- Play Monopoly and Help Others
- Bird Feed Cafe in Fairfax Station
- Movement Determined to ‘Save the Park’
- From Veterinarian to Art Photographer
- Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman Sharon Bulova Bulova to Create Transparency Review Commission
- Fairfax County Park Authority Passes on Commercial Proposal for Burke Lake Golf Park
- South County Boys’ Basketball Wins First Conference Championship
- Fairfax: Robinson’s DePasquale Escapes Defeat at Regionals
- Fairfax’s Barborek Wins 6A North Region Floor Title
- Town of Clifton Holds First Table Tennis Games
- Letter: Breastfeeding is About Life
- Editorial: Managing Mental Illness in Jails
- Letter: Beneficial Choices
- Column: Staying Ahead of the Feds
- Letter: Failing in Their Duties
- GMU Students Rally to Lower Student Debt
- Commentary: Addressing Sex Trafficking in Northern Virginia
- Puller Will Not Seek Re-election
- Mutiny at the Debate
- Down to the Wire
Annual tournament raises close to $8,000 for Lorton Community Action Center.
On a cold, snow-approaching Saturday, nearly 100 men, women and children hunkered down to play three rounds at the 8th Annual Ron K.’s Monopoly Tournament hosted at the Lorton Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton.
The night before the snowstorm Terrance Moran of Fairfax Station prefilled his bird feeder. Around 7 a.m. a cardinal perched on the deck rail and noticed that seed was available. After eating a few bites the cardinal took off.
Since the beginning of February, the Movement has generated a petition with more than 8,900 signatures and counting to save the Park.
“When the anonymous letter showed up in our neighborhood mailboxes many of us began to wonder and worry. A few of us started talking and soon a meeting was scheduled with Pat Herrity and the Park Authority,” said Leigh Claypool, committee chair of the Save Burke Lake Park movement.
Letter to the Editor
To the Editor: As a fairly new Virginia resident, I like reading your summaries of county and state government actions that impact us all, including the General Assembly’s crossover bills featured in your February 19-25 issue. I’d like to share one more. HB1499 protects mothers who breastfeed their babies in public; Del. Dave Albo is one of the co-patrons.
The Art Guild of Clifton hosted its first art show of 2015 by highlighting the photographs of Jamie Netschert. Netschert started taking photographs as an undergraduate student at Weber State University where he received a degree in Zoology.