- Weekend Fun in Fairfax County - April 24-26, 2015 0 comments
- Transurban Begins Grant Program for Express Lanes Corridor Nonprofits 0 comments
- “Can You See Me?” Campaign Shines Spotlight on the Homeless 0 comments
- Local Nonprofit Group Presents 'Perils of the College Drinking Culture' Program 0 comments
- Budget Gets Marked Up 0 comments
- Autumn Wood Wraps Up, New Opportunities at Fallsgate 0 comments
- “Can You See Me?” Campaign Shines Spotlight on the Homeless
- Local Nonprofit Group Presents 'Perils of the College Drinking Culture' Program
- Budget Gets Marked Up
- Fairfax County Pays $2.95 Million to Settle John Geer Wrongful Death Suit
- Langley Case Day Seniors to Attend United States Supreme Court Tuesday
- Board of Supervisors Honored Langley Swim and Dive
- Great Falls: Langley Boys’ Lax Bounces Back From Historic Loss
- Great Falls: Labovitz’s Goals Push Langley Boys' Soccer Past Wakefield
- Letter: Another Honor
- GF Hoops Awards Matthew Poyner Youth Leadership Scholarships
- Editorial: Connection Papers Win Awards
- What to Do About Deer?
- Editorial: Counting Homeless; Solution Is Housing
- Letter: Oak Tree Planting Program Underway
- Editorial: A Big Election Year in Virginia
- Foust Runs for Re-election
- It’s Time for a “Place”
- GMU Students Rally to Lower Student Debt
- Puller Will Not Seek Re-election
- McLean Residents Air Concerns to Legislators
Weekly happenings in Great Falls.
How can homeowners take action.
Are deer a significant enough worry for Northern Virginia landowners that they want reduce deer populations significantly?
Langley senior Eryney Marrogi sat on the judicial bench four seats from U.S. Supreme Court Clerk Gen. William K. Suter, retired. Suter and Marrogi grilled Langley seniors Katherine Cassidy, Madeline Shaw, Cameron Davis and Paul Dell for 15 minutes each.
Great Falls painter Judith St. Ledger-Roty exhibits at Katie’s, shows new Artists' Atelier.
Guests at a reception at Katie's Coffee House at the Old Brogue on April 11 not only got a close-up look at the work of Great Falls painter Judith St. Ledger-Roty, but also a sneak preview of the art studio she and nine others will be opening in May.
Community attends Great Falls park open house.
Guests and residents of Fairfax County attended a free ceremony and open house at Colvin Run Mill in Great Falls the afternoon of Sunday, April 19. In addition to brief remarks made by local and county delegates, the event was an opportunity for visitors to tour the restored and fully operational mill.