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Fairfax’s Middleridge Celebrates 50th Anniversary

The Middleridge subdivision off Ox Road in Fairfax celebrated its 50th anniversary on Sept. 27.

‘Families Are in Jeopardy of Losing their Homes’

Hugs, handshakes, traveling, and gathering with friends at large events are just some of the things the current pandemic has stopped.

Safety Kits Help Fairfax City Businesses

To protect the business community and prevent the spread of COVID-19, Fairfax City’s Economic Development Office and Economic Development Authority (EDA), will provide City businesses with Fairfax City ReConnected Safety Kits.

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‘High-Quality Care and Education for Children’ in Fairfax City

Main Street Child Development Center helps both students and parents.

Main Street Child Development Center provides affordable childcare for low-income families in Fairfax City and Fairfax County.

Opinion: Commentary: My Voting Vigil

Starting the first of the month, my occasional lonely voting vigil, that started on the Fourth of July, became daily, until, hopefully, the election day.

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‘Good Way to Bring the Community Together’: Centreville, Chantilly Celebrate National Night Out

Because of the pandemic, this year’s annual National Night Out celebration was shifted from the first Tuesday in August to the first Tuesday in October.

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Centreville Day Celebration Begins Oct. 17

Variety of events will be both virtual and in-person.

The 28th annual Centreville Day will be different this year, due to COVID-19, but the community may still participate and enjoy some fun activities.

Sexual Assault Suspect Arrested in Reston

A 21-year-old Reston man is facing felony charges after a woman was assaulted on Oct. 7 in an apartment community.

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ArPets: Neapolitan and Coffee Found Their Forever Home

But more guinea pigs wait at the shelter

Getting a guinea pig was pretty exciting for 6-year-old Will Piper of Vienna.

Homestretch Virtual 5K is Keeping Arlington in Shape

Running a 5K on your own or just donating improves morale

There’s power in numbers.

Dialogues on Race and Equity in Arlington

Amid the national conversation on race, Arlington County is calling on its collective community to participate in steps towards true justice and equity.

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Lorton Landfill Mountain Could Become ‘Fairfax Peak’

Officials delay decision on possible indoor ski slope, looking for more public comments before moving forward.

Indoor Ski Slope

Opinion: Column: “And Awaaay We Go!”

As Jackie Gleason would say as he segued from his monologue into the sketch comedy that followed on his Saturday night entertainment hour on CBS.

Mary Moran Dies at 65

Mary Moran, a longtime Alexandria resident who relocated in recent years to Leonardtown, Md., died Oct. 1 following a brief battle with pancreatic cancer.

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Hiding at the Top of the Ticket

Race for Senate features two-term incumbent versus first-time candidate.

When Mark Warner ran for governor in 2001, opponents knocked him for wanting to be governor without having ever run for office before.