Outside or not, thousands gathered for rides, entertainment and food could be a super spreader.
Celebrate Fairfax plans in question
Physical exercise and home safety reduce risk
One of the leading causes of fatal injuries in older adults is falling.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors recognized three local honorees.
School Board members face sensitive voting items.
The week of Oct. 19 held important information for Fairfax County Public Schools families.
Proposal could be a step toward 5,000 unit goal.
Braddock Supervisor James Walkinshaw located prime real estate to create 200-250 family units of affordable housing: two parking lots of the Fairfax Government Center.
Maybe Joe Biden was not your preferred Democratic candidate and you would rather have supported Warren, Klobuchar, Sanders or Buttigieg.
A group of concerned citizens in town has come together to do our part to make our community welcoming for everyone.
Vote NO on the Gerrymandering Amendment
The ballot language in Amendment 1 is confusing.
Historic Haunted Herndon House staged for the season
Bob Mathews and Colleen Delawder are the perfect couple, at least when it comes to their customized Herndon Halloween House on Spring Street.
The 2020 General Assembly Special Session, which first convened on Aug. 18, recessed at 7:15 p.m. Oct. 16.
Voting is a fundamental American right and the basis of our democracy.
Regarding this 2020 election… never mind that President Trump took children away from their parents at our southern border.
The impact of COVID-19 has deepened the economic hardship for residents in the DMV area.
I am just short of 88 years of age and have voted in sixteen elections for president.
Month-long celebration focuses on engaging families in reading, writing and literature
It’s a line from the Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, To Kill a Mockingbird, that is at the heart of the literary philosophy of Anne Briggs, web services and communications librarian at Montgomery College Library.