Fairfax County News
Fairfax judge says Va. law that gives preference to ordained ministers unfair to Sikhs
Police say they have found a potential lead in the serial groper case in Fairfax County. It comes from a video taken at a store in the Kingstowne Shopping center during a groping incident on March 28.
Drivers will get a chance to use the Beltway Express Lanes for free this April 6 and April 7, a move the lanes' operating company hopes will allow drivers to become more familiar with the toll lane.
Fairfax County officials are asking the state to create a special county license plate. But residents of Virginia's most populous county don't seem too interested.
Three Vienna teens are charged with disorderly conduct and destruction of property after Fairfax County Police say they smashed gallons of milk and juice in several grocery stores.
The man walking around Northern Virginia groping women has apparently struck again.
A groping incident in Springfield, Va., may be related to a series of similar crimes, say Franconia Police officers.
Two popular express bus routes connecting Reston to the Pentagon and Crystal City have been saved from the chopping block.
A brand new $11 million firehouse, almost ready for fire trucks and firefighters, may not open for business until 2015.
Fairfax County Police are searching for a man who held up a woman at an ATM near Tyson's Corner using a shotgun.
On the roads, deer can be a hazard. In parks, they threaten some native plants. But in kitchens for the hungry, they provide a valuable food source.
Children and adults celebrated their fight for life and their friendship during a 5K race in Fairfax Saturday.
The Filene Center at Wolf Trap in Vienna, Va. is offering a wide variety of performances this year, including soul, rock, comedy and full-fledged theater productions.
A Sterling, Va., man has won $1 million on a scratch-off lottery ticket.
A special committee recommends significant changes to Fairfax County Public Schools' "zero tolerance" discipline program.
After complaints that people were feeling sick and having difficulty breathing, environmental health engineers found mold in a few classrooms at Herndon High School.
A new report says counties and municipalities in Northern Virginia tend to be healthier than their counterparts in the southern part of the state.
Fairfax County Supervisor Pat Herrity wants the county to consider selling the air rights above the new Silver Line and to use the proceeds to reduce tolls on the Dulles Toll Road.
Inova Health System has backed down from its plan to close children-care centers at three of its hospitals following protests from employees.
A bipartisan commission in Fairfax County offered 50 recommendations the county could enlist to shorten lines at the polls,