Interfaith family’s home decorated for both holidays.
More holiday fun in the park this weekend.
35 youngsters, ages preschool to 10, play games, dress up in costumes, and have a ball.
After 19 swastikas spray-painted on building, community rallies behind Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia.
Nationwide online charity based in Burke helps provide food to families in need.
11th Annual Fairfax Out of the Darkness Walk draws 1,200 participants.
Fairfax Station Railroad Museum has special exhibit on origins of the railroad.
Julie Karickhoff of Fairfax starts her own franchise.
$2 million project to be dedicated on Aug. 26, 2020.
Attractions include 150 booth exhibitors, 80 arts and crafters, and five live bands.
Interviews conducted at Pohick Regional Library in Burke.
Event features 35 craft distilleries and artisan breweries; draws 2,000 visitors.
Burke Cove and Woodwalk Condos hold joint community celebration.
About 50 people take part in the 24-hour national amateur radio event at Burke Lake Park.
Retired teacher Mary Lipsey of Ravensworth tells of the community’s years-long fight to save their land from development.
Was long-time fixture of Burke Town Plaza Shopping Center.
Some 144 individuals and groups honored at Fairfax County Volunteer Service Awards.
With dog Angus, members of Virginia Task Force 1 give lecture to OLLI seniors.
Panelists offered explanations of how Trump’s new tax law will affect Americans.
Some 57 special needs students from Robinson, Annandale and Lake Braddock play basketball game.
Students from 23 Fairfax County schools recognized for promoting peace and conflict resolution.
40th annual event held March 9 at the Hilton McLean Tysons Corner.
Receives Sudler Flag of Honor by the John Philip Sousa Foundation.
Senator Tim Kaine attends event on common-sense solutions to gun violence.
Burke Historical Society presents talk on once-vibrant communities that have since faded from view.
More than 50 people meet at Robinson Secondary School in Burke on Feb. 17, 2018.
Pamela Mathieson of Burke Commons wins third place in Uber & 90 Seconds Short Film Festival.
Attorney Ben Glass launches $13,000 initiative to change culture of high school soccer.
200 people attend meeting on silt and dredging options.
Groundbreaking ceremony held Sunday for $17.2 million campus expansion.
Burke Historical Society’s Brian Slawski gives a tour on Burkes around the world.
Noelle Brinley of Terra Centre Elementary retires after 33 years.
Lyme Innovation Team with goal to make disease easy to diagnose wins $5,000 in Hackathon.
Church of the Good Shepherd presents “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.”
Chip and LaVerne Carson give talk at Burke Historical Society meeting.
Santa at Maggiano's
FACETS partners with 50 local faith communities in hypothermia program.
About 300 participants of the Burke/Fairfax CROP Hunger Walk help fundraising goal of $45,000.
Virginia Historical Highway Marker dedicated for Gen. William Brown.
Marker at Pohick Church
Event will feature 40-plus workshops and exhibits.
Historian Lynne Garvey-Hodge talks about events that led to women's right to vote.
250 people help raise $120,000 in fundraiser for Fairfax County Library.
Pohick Library jubilee
Pumpkin Playground at Burke Nursery and Garden Center offers children rides, attractions, and animals.
$82,000 raised during walk around Lake Accotink Park on Saturday.
Lindsay Hill Senior Apartments, a gated community, opens at Spring Hill's renovated Lorton Prison complex.
Lindsay Hill Senior Apartments