Fairfax County News
The head of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors is confident that disagreements over the funding deal for the first phase of the Dulles Rail project will be worked out.
Fairfax Water says it has the lowest rates in the region, but tens of thousands of people who live near the cities of Falls Church or Fairfax, or the Town of Vienna, get their water from those smaller, local utilities, and pay a higher rate.
Roads, taxes, money for families and the disabled -- just some of the things Fairfax County citizens say the General Assembly should tackle when they get back to work this week.
Fairfax County is seeking public input as it prepares to hire a new county executive to replace retiring Anthony Griffin.
A Virginia woman was sentenced Friday to 35 years for throwing her 2-year-old granddaughter off a sixth-level walkway at a busy shopping mall, a murder the judge called "almost beyond comprehension."
How would you spend $85 billion? Here's your chance to put in your two cents.
The D.C.-area's two largest school systems say they tailor health plans to individual students who suffer from potentially deadly allergies.
WTOP has learned the new HOT lanes on the Capital Beltway will be formally designated as "Express Lanes" on highway signs, with an E-Z Pass logo positioned alongside.
What would you do with a million dollars? A Maryland man is facing that dilemma after winning big in a Virginia lottery.
Another local Iraq war veteran finds himself in a dispute with a zoning board over a backyard treehouse.
A body found near the Belle Haven Marina in the Potomac River Monday morning is that of a 23-year-old Alexandria man, Fairfax County police say.
Getting discounts on prescription drugs might be easier than you think, especially in Fairfax County where they've partnered with ProAct.
A man wearing either a gray suit or a tuxedo pulled out a handgun early Sunday and robbed the Denny's on Fairfax Boulevard.
orthrop Grumman Corp. will phase out by 2015 two programs intended to lure executives with supplemental retirement contributions, according to a Dec. 21 report filed with the Securities Exchange Commission
A private school in Baltimore that teaches cooking skills and hospitality management is handing over control of its operations to a Virginia University.
It is a strange series of crimes -- young women slashed on their rear ends as they shopped at area malls. Now, the man who police think is responsible has turned up in another country.
Col. David Rohrer, Chief of Fairfax County Police
A ramp linking two important commute routes in the heart of Tysons Corner in northern Virginia has reopened.
The funeral service for United States Park Police Sergeant Michael Boehm will be held today in Burke, Va. and police are warning area drivers to expect traffic.
A U.S. Park Police sergeant who died on duty as he responded to an injured man in the District of Columbia is being laid to rest.