Police, neighbors build trust; celebrate National Night Out.
National Night Out in Springfield
Throw Shine messages captured on Mars Candy video.
Pay It Forward with Candy Bars Goes Viral at West Springfield
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Springfield Father's Day
Thousands of motorcyclists meet at Patriot Harley-Davidson on Memorial Day weekend.
Motorcycles ride in Fairfax
Fashion show at Sheperd's Center.
Springfield Photographer Receives ‘Best in Show’ Honor
Veterans of Foreign Wars recognize Teachers of the Year.
Men said to be detained after leaving Mount Vernon shelter.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Mount Vernon.
Five-year plan includes three new elementary schools and one new high school.
This year, Fairfax County Public Schools experienced one of the smallest annual enrollment increases in nearly a decade: 1,368 students, compared to the average of 2,400 since the 2008-09 school year, bringing the total to 187,202.
Commentary Scott Surovell State Senator (D-36)
The General Assembly Session is in full gear and legislation has begun to move through the process as we start to take action on 3,000 bills.
South County graduate excels at the University of Alabama.
“My first year, I performed at a high level, physically; I could do more pushups and sit-ups than anyone, but tactically I was young and wasn’t up to par with them. When I heard I didn’t make the starting nine last year, it got to me. I went from being the alternate or 10th or 11th man to being one of the guys recognized for helping our team win the state competition this year.”
In his first State of the School report, Principal Dan Phillips praised Providence Elementary School staff, students and parent community declaring, “Providence is a very, very special school.”
Atkins starts classes, football practice at University of Virginia.
Lake Braddock Secondary School’s former star football player, Lamont Atkins, was announced as the 2016-2017 Gatorade Virginia Player of the Year.
Supervisor Storck leads inaugural cross-district bike ride
“I wanted to get a ride in this year,” Storck told a group of 20 to 30 riders, himself bundled up in several layers and a neon green high-visibility jacket. The objective, Storck said, was to tour some of the trails and roadways running through Mount Vernon District, and along the way discuss some of the near to distant development plans for the area.