- County Names Police Auditor
- Centreville Woman Seeks Her Missing Daughter, 16
- Protesting ICE Action
- 'Well Earned and Well Deserved'
- Fairfax County NAACP Hosting Community Gathering
- Fabric Place Basement Alexandria Grand Opening
- New Addition to Middleburg Real Estate/Atoka Properties
- Wildcats Defeat Chargers
- First in State for 200 Free Relay
- Hornets Sting Bulldogs
- Westfield Girls Varsity Falls to Oakton 54-44
- Centreville Defeats Chantilly 44-41
- 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
- Commentary: Stand with Us in Challenging Times
- Era of the Iron Fist: How Did Democrats Rule the House of Delegates?
- Saffoori Honored as Officer of the Month
- 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
New Fairfax County police auditor
The NAACP of Fairfax County is hosting a community and Black History Month commemoration on Saturday, Feb. 25.
Covanta spokesperson James Regan said one Fairfax County Fire engine remained at the Covanta Fairfax Waste to Energy Facility on Furnace Road in Lorton to assist with the process of removing waste from the refuse pit and tipping floor, to ensure all the hot spots are doused. A two-alarm blaze began there Thursday evening, Feb. 2.
Richard G. Schott, a 27-year veteran of the FBI, was appointed by the Board of Supervisors to be Fairfax County’s first-ever independent police auditor.