- Elementary Schools Prepare for New School Year
- Week in Fairfax
- Wake Up Call
- FCPS Inducts 1,200 New Teachers
- Winston’s Unveils New Heating and Air Conditioning Company
- Robinson’s Obregon to Play Lax at Maryland
- Playing to Win
- Vossler Latest to Lead Robinson Football Program
- Robinson Grad Pinkston to Play Football at R-MC
- World Cup Fever
- Editorial: Accountability for Police in Northern Virginia
- All Write For Now
- Letter: Why Join the Climate Change Debate?
- Write Now, I Just Don’t Know
- Homelessness: Source of Trauma for Children
- Getting Drenched to Help Others
- One-Way or Two-Way?
- City to Participate in Charrette
- City Council Mulls Traffic Changes
- School Board Funds Full Day Mondays
Weekly happenings in Fairfax.
Three Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) teachers and the Technology and Engineering Education program at Fairfax High School have been recognized for excellence by the Virginia Technology and Engineering Education Association (VTEEA).
Dressed in green and gold and bursting with energy, George Mason University alumna and Washington, D.C. television news reporter Angie Goff woke up the City of Fairfax starting at 4:30 on Aug. 14 with live broadcasts near George Mason's main campus that aired on the NBC affiliate News4.
“Great Beginnings” program at South County High School prepares new and transferring teachers for their first week.
As summer vacation in Fairfax County winds down, the hallways and classrooms at South County High school are already buzzing. Beginning Aug. 18, roughly 1,200 new and returning teachers — as well as those new to the school system — took part in a week-long induction program called “Great Beginnings: The Next Generation.”
Farmers Market at Government Center is a hit with the customers.
Whether customers are looking for juicy peaches, ripe tomatoes, coconut cupcakes or homemade ice cream, they’ll find all those things and more at the farmers market at the Fairfax County Government Center.