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- Fairfax Station: New Christ Church to open in August
- Baptist Youth Campers Repair Lorton Homes
- Fairfax County Police Release Updated In-Car Video Program Guidelines
- Lorton Woman Reportedly Robbed and Touched Inappropriately
- Burke, Fairfax, Lorton and Springfield: Synchronized Swimmers Compete in North Carolina
- Burke: Lake Braddock Grad Owens Plays in Ripken League All-Star Game
- Q&A: Woodson Grad Breslin to Play Soccer at R-MC
- Q&A: Rowlett Competes in Under Armour All-America Game
- Burke: Robinson Girls’ Lacrosse Wins First VHSL State Title
- Burke: Injured Moore Helps Robinson Boys' Lacrosse Win State Title
- Editorial: What’s Special about Your Community?
- Editorial: Backpacks for All
- Letter: Celebrating Marriage Equality
- Editorial: Yes to Nonpartisan Redistricting
- TJ Grad Hits Bulls Eye Against Lyme Disease
- Transportation Forum Discusses Options and Obstacles
- GMU Students Rally to Lower Student Debt
- Commentary: Addressing Sex Trafficking in Northern Virginia
- Puller Will Not Seek Re-election
- Mutiny at the Debate
In June, 2015, 102 homes sold between $1,320,000-$128,000 in the Clifton, Fairfax Station and Lorton area.
Clifton, Fairfax Station and Lorton Home Sales: June, 2015
Jeff Moten started the week with 31 teenagers on his lawn. Baptist youth from around Virginia arrived at his Lorton property around 9 a.m. on Monday, July 13. By 10, they had cleared much of the natural overgrowth in his front and back yards, begun stripping his home’s roof and removing debris from a rear room where the floor had collapsed.
Goalkeeper enjoys eating calamari, watching ‘Braveheart.’
Q&A with Woodson graduate Brian Breslin.
One voice carries a melody in Arabic through the two-story hall of the Islamic Center Northern Virginia Trust, as over a hundred men bow their heads to the carpeted ground.
Fairfax resident Dani Weinberg thought she wanted to be a journalist. That was until she joined the crew of her high school’s television program “Good Morning Robinson.” Combined with her photography for the Robinson Secondary School newspaper, Weinberg started getting “really into film.”