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- Celebrate the Holiday Season with the Arts at the Workhouse
- For the Perfect Gift, Try Hydrangea of Clifton
- Richard Linsday Receives Friends of the Fairfax Station Lifetime Membership Award
- Rites of Fall
- Lorton Boy Donates Arrowhead to Smithsonian
- Lake Braddock Boys’ XC Wins State Championship
- Lake Braddock Boys’ XC Wins Region Title
- Robinson’s Berman Wins Conference 5 Title
- Lake Braddock Girls’ XC Dominates Conference 7 Meet
- Corbett First Bruin Boy to Run Sub-15
- Editorial: Why Shop Small? Shop Large Locally
- Letter to the Editor: Raising Awareness of Domestic Abuse
- Commentary: Resources and Support for the Caregiver
- Editorial: Thanksgiving Help for Those in Need
- Running Out of Efficacy
- Mutiny at the Debate
- Down to the Wire
- Opinion: Vote ‘Yes’ on Transportation Bond
- Crashing the Parties
- Warner, Gillespie Clash in U.S. Senate Debate
The Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton will open its galleries and studios for extended hours on Black Friday, Nov. 28, from 10 a.m.-7 p.m., offering a free, fun and festive alternative to a day at the mall.
Looking for the perfect holiday gift? Look no further than Hydrangea of Clifton. Owned by Jennifer Heilmann, who ran the former Baskets & Boughs in the same location from 1996-2007, Hydrangea is her new gift and home boutique located on Chapel Road in Clifton.
Friends of the Fairfax Station President, Jack Migliaccio, presented a Lifetime Membership award to Mow Cow Founder and President, Richard Linsday on Sunday, Nov. 16, at the Fairfax Station Railroad Museum.
Viewpoints: What do you like to do during Fall and before the start of the holidays?
As the foliage reached its peak, Fairfax County residents turned to their favorite fall activities before the mad rush of the holidays. At the Burke Farmers Market, which runs until Nov. 22, John and Nancy Menke, of Burke, found a way to keep the fresh and local fruits and vegetables they love throughout the year.
Corbett wins 6A individual title, Murphy is girls’ runner-up.
The Lake Braddock boys' cross country team finished first, girls' took second at state meet.