- Chantilly Home Sales: July, 2016 0 comments
- Centreville Home Sales: July, 2016 0 comments
- Fairfax County: Aiming To Reduce Deer Population 0 comments
- Burke, Clifton, Fairfax Station, Lorton Springfield: Area Roundups 0 comments
- Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton hosts first Brewfest 0 comments
- Fairfax: Man Dies After Being Shot by Fairfax Sheriff’s Deputy Outside Inova Hospital 0 comments
- Fairfax County: Aiming To Reduce Deer Population
- Burke, Clifton, Fairfax Station, Lorton Springfield: Area Roundups
- Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton hosts first Brewfest
- Fairfax: Man Dies After Being Shot by Fairfax Sheriff’s Deputy Outside Inova Hospital
- Fairfax County Police Release Name of 2-Year-Old Victim in Murder-Suicide
- 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
- Editorial – Election 2016: Much at Stake Nationally, Locally
- Commentary: Responding to the Zika Threat
- Editorial: Laser Focus on Safety
- Column: New I-66 Exit Lane for Route 28
- Editorial: An Open Letter to Readers and More
- One Step To ‘One Fairfax’
- Senator Kaine Hosts Interfaith Forum
- Fairfax County Budget Approved
- Potential Development of Dulles Suburban Center
- Planning Commission, Community Honors Litzenberger
In July, 2016, 32 homes sold between $915,000-$77,000 in the Chantilly area.
Chantilly Home Sales: July, 2016
In July, 2016, 130 Centreville homes sold between $899,900-$165,500.
Centreville Home Sales: July, 2016
Second Deer Management Program discussion
With an ecosystem struggling to support a deer population several times what’s considered to be healthy for a habitat, Fairfax County is preparing once again to initiate its deer management program.
Rallies for Back to School and Refugees
Springfield Town Center is hosting a pep rally to celebrate students returning to school. The event is scheduled for the Grand Court area of the mall from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m on Saturday, Aug. 20.
Shamara Wilkins of Lorton ventured out of the priceless shade just long enough to get a refreshing top up on her beer-tasting glass from Lorton-based Forge Brew works.