Fairfax County News
Food- and beverage-based retail continues to grow in Merrifield's Mosaic District as wine shop Swirl & Sip opened last week.
After two years roaming Franconia on his own, Biscuit is happy in his new home.
A Clifton man died in a car crash Monday morning, Fairfax County police say.
landmark multibillion-dollar transportation funding plan in Virginia is now posing a problem for lawmakers: how to spend the money in Fairfax County, since traffic is so bad that a $1.2 billion infusion of that money will maybe cover half of what needs fixing.
Saturday morning, a crowd of other U.S. Park Police officers and supporters gathered for the 120-mile Polar Bear Poker Run, a motorcycle ride benefited Officer Billy Brancato, who suffered a life changing injury while on duty nearly two years ago.
Two people are dead after an early-morning shooting in Chantilly, Va.
A young driver plowed her vehicle into a Fairfax County house early Monday morning.
As quickly as the technology world has changed, the pace is expected to speed up as mobile applications become more prevalent. Many of the tech world's big players are coming to a summit next month in Tysons Corner.
Exxon Mobil places Fairfax, Va. campus up for sale as company prepares to move 2,100 jobs
Parking revenues reveal economic disparities in high schools across Fairfax County
Prosecutors will pursue Justin Wolfe's capital murder charges. Wolfe could also face additional charges in a new trial.
Virginia high school football coach apologizing after kicking band off the field during game
A new safety program helps older drivers feel more comfortable behind the wheel.
The Girl Scouts are at odds with the community of Oakton, Va., over their request to build a storage facility in the area.
A Fairfax County judge sentenced Julio Miguel Blanco Garcia of Falls Church, Va., to 49 years for the first-degree murder of college student Vanessa Pham, 19, of Vienna, Va.
Kirkland Stewart, 68, died in the townhouse fire in the 6900 block of Deer Run Drive around 4 a.m. Nov. 7.
Unwanted items lying around the house could help Philippine typhoon victims as well as members of the U.S. military headed for the disaster zone.
With 146 votes separating them, GOP and Democratic AG candidates dig in, name transition teams
With winter around the corner, the Salvation Army and other organizations that help the homeless are gearing up for what some forecasters say will be a frigid season.
Democrat Herring widens lead over Republican Obenshain in Va.'s nail-biting race for AG
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