Fairfax County News
The eighth annual K9 Krawl 5K honored the victims of domestic violence and survivors, but there was another cause it benefited.
Shoppers began lining up outside the newly reinvented Springfield Town Center hours before the grand opening Friday morning eager to see what replaced the retail hub once known as the Springfield Mall.
Not every new Tysons development will be 1 million-plus square feet with thousands of new residential units.
A soccer player for both the Philadelphia Union and the Sierra Leone national team wants people to take this challenge to raise money for Doctors Without Borders.
As more rigorous screenings for Ebola began at Dulles International Airport on Thursday, local hospitals said they're ready to handle patients.
A Fairfax County teen was found dead after she was reported missing Wednesday. Police say she was hit by a train.
One of Reston's go-to restaurants is nationally ranked.
Lawsuit against Va. elementary principal alleges racial discrimination, anti-pregnancy bias
The French bakery in Plaza America will serve its final croissant this weekend.
Former Fairfax Co. school bus driver accused of inappropriately touching special needs student
Relief is coming to commuters in Northern Virginia after the announcement that millions of dollars in transportation projects are funded.
The future look of the Crescent Apartments and Lake Anne area is coming into focus.
Reston residents and fans can celebrate Reston's 50th anniversary this weekend by walking through local homes.
Reston Association documents show the Board of Directors has proposed a 2015 assessment of $642, which is just 1.3 percent more than the 2014 amount of $634.
The arrest of Jesse Matthew for the abduction of Hannah Graham has shined a light on the trouble facing schools in stopping the transfer of potential predators.
Fairfax supervisors seek resolution of investigation into fatal police shooting
About 7.300 Dominion customers were without electricity in Fairfax County early Thursday morning.
There could soon be an explosion of new food truck opportunities in Fairfax County, where zoning rules for the mini restaurants on wheels have been eased significantly.
The Virginia Department of Transportation says it will pursue High-Occupancy Toll (HOT) Lanes as the way to solve congestion from the Capital Beltway to U.S. 15.
Food trucks could soon be able to park in more locations across Fairfax County.
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