- Dulles Now Screening for Deadly Virus
- Trick or Treat, Great Falls!
- Celebrating Arts in Great Falls
- Fractured Shaft Stops Colvin Run Mill
- Connect Four
- Andrejev Leads Langley Volleyball Team
- Vienna Broncos Start the Season 4-0
- George Mason Holds 3rd Patriot
- Chantilly Volleyball Beats Defending State Champ
- Langley Volleyball Coach Shifflett Reaches 300 Wins
- Letter: Changing Status Quo
- Letter: Not ‘Holding the Line’
- Letter: A Price of Obamacare
- Letter: How To Save the Trees?
- Self-Indulgent or Self-Effacing
- Warner, Gillespie Clash in U.S. Senate Debate
- ‘A Personal Touch’
- Voting Early, Absentee
- New Voter Identification Requirements
- Former Delegate Vince Callahan Dies at 82
Your guide to entertainment in Fairfax County.
For those looking to fill their calendar with some home-brewed, Fairfax County fun stuff (read: entertainment and diversion), The Connection's Fairfax County Entertainment Calendar has many options: weekend jaunts and larks; date night inspiration; winter-to-spring fun; day-long festivals and events; art-outings; family fun-and-learning fusions; plays and shows; beyond-Small Business Saturday local shopping and bazaars; markets of handcrafted wares; music; 1Ks to marathons... the list goes on. If you know of an event not listed in our entertainment calendar, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org for happenings in south Fairfax County or email@example.com for entertainment in the northern parts of the county.
Local hospitals to treat ill passengers arriving from Africa.
Dulles International Airport was one of five airports in the nation to begin screening for Ebola last Thursday. The Center for Disease Control and Protection trained staff to check all passengers arriving from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone to check for signs of illness to prevent more passengers from infecting others during their daily interactions.
Langley High School students learn safety through simulator.
Hanna Hunt was behind the wheel, phone in hand. When a text popped up, she had a choice. Would she answer it? Hunt, a senior at Langley High School, was playing a simulated driving game during lunch, so when she “crashed” her car earlier that day, she walked away with zero consequences. The simulator was a part of the school’s theme of the year - road safety - in partnership with AT&T’s It Can Wait campaign to give students a reality check on Oct. 16 for how texting on their phone affects their driving.
Despite knee injury, senior totals 17 kills in loss to undefeated Madison.
Rachel Andrejev is a standout for the Langley volleyball team.
Area youth experience camping and the outdoors at the National Park.
Camping and camp fires are strictly prohibited on the grounds of the Wolf Trap National Park.