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Man dies after being pinned underneath SUV
Police say they are investigating the death of a man who apparently became pinned underneath a Chevrolet Tahoe he was working Man dies after being pinned underneath SUV FAIRFAX, Va.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
Backing The Pack
WBB: 2015 Cole Verbals to State
Six-three Jonquanae Cole of Paul VI high school in Fairfax, Virginia has made a commitment to N. C. State women's basketball according to ESPNW.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Accidental West Springfield Townhouse Fire
Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department 4100 Chain Bridge Rd, Fairfax, Virginia 22030 Phone: 703-246-3801, TTY: 711 and Fax:703-385-1687 Duty PIO : 703-877-3702 fire-rescue.PA-LSE@fairfaxcounty.gov News Release 14-84 Date: August 29, 2014 Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department units responded to a townhouse fire Thursday, August 28, 2014, at ... (more)
Invasive pest first found in Fairfax spreads throughout state
An invasive insect first found in Fairfax County in 2003 has spread across Virginia, threatening the state's ash trees.
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The Virginia Department of Transportation is opening the new third lane on Route 50 in western Fairfax and eastern Loudoun County.
Carl A. Hendriks has been appointed General Manager at Hyatt Ziva...
Playa Hotels & Resorts, B.V. 3950 University Drive, Suite 301 Fairfax, VA 22030 United States Phone: + 1.571.529.6000 Fax: + 1.571.529.6050 Visit Website Carl A. Hendriks has been appointed General Manager at Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall and Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall in Montego Bay, Jamaica Mr. Hendriks will officially assume his position as General Manager ... (more)
New, more rigorous exams continue to keep pass rates down
While county schools fared better than peers across the state on the 2013-14 Standards of Learning exams, they struggled to bounce back from the precipitous scoring drops of the previous year.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Air Force may make Boeing share work on presidential planes
The U.S. Air Force will decide by December whether Boeing will have to share a multibillion-dollar project to provide the next Air Force One jetliner for the president, the service said.
Attorney general hopeful Tolman releases new TV ad
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Fairfax County nonprofit equips students for new school year
Akira Alfaro, 6, gets help filling her backpack with school supplies from Bank of America Volunteer Gina Ganz as Haylee Fernandes, 13, is assisted by Bank of America volunteer Edgar Guerra at the FACETS back-to-school drive on Tuesday in Fairfax.
RVDA Con/Expo Taking Aim at 'Next Generation'
An emerging theme within the ranks of the Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association these days is to better train and engage the next generation of dealer leadership in the intricacies of the RV business and the long-term agenda of the Fairfax, Va.-based trade group.
A Marvel-ous experience
Growing up in Channahon, Ill., Joshua Johnson discovered the amazing adventures of Spider-Man, Captain America and Daredevil and spent endless hours sorting through his comic books.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
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Fairfax County Animal Watch
The following incidents were reported by the animal control section of the Fairfax City Police Department.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Seventeen people suspected of voting in both Fairfax and Maryland during 2012 presidential election
The Fairfax County Electoral Board has referred 17 cases of potential voter fraud to local, state and federal prosecutors for investigation.
American Technology Services Ranked on the Inc. 5000 Honor Roll of...
FAIRFAX, Va., Aug. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- American Technology Services, Inc. ), a leading provider of comprehensive IT services to associations, financial institutions and small & mid-sized businesses, today announced that it is once again listed on Inc. magazine's 33 annual Inc. 500 5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation's ... (more)
LDS Congregations Conducting Food Drive for Area Food Banks Sept. 13
Day to Serve began in 2012 as a collaboration between the governors of Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and the mayor of Washington, DC.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Mrs. Green's Natural Market in Fairfax to Close
Mrs. Green's will be closing its store in Fairfax on Sept. 13, according to a company employee; the store opened in January.
The Washington Post
Lessons for us all in McDonnellsa marriage problems
There's an excuse people love to use as the reason they picked up the National Enquirer in the grocery line or used to watch "Jersey Shore" with their teenagers.
5 companies handling $44M contract including Naval Hospital Jacksonville work
Five small businesses, including one from Orlando, have been selected to bid on providing $44.2 million in physician services at Naval Hospital Jacksonville and seven other Navy hospitals.
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Major Donation for Restoration of Historic Robert E. Lee Property Fills Funding Need
On July 17, billionaire and history buff David Rubenstein announced that he would be contributing $12.3 million toward the restoration of Confederate General Robert E. Lee's home in Arlington, Virginia.