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Braddock District Holds Town Hall Meeting

More than 50 people meet at Robinson Secondary School in Burke on Feb. 17, 2018.

‘We Either Pay Now or Later’ in City of Fairfax

Public Works, Transportation, Fire and Police CIP proposals.

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‘The End of an Era for the City’ of Fairfax

Councilman Jeff Greenfield not running for reelection.

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Valentine’s Day and Volunteers

Seniors learn about opportunities to serve their community.

Virginia Senate Might Torpedo Medicaid Expansion

Democrats still need to flip one more GOP senator to make it happen.

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Gun Debate on Lockdown in Virginia

Democrats unable to gain traction on reform, despite new numbers in House.

When lawmakers arrived in Richmond last month, Democrats were hopeful that they would be able to use their new numbers to gain some traction on the gun debate. Now that the session is half over and the nation is reeling from yet another mass shooting, very little of their agenda has been accomplished at the Capitol.

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Northern Virginia’s Report Card Unveiled

“Shape of the Region” Conference reviews area’s Opportunity Index and gathers leaders to discuss successes and challenges.

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Diving into Black History with Books

Local educators suggest books to read in celebration of African American History Month.

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Candlelight Vigil for Florida Shooting Victims

Protesters at NRA headquarters decry killings, demand lawmakers pass laws to stem gun violence.

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Editorial: Another Assault on Common Sense

Perhaps this time might be different.

Commentary: Encroachment in the Parks in Fairfax County

Fairfax Home Sales: January, 2018

In January, 2018, 49 Fairfax homes sold between $1,490,000-$155,000.

Fairfax Home Sales: January, 2018

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The Varsity Soccer Sportsmanship Challenge

Attorney Ben Glass launches $13,000 initiative to change culture of high school soccer.

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Fairfax County Community Comes Through for Britepaths

Area residents help Stuff the Bus for hungry families.

Fairfax City Projects on the Horizon

Schools, Parks and Recreation, share their CIP proposals.


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