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‘Courage in Journalism’

Kemal Kurspahic dies at 74.

Kemal Kurspahic dies at 74.

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One Small Step

Man’s greatest journey continues to inspire.

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Fairfax County Fire Chief John Butler

The road from Liberia to Fairfax County, with vision to regain the reins of an organization bruised by claims of bullying and harassment.

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‘Encore Kids!’

Nonprofit looks to bring pilot music program to K-2 classrooms.

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Buddy Walk 2017

DSANV event raises funds, awareness for Down syndrome.

DSANV event raises funds, awareness for Down syndrome.

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Take It to the Limit

Joe Walsh and friends kick off VetsAid at Eagle Bank Arena.

Joe Walsh and rockers play for vets

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Inauguration Day

Local officers provide security for inaugural events.

More than 100 officers from the Fairfax County Police Department assisted in security during Inauguration Day activities Jan. 20 in Washington, D.C. as Donald Trump was sworn in as 45th President of the United States.

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Citizens to the Rescue

Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Academy accepting applications.

The Fairfax County Citizens Fire and Rescue Academy, a free nine-week program to learn about the work of firefighters and paramedics, will begin its next session March 12, with the deadline for online applications closing on Feb. 16.

Tales of Triumph

Dominion Power's Johnson launches new book.

Sherman Parker was only 14-years-old when he was selected as one of two African American students to desegregate King George County schools in rural Virginia in the 1960s. Shunning a police escort, he still remembers the angry crowds that greeted him on his first day of school.

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Glassman Honored as Legionnaire of the Year

Vietnam veteran first to win award in history of Post 24.

Lorton resident Jim Glassman walked into American Legion Post 24 on July 25 expecting the executive committee meeting he was attending to be routine.

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