- One Month Missing
- Board of Supervisors Urges Action on John Geer Shooting Investigation
- Q&A With Joe Galdo and Marc Harrold
- Crashing the Parties
- Qreitem: Business Citizen of Year
- Dig Pink Returns Home for 10th Anniversary
- ASC to Host Mike Nelms
- Talented Bullis Continues Winning Despite Lack of Depth
- Robinson’s Myers Earns Top-15 Finish at Glory Days Invite
- Fairfax Field Hockey Earns Top Seed in Conference 6 Tournament
- Letter to the Editor: Abject Neglect
- U.S. 1 Transit Study: Time to Speak Up
- Letter to the Editor: Meddling with Free Market
- Letter to the Editor: This Council’s Legacy
- Editorial: Coming - Children’s Connection
- Warner-Gillespie Debate ‘Disappointing’
- Warner, Gillespie Clash in U.S. Senate Debate
- Three Appointed to the Community Center Board
- An Economic Debate
- Waging Upstream Battle Against Mainstream Parties
Mount Vernon-based group persists in police oversight board.
Louis Meyers with the Citizens Coalition for Police Accountability (CCPA) opened the group’s Oct. 6 meeting by saying, “We’re privileged to have a very good police department.”
Supervisors urge action by U.S. attorney.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors decided they’ve exercised enough patience with U.S. Attorney Dana Boente’s office. Now more than 13 months after Fairfax County police shot and killed John Geer, standing unarmed in the doorway of his Springfield home, Board chairman Sharon Bulova addressed the silence from Boente.
Search for Hannah Graham continues.
Over 30 days after second-year UVA student and West Potomac alumna Hannah Graham was last seen on a surveillance tape in Charlottesville’s Downtown Mall, Charlottesville police and the Virginia Department of Emergency Management are continuing their search.
GALDO: At the Department of Energy, I led an effort to have more utilities offer Green power as an option. From the three utilities that had Green pricing programs and attended our first workshops, that expanded to over 80. Now it's hard to find a utility that doesn't offer some Green pricing.
Marc Harrold, Libertarian; Joe Galdo, Green, run for Congress.
Marc Harrold is a self-professed creature of habit. He’s been going to the same bars and restaurants near his Fairfax home for years, where the close friends he’s made there say his great sense of humor and diverse intelligence help him “hold court” and converse easily with anyone, on any subject.