Fairfax County News
Both the homeowner and contractor in the Yelp defamation suit are partially to blame, a jury decides.
A surf-inspired fitness class is 'shore' to get your body in shape and take your mind off of winter.
Students lost parts of their admissions test for Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology because of a computer glitch.
Melinda Ardinger's car completely shut down in the middle of oncoming traffic. She was more than disappointed by the reaction of fellow drivers.
Christopher Dietz is seeking $750,000 in damages from Jane Perez, saying her negative reviews cost him business.
World of Beer is getting things in order to construct its 4,500-square-foot location at The Avant at Reston Town Center.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors needs more time to go over the impact of changes to the Reston Master Plan.
Sunday's Super Bowl poses an immense challenge for security officials, particularly in analyzing the flood of available data to discern a legitimate threat.
The first six months of Virginia's law getting tough on texting while driving reveal a clear trend. Drivers in Northern Virginia are the most likely to be convicted.
After writing a review on Yelp and Angie's List about a local design and contracting firm, Fairfax County resident Jane Perez is being sued for $750,000 in damages by the contractor, Christopher Dietz.
Three lanes of I-95 northbound, past Lorton Road/Exit 163, have reopened.
A major local school system blames "human error" for a glitch in its hiring process that allowed felons to slip through the cracks.
Fashion designer and Take 5 boutique owner Sakina Iskender never expected to be making business decisions based on an episode of TLC's "What Not to Wear."
Capital Bikeshare is on track to expand to Fairfax County and a public meeting this week will give neighbors in Reston, Va. a chance to weigh in.
Students hoping to be accepted to the elite Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology ran into a major glitch Saturday.
A Marriott-branded hotel project planned for Fairfax County's Richmond Highway corridor is months behind schedule and more than $30,000 in the hole as a result of a mistake the size of a small home.
Prince William County Public Schools announced a two-hour delay opening for Friday, Jan. 24.
For hundreds of people at Parliaments Apartments, it was a miserable morning.
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