- Chantilly Home Sales: June, 2016 0 comments
- Centreville Home Sales: June, 2016 0 comments
- Senior Dogs: Untold Stories 0 comments
- Fairfax County: Non-profit Our Daily Bread Changes Name To Britepaths 0 comments
- Centreville, Chantilly, Fairfax, Springfield: Pokémon Go event hosted at Sully government center 0 comments
- Fairfax County: School Board Work Session Draws Transgender Regulation Protesters 0 comments
- Senior Dogs: Untold Stories
- Fairfax County: Non-profit Our Daily Bread Changes Name To Britepaths
- Centreville, Chantilly, Fairfax, Springfield: Pokémon Go event hosted at Sully government center
- Fairfax County: School Board Work Session Draws Transgender Regulation Protesters
- Centreville Snapshot: Scouting
- Piranhas at Relay Carnival
- Looking Back at Two State Championships
- Riptide Passed by the Cruisers
- Piranhas Face Country Club Hills
- Chantilly: Viewing Party for Chloe Hicks
- Centreville Letter: Financial Literacy – A Big Concept for Small Learners
- Editorial: Voting, for Former Felons and Others
- Letter: Support WFCM In Its Move
- Chantilly Letter: Action on CO2 Emissions
- Editorial: Be Part of Our Annual Community Guide
- Senator Kaine Hosts Interfaith Forum
- Fairfax County Budget Approved
- Potential Development of Dulles Suburban Center
- Planning Commission, Community Honors Litzenberger
- Lawmakers Wrap-up Richmond Legislative Session
In June, 2016, 32 homes sold between $916,000-$194,000 in the Chantilly area.
Chantilly Home Sales: June, 2016
In June, 2016, 134 Centreville homes sold between $1,070,000-$183,000.
Centreville Home Sales: June, 2016
With Fairfax County Police officers blocking traffic, dozens of community members crossed Stonecroft Boulevard in front of the Sully District government center in Chantilly.
Supervisors discuss independent oversight recommendations from Ad Hoc Commission.
Details of an independent auditor for Fairfax County police and a civilian panel to review cases of alleged FCPD abuse of authority or misconduct are still being hammered out. However there was general agreement among County Supervisors at the July 19 Public Safety Committee meeting that they are in favor of moving forward with the recommendations from the Ad Hoc Police Practices Review Commission to create both entities for accountability.
Virginia State Police have charged three men on various charges in relation to two separate incidents at the same scene along Interstate 66 near Exit 52 in Fairfax County on June 29.