The Town of Vienna will receive all of its water from Fairfax Water by 2015, according to an agreement Town Council approved with the water utility at its Monday meeting.
Though the Vienna Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce has recently dropped Vienna from its name to become the Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce, chamber president Lisa Huffman says the organization will better serve small businesses in Vienna moving forward.
Vienna Police arrested two men and a woman Tuesday afternoon after allegedly witnessing a drug deal in the parking lot behind Outback Steakhouse.
Vienna Police charged a Vienna man with driving while intoxicated, refusal of a breath test and hit-and-run after he allegedy struck a parked vehicle on Patrick Street and fled.
The Vienna Police log included a disruptive motel guest arrested for drunk in public after an officer found him throwing golf clubs and luggage in the parking lot.
Fairfax County Public Schools students largely outperformed their peers on the 2011-2012 Virginia Standard of Learning (SOL) tests, including on more rigorous state math standards introduced for the first time last year.
Fairfax County Public Schools will face a projected $147.9 million deficit in fiscal year 2014 — a gap that would require an 8.8 percent increase in the annual transfer it receives from the county.
Cost-containing measures have left Metro with a $28 million operating surplus for the fiscal year that ended June 30, the organization announced.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors authorized the final sale of $54 million in bonds Tuesday that will help pay for the first phase of the Dulles Metrorail project.
Sharon Bulova, chairman of the Board of Supervisors, talked about poverty and the high cost of housing at a panel discussion at T.C. Williams High.
Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority hosted its second of three public meetings in Reston, discussing toll hikes with residents. But will public opinion be enough to slow the rise in toll road rates?
Transportation funding, federal cuts and the economy were among the topics addressed during a forum with candidates in the 11th congressional district race.
U.S. Senate candidate Tim Kaine and state Sen. Chap Petersen (D-34th District) took a small businesses tour in Fairfax City.