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America’s Founding Fathers as Ordinary Humans

Woodson High presents its Cappies musical, ‘1776.’

Featuring a cast and crew of 90, plus a 25-person pit orchestra, Woodson High’s upcoming musical, “1776,” is also its Cappies entry.

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Singers, Dancers, Musicians, Actors, Artists and More

Fairfax City’s Spotlight on the Arts is April 25-28.

Music, dance, theater and art will all be featured during Fairfax City’s 39th annual Spotlight on the Arts festival. It runs for four days, April 25-28, at various venues throughout the City and has a spectacular lineup of entertainment for all tastes and ages.

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Fallen Vietnam War Veterans Are Remembered

Honoring their ‘unwavering courage, resilience, dedication to duty.’

Vietnam Veterans

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Land-Use Group Holds Supervisor’s Feet to the Fire

Committee and MWAA explain their opposition to Agape plan.

It’s one thing to deliberately misrepresent a group’s opinion about a project and another to use that opinion to help sway a vote.

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County Supervisors OK ‘Worthy Project in Bad Location’

Affordable, senior housing to be built near busy Dulles runway.

Airplane route

National Vietnam War Veterans Day Event

News Briefs

CORE and THRIVE Advancing Businesses in Fairfax County

This week, the County proudly introduces Fairfax CORE (Connecting Opportunities and Resources for Entrepreneurs), a groundbreaking online platform designed to empower business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs in Fairfax County, including the towns of Clifton and Vienna and cities of Fairfax and Falls Church.

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Rob Stalzer Retires as Fairfax City Manager

Reflects on his career in public service and gives thanks.

City Manager Retires

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Laszlo Palko Hired as Fairfax City Manager

He formerly held that post in Manassas Park.

He formerly held that post in Manassas Park.

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New Life Breathed into Historic Building

Fairfax City welcomes Commonwealth Brewing Co.


Donate Supplies to The Lamb Center

The Lamb Center, a nonprofit, daytime drop-in center for the homeless, needs the following supplies

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A Culinary Tour of the World in Fairfax City

Winter Restaurant Week is Feb. 26-March 3.

It’s always a good time to visit Fairfax City – but especially during Restaurant Week. That’s when both locals and visitors get a chance to enjoy delicious meals at the City’s restaurants for lower-than-normal prices.

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City of Fairfax Mourns its Former Mayor

John Mason: ‘Gifted leader’ and champion of the arts.

Mayor dies

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Mason Is Praised for Regional Leadership

Friends, colleagues recall his governance and consensus-building.

Besides all he did for the City of Fairfax, former Mayor John Mason also played an important part in the county and region.

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Snapshot of John Mason’s Life and Legacy

Born Jan. 27, 1935, in Springfield, Mass., John Mason had a distinguished, 20-year career in the U.S. Army before retiring as a colonel in 1976.