Fairfax County News
The Mount Vernon Ladies' Association has named Curtis Viebranz (VEE'-branz) as president and chief executive officer of George Washington's historic estate.
A dispute over a church sign in Fairfax County is leading to possible changes in local law.
Rockville-based MOM's Organic Market opens its ninth Washington-area store this week at the new Mosaic District in Merrifield.
WTOP's Rosemary Frisino Toohey reports.
Ever wanted to see how a basketball star lives? Well, you can check out former Wizards star Gilbert Arenas' pad this weekend.
Opponents call it "Tollmageddon," but operators of the Dulles Toll Road say big toll hikes are necessary to help pay for the Dulles Rail project.
Officials have issued a rabies warning after a woman was bitten by a rabid beaver while swimming in a popular Fairfax County lake.
WTOP's Kate Ryan reports.
Public hearings start Thursday on a proposal to increase rates on the Dulles Toll Road.
A beaver that attacked an 83-year-old woman while she was swimming in the Bailey's Crossroads area of Virginia tested positive for rabies, police say.
WTOP's Neal Augenstein
Tuesday is election day for about 63,000 registered voters in Northern Virginia's 45th House of Delegates District.
A volunteer youth group leader in Fair Oaks is charged with two counts of aggravated sexual battery after he allegedly offered massages to the kids.
A tractor-trailer overturned near the ramp of the Fairfax County Parkway and I-95 early Wednesday, killing the driver.
Fairfax County police say an 8-year-old boy is recovering after being struck and dragged by an SUV in Mount Vernon.
A sign in front of a Virginia church has become a federal case with the first amendment as the focus.
Across the D.C. region, police are working to head off potential threats like Monday's shooting at a Baltimore County high school.
Verizon is gradually restoring phone and Internet service to northern Virginia customers after road work damaged communication cables serving the area.
There are new signs going up on three major roads in Northern Virginia that mean more than just new road numbers.
Fairfax County police say two 14-year-old girls have reported that they were grabbed and sexually assaulted by a man in McLean this week.