- Fairfax County Ad Hoc Commission Subcommittees Report 0 comments
- Fairfax: Special Grand Jury Begins Hearing Testimony in John Geer Case 0 comments
- Fairfax County School Board Honors Retiring Leaders, Adopts Budget Review and Audit Plan 0 comments
- Chantilly: Westfield Grad Wants to Bring Back Girls’ Golf Team 0 comments
- Commentary: Scrap Toll Plan 0 comments
- Centre View: Troop 1548: Through All Kinds of Weather 0 comments
- Fairfax County Ad Hoc Commission Subcommittees Report
- Fairfax: Special Grand Jury Begins Hearing Testimony in John Geer Case
- Fairfax County School Board Honors Retiring Leaders, Adopts Budget Review and Audit Plan
- Centreville: Homes Instead of Offices at Trinity Centre
- Centreville/Chantilly Roundups for the Week of July 29
- Chantilly: Westfield Grad Wants to Bring Back Girls’ Golf Team
- Q&A: Centreville Grad Newell To Play Lacrosse at JMU
- Q&A: UNC-Bound Wakefield Plays in All-America Game
- Centreville: Local Woman Carries Special Olympics Torch
- Burke: Injured Moore Helps Robinson Boys' Lacrosse Win State Title
- Commentary: Scrap Toll Plan
- Letter: ‘Is Nothing Sacred?’
- Letter: Issues over Improving I-66
- Editorial: What’s Special about Your Community?
- Letter: A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing
- Centreville: ‘She Started Shoving Me’
- Letter: Promote Freedom
- Centreville/Chantilly: Frey Says, ‘It’s Been A Good Run’
- Letter: Celebrating Marriage Equality
- Chantilly: Sully Police Honor Compher
“It is well past time for the Fairfax County Police Department to start providing timely, honest and effective communications with everything it does.” When former director of Fairfax County public affairs Merni Fitzgerald delivered the final report and recommendations of the communications subcommittee of the Fairfax County ad hoc commission to review police practices, commissioner Joseph Cammarata responded immediately to those words in report’s introduction.
Kara Moore recalls the benefits of golf during her time at Westfield.
Kara Moore was a four-time regional qualifier for the Westfield girls' golf team.
Certified technicians from the Sully District Police Station will perform free, child safety carseat inspections Thursday, July 30, from 5-8:30 p.m., at the station, 4900 Stonecroft Blvd. in Chantilly.
Police PFC Earl Culbertson is honored as the Officer of the Month.
Reliable, a team player and a skilled motorcycle rider — that’s how Lt. Tim Burgess describes police PFC Earl D. Culbertson. In fact, as Culbertson’s supervisor, Burgess thinks so highly of him that he nominated him for Officer of the Month.
The following incidents were reported by the Fair Oaks District Police Station.