Mark Smith of Springfield umpires the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa.
Operation Homefront gives backpacks and school supplies to military families.
Event includes Wheels to Africa bike collection and Bands for Bikes.
Event features 35 craft distilleries and artisan breweries; draws 2,000 visitors.
Burke Cove and Woodwalk Condos hold joint community celebration.
Caleb Himes completes Eagle Scout Project: Builds monarch waystation for butterflies at Kent Gardens Elementary.
Rock opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice runs through Aug. 11 at LTA.
Musical will be performed at Bishop Ireton High School.
Updated version of 1970s musical is told through a millennial lens.
Owner Syed Ahmed re-opens after former shop closed due to eminent domain.
About 4,000 people enjoy fireworks, picnics, food trucks and a DJ at Churchill Road Elementary School.
Residents hear about plans to improve Balls Hill Road and Old Dominion Drive intersection.
On Thursday, June 28, 2018, more than 50 residents got to hear about a $20.5 million plan showing four different options to improve that intersection by Project Manager Gibran Abifadel of the Fairfax County Department of Transportation held at Cooper Middle School.
Just Ask Prevention Project and Airline Ambassadors host reception at Springfield Hilton.
Three people recognized for selfless work at the event held at Saint Luke Catholic Church.
About 50 people take part in the 24-hour national amateur radio event at Burke Lake Park.
Viewpoints: What do you think of the current immigration border crisis and how is your community reacting to it?
50 military moms get free baby gifts, learn baby CPR and other child-care tips.
Former AP at Marshall High has 25 years as an educator.
About 70 church members at Wesley United Methodist package food for the needy.
Was serving as acting principal since September.
Retired teacher Mary Lipsey of Ravensworth tells of the community’s years-long fight to save their land from development.
Was long-time fixture of Burke Town Plaza Shopping Center.
The rain didn’t stop people from having fun at McLean Day 2018.
Assaggi Osteria Pizzeria re-opens on Old Dominion Drive.
Awards given for Optimist International Essay Contest; Oratorical Contest; and Helping Hands Recognition Awards.
About 100 people visit eight different communities of faith in the City of Fairfax.
Sixth annual event sponsored by LCAC, South County Church, and Lorton Library.
Wordless Shakespeare production with intrigue, war, romance, action, madness, and family drama.
125 people party at The Pavilions of Turkey Run at Claude Moore Colonial Farm on May 4.
Stage reading of Jean Koppen’s play at MetroStage.
Fundraiser for the Lamb Center between Mosby Woods and Providence Elementary Schools.
About 400 people attend event sponsored by Supervisor Pat Herrity.
Some 144 individuals and groups honored at Fairfax County Volunteer Service Awards.
Play is a homosexual love story and musical set in small-town Nebraska in 1993.
Local leaders want to convert ownership from Fairfax County Park Authority to Great Falls.
A Pipeline Playwrights’ stage reading on April 30 at MetroStage.
Classic story centers on an invisible 6-and-a-half-foot tall rabbit.
Swim team raises $31,500 to fight breast cancer at South Run Rec Center.
Talent and exotic food on display during CIF’s 8th annual cultural celebration.
Elected officials shared various commendations, greetings and resolutions read into official records.
With dog Angus, members of Virginia Task Force 1 give lecture to OLLI seniors.
Acquires 3.2-acre Stribling Property within Pohick Bay Regional Park.