Soul Cakes by Tanya move out of Tanya Logan's home kitchen and into a commercial bakery in Lorton, Va.
Cheating on a spouse or romantic partner is messy, painful and nearly always spells the end of the marriage or relationship. So why do people do it?
A woman was charged with delinquency of a minor after a teen was hospitalized after a party the woman hosted.
General Dynamics says it will lay off about 170 employees at its plant in Ladson by the end of the year.
Administrators at Fairfax County Public Schools are facing a tough decision: What to fund and what to cut while addressing a multi-million- dollar budget shortfall for 2015.
After a black bear was spotted Saturday at a Vienna, Va. home, Fairfax County police are advising residents to take precautions to avoid attracting bears.
Every day, thousands of people sit in traffic on Interstate 66. And while the Virginia Department of Transportation studies the I-66 corridor from the Capital Beltway to US 15, state officials have a variety of ideas on how to lessen the gridlock.
The D.C. area could have it tough in the next five to 10 years, economically speaking.
A Vienna, Va. resident says he saw two black bears in his yard Saturday morning. The small bear and the larger bear appeared to be limping.
Add oysters to the Mosaic District's dining options. Travis Croxton of Rappahannock Oyster Co. will open a bar and restaurant called Rocksalt next year in the Merrifield mixed-use development.
Angry parents are using technology to spy on each other, often enlisting children to do their dirty work, a divorce lawyer says.
Falls Church resident Jessica Doyle says she was angry to find out men were hunting near her home without notifying her. But urban deer hunting is legal, heavily regulated and targets overpopulated deer herds.
The morning bell for Fairfax County Public Schools high school students may ring nearly two hours later if one of several proposals for later start times goes through.
Going out to eat in Fairfax County could get a little bit more expensive if a county board task force recommends instituting a meals tax to help avoid repeating recent budget challenges.
Parents will have two months to debate four school start time proposals.
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