Focuses resources in targeted areas
“What a difference a year makes” said Fairfax County Executive Bryan Hill.
Supervisor Alcorn hosts Hunter Mill Town Hall With FCPD
Leadership at the Fairfax County Police Department, Reston District Station are "very proud" of their work but acknowledge there is more work to come.
For us lucky ones, pets are part of our lives.
Months of no hot water for mixed-use Reston condo
It's a losing game in the long run for any condo association to postpone needed maintenance on their buildings or make band-aid fixes.
No one needs to go without a coat.
The Hunter Mill District Winter Coat Closet that Cornerstones ran in partnership with the Hunter Mill District Supervisor’s office continues to be a much-needed resource for the community.
Online map recalls ‘Yes, in my backyard.’
Reston Historic Trust & Museum recently released its online interactive Reston History Map that highlights critical historical sites throughout the community.
Drive-through supports three resources.
“It was quite a day,” said Roberta Gosling of Reston, co-founder of South Lakes High School PTSA Food Pantry.
Good things happen when groups partner.
Herndon-based personal injury attorney Doug Landau of Abrams Landau Law Firm recently met Bamilak Robi, 11, of Reston after he and his family were involved in an automobile crash.
Board adopts Trust Policy barring voluntarily sharing residents' immigrant status
Fairfax County's Board of Supervisors approved in a vote of 9-to1, the Public Trust and Confidentiality Policy (Trust Policy) introduced as a Board Matter on Jan. 26 by Chairman Jeffrey C. McKay and co-sponsored by Supervisors Dalia A. Palchik (D-Providence) and John W. Foust (D-Dranesville).
Students who opt-in would be due back by March 16.
Fairfax County Public School students, whose parents or guardians opt for in-person learning for their children, are headed back to the classroom at least two days a week by March 16.