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- Chairman Sharon Bulova Responds to Federal Budget Proposal 0 comments
- Connolly’s 23rd St. Patrick’s Day Fête Rallies Dems Against Trump 0 comments
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- Fairfax Weathers Late Winter Snow
- Committed to Peacemaking
- Fairfax County Board Appoints Police Civilian Review Panel
- Prayer Vigil at ICE Office
- County Names Police Auditor
- The Connection HomeLifeStyle Real Estate and Remodeling Focus
- Fabric Place Basement Alexandria Grand Opening
- New Addition to Middleburg Real Estate/Atoka Properties
- Lake Braddock’s Atkins Selected Virginia Player of the Year
- Bumped, Bruised, Better
- From the Beginning to the End
- Burke, Lorton, Springfield: Lake Braddock Running Back Signs for University of Virginia
- 2007 West Springfield Grad Competed in Olympic Rowing
- Editorial: Good, Bad and Missed Opportunities
- Opinion: Budget Season in Fairfax County
- Letter to the Editor: Riding/Boarding Stable Definition Changes: Citizen Vigilance Now Necessary
- Crossing Guard Appreciation Day Feb. 8
- Commentary: First Amendment Is Alive and Well
- Coal Ash Bill Passes
- Era of the Iron Fist: How Did Democrats Rule the House of Delegates?
- Angry Birds on the Road: Lawmakers to Crack Down on On-the-Road Screen Time
- Angry Birds on the Road: Lawmakers Want to Crack Down on Screen Time
- Victims of Tribe-For-Rent Scam to Get $15 Million Payout in Settlement Agreement
In February, 2017, 97 Springfield homes sold between $860,000-$145,000.
Springfield Home Sales: February, 2017
Weather Service announces snowfall totals, most saw 2-3 inches
Snowpocalypse 3.0 it wasn’t. Though Fairfax County was included in a winter storm warning Monday and Tuesday, March 13 and 14, the snow that fell only managed to close schools and cancel trash, recycling and yard waste pickup, but didn’t shut down local government.
Student Peace Awards of Fairfax County reception honors activists and advocates.
Suraya Sadeed said hearing more than 20 stories of students promoting peace in and out of their schools made her believe “there is still hope for a brighter future.”
Residents can submit complaints concerning allegations of abuse of authority or misconduct by Fairfax County police through the panel.
The ongoing goal of increased transparency and accountability for the Fairfax County Police Department now has nine fresh faces. On Tuesday, Feb. 28, the Board of Supervisors announced its appointees to the inaugural Civilian Review Panel, one of the recommendations of the Ad Hoc Police Practices Review Commission.
The NAACP of Fairfax County is hosting a community and Black History Month commemoration on Saturday, Feb. 25.