Rotary Club honors 2020 and 2021 educators of the year
Each year, the Rotary Club of Fairfax recognizes two Fairfax City Schools Teachers of the Year.
Fairfax City Police Lt. Michael Bartholme and Dispatcher Cynthia Tetterton were recently honored with the Military Order of the World Wars (MOWW) Silver Patrick Henry Medal.
The Virginian, a senior-living community in Fairfax, recently hosted the U.S. Submarine Veterans Assn., Northern Virginia Base, as it honored Virginian resident Alvin “Al” Anceravage, 99, on the 75th anniversary of his submarine service in WWII.
Fairfax resident Jennifer Passey was recently honored as the winner of the 2021 Woman of Influence award presented by Fairfax City’s Commission for Women.
Fairfax City Councilman Sang Yi donates salary to two groups
Because of his job and seniority level in the federal government, Fairfax City Councilmember Sang Yi is professionally prohibited from taking a salary for his Council services.
Group honored by Gerry Connolly and City schools
U.S. Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-11) recently honored The Rotary Club of Fairfax for its support of City of Fairfax schools.
Trail named after former Fairfax mayor, John Mason
A future trail to be built in the City of Fairfax was originally expected to be called the Comstock Trail.
Fairfax High School students’ murals adorn Boulevard VI construction site
Multi-use development Boulevard VI is replacing the former Paul VI High School along Fairfax Boulevard in Fairfax City.
With completion of the 2021 General Assembly session, the odd-year political election cycle is upon us in Virginia.
Digital Arts Students Explain their Murals in Fairfax City
Fairfax City Police Lt. Michael Bartholme and Dispatcher Cynthia Tetterton were honored, last Tuesday, March 2, with the Military Order of the World Wars (MOWW) Silver Patrick Henry Medal.
Connect with deeper meaning and adventurous explorers at a special, yet temporary outdoor experience to be unveiled on March 21.
Supervisor Lusk opened the floor to constituents who had a few suggestions.
Seemingly, everyone in Lee District knows the district is named after Robert E. Lee, the head of the Confederacy in the Civil War that ultimately ended the practice of slavery when the southern states lost and the Union won the war.
The Noman M. Cole Jr. Pollution Control wastewater treatment plant was recently recognized for their “Tertiary Filters Rehabilitation Project,” and “Rehabilitation of Three Equalization Basin and Ancillary Facilities,” by the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) in its annual Mid-Atlantic Region awards.
Foundation Coffee Roasters finds success.
Foundation Coffee Roasters may not be the easiest place to find, but customers say it’s definitely worth the effort.
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