Fairfax County News
University Mall Theatres wants to replace 500 of its old chairs with new leatherette seats. But it needs the public's help.
2-star general killed in Afghan attack was 34-year Army vet, trained as engineer
Gannett splits publishing and broadcast wings, following Time Warner, News Corp. and Tribune
Cuomo orders flags flown at half-staff on state government buildings for slain New York native
There is a spot at Reston's Lake Anne Plaza that serves authentic Latin American food and is open seven days a week.
The victim, a 20-year-old woman, was working Saturday at a community pool in the Yarling Court area of Falls Church near Lee Highway.
Virginia State Police initiated a traffic stop, which turned into a chase and serious accident on I-66 Saturday.
Independent technical consultant Josh Steinhouse is a self-admitted fan of all things "geek."
The fourth annual Reston Kids Triathlon will ride and run through South Reston on Sunday.
The hemorrhagic disease is half a world away, but when scientists study Ebola and how it spreads, they often look to Reston.
Western Fairfax County returns to it agricultural heritage this weekend when the 66th Annual 4-H Fair and Carnival comes to Frying Pan Farm Park, 2709 West Ox Rd. in Herndon.
Tysons Galleria will count Prada among its list of luxury brand names come Thursday.
Hilton CEO Chris Nassetta talks about the future of room service, Wi-Fi and younger travelers
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved a contract that lets building get underway on the Silver Line's next parking structure.
The plan would have kept the Lorton Construction Landfill open until Dec. 31, 2025.
Metro riders made more than 30,000 trips along the Silver Line Monday, the first weekday of commuter service for the new line.
Fort Belvoir janitors went on strike for a change in how grievances are processed — and for added pay to drive the corporate car?
Janitors for Fort Belvoir will strike Tuesday morning if the Atlanta-based federal contractor they work for refuses to come to the table to renegotiate the terms of their contract.
New technology that puts onstage action right into the laps of patrons could soon change the face of opera.
Learn more about amenities at each Silver Line station, which bus routes will serve the stations and how the new Metro service will affect commuters.
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