Fairfax County News
Lakeside Gallery/Fastframe will close its doors at its South Lakes Village Center on Sept. 30. The store has been at South Lakes for more than 25 years.
A neighborhood trimmed in yellow ribbons mourns the disappearance of a local girl who has been missing for almost two weeks.
Two months after opening, Metro's Wiehle-Reston East Silver Line station has already surpassed first-year ridership projections.
A 69-year-old woman on a bicycle was injured when she was struck by a motorist at Wiehle Avenue near Center Harbor Road on Tuesday morning.
The deliciously disturbing tale kicks off Virginia Opera's landmark 40th-anniversary season.
Fairfax County is looking towards the future of transportation with its new Bicycle Master plan.
Bozzuto Development has filed a proposal with the Fairfax County Planning Commission to redevelop St. John’s Wood, a garden apartment neighborhood with 250 units over nine buildings in North Reston, into a new complex of 635 new apartments and 34 townhomes.
Fairfax County may be expanding the role of some school crossing guards.
Reston Go-Kart racer Ayrton Climo has been released from a Canadian hospital and will continue his rehabilitation at Inova Mount Vernon Hospital.
The issue of later school start times is about to be resolved in the largest public school system in the D.C.-Baltimore metropolitan area after more than a decade of debate.
Fairfax County may be a viable location for many Olympic venues, training centers and athlete and press housing.
In the days immediately following the release of the Ray Rice video, a tsunami of women reached out for help.
There have been two reports of early morning sightings of a large cat over the past couple of days -- possibly a cougar -- near the school.
J.C. Comfort Shoes, located at Plaza America, will close its doors in the next few weeks, the owners said.
A woman was attacked by two men near Columbia Pike Monday night.
OPM plans to end contract with USIS after cyberattack hit major security clearance contractor
Reston Community Center is bringing all things Shakespeare — with a comedic twist — to Reston.
Come the end of this month, U.S. Investigations Services LLC will lose its place on two contracts worth nearly $3 billion and supported by more than half its workforce. Can the Falls Church company survive?
A herd of hired goats won't be working for Reston Association any time soon.
Marriage of newlyweds, ages 96 and 95, faces legal problems; couple wants to stay together
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