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The county seat of Fairfax County in Virginia is the appropriately named "Fairfax," and it's located in Northern Virginia. King Charles once awarded Thomas Fairfax, the sixth Lord Fairfax of Cameron, five million acres in Northern Virginia – hence, the city named Fairfax. Fairfax was ranked third in the "Top 25 Places to Live Well" by Forbes Magazine in May of 2009. SunTrust Bank and Verizon Wireless services are two of the biggest employers in the area.

Population: 24702
Local Newspapers: Fairfax Connection Washington Post
Local Sports Teams: Fairfax Eagles George Mason Patriots
Local Colleges: George Mason University

Zip Codes associated with fairfax, virginia: 20151 20152 22030 22031 22032 22033 22034 22035 22036
Towns/Cities near fairfax, virginia : Oakton Mantua Burke Vienna Centreville

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InfinityQS Presents Alternative to Quality "Firefighting"

Changing mindset in manufacturing Quality Management provides an opportunity for quality professionals to shift to a strategic, proactive approach that benefits their companies and their careers / EINPresswire.com / -- FAIRFAX, VA-- - InfinityQSA International, Inc. , the global authority on data-driven enterprise quality, advises manufacturers to reconsider their approach to Quality Management. By moving out of "firefighting" mode and into a proactive, data-driven mindset, quality professionals can solve problems more quickly -- or even prevent them in the first place.

McCain should identify $37 billion of cuts to pay for proposed boost in defense spending

Feb. 28, 2017, Fairfax, Va.-Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today in a statement responded to Sen. John McCain's complaint that President Trump's proposed defense spending is not large enough , "With a world on fire, America cannot secure peace through strength with just 3 percent more than President Obama's budget. We can and must do better": "President Donald Trump, in proposing a $54 billion increase in defense spending over the coming years , has done the fiscally responsible thing and found $50 billion of offsetting non-defense budget cuts to help pay for it.

11th Congressional District Democratic Honorees Announced

More than 100 attendees and U.S. Rep. Gerry Connolly packed into Esposito's Restaurant in Fairfax to honor four area activists for their efforts for the Democratic Party at the 17th Annual John Sturdivant Awards this month. This year's honorees were Joseph Harmon of Fairfax City, Michael Bizik, Sr. of Prince William County, state Sen. Janet Howell of Fairfax County, and Dolores Trevino-Gerber, Sturdivant Award recipient.

A Glimpse at Some Fairfax City CIP Requests

Next Tuesday, Feb. 28, City Manager Bob Sisson will present his proposed FY '18 budget for the City of Fairfax. Among other things, it will include funds for some of the Capital Improvement Projects requested by various City entities.

The Schott heard around the county: FBI vet appointed as first independent police auditor

FBI veteran Richard Schott will become the first Fairfax County independent police auditor starting on Apr. 17, the county's Board of Supervisors announced during its Feb. 14 meeting.

Rogue bureaucrats should inspire Trump civil service reform, 10 to 20 ...

Feb. 24, 2017, Fairfax, Va.-Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today issued the following statement urging the Trump administration to pursue immediate civil service reform: "By now it should be abundantly clear to the Trump administration that there are Obama administration holdovers in the 1.3 million non-defense, civilian federal workforce who have no other intention than to politically damage the White House. These rogue bureaucrats are not serving the American people, they are serving a political agenda, and frankly, they need not be tolerated.

Guideline changes for transgender students worry some US military families

President Donald Trump's decision to let states determine whether to uphold certain protections for transgender students hurts U.S. military families with transgender kids, who often don't get to choose their next duty station, say two U.S. military wives. Jessica Givren and Amanda Brewer - both mothers of openly transgender children - are speaking out against the Trump administration's lifting of federal guidelines that instructed public schools to allow transgender students to use the bathroom and locker rooms of their gender identity.

ASCRS Announces 2017 Ophthalmology Hall of Fame Inductees

FAIRFAX, Va.-The American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery announced that it will induct Gullapalli N. Rao, MD, and the late Karl Koller, MD, into the ASCRS Ophthalmology Hall of Fame. The ASCRS Ophthalmology Hall of Fame was created in 1999 to honor pioneers in the field who have laid the foundation for the modern practice of ophthalmology-and to celebrate their contributions and distinguished careers, the organization stated.

Westfields Marriott Unveils New Complete Meeting Packages

The Westfields Marriott New Meeting Space Offers Amenities and Capabilities for All Meeting Planners. Click here for high-resolution version / EINPresswire.com / -- CHANTILLY, VA-- - Westfields Marriott Washington Dulles is helping planners make the most of their next event with Complete Meeting Packages at their world-class conference venue in Chantilly, VA.

Hope For Henry

Tonight and tomorrow, the Mark Morris Dance Group is performing at George Mason University's Center for the Arts.

Police: Five gang members charged in murder of man found near Potomac River

Five suspected gang members have been arrested in connection with the murder of a young man whose body was found along the Potomac River near Dumfries on Jan. 13. The case, police say, is connected to the slaying of a 15-year-old Maryland girl, whose body was found in Fairfax County on Feb. 11. Ten people, including six juveniles, have been ... (more)

Tamil, one of the worlda s oldest languages, to be recognized by Loudoun County schools

One of the oldest languages in the world, Tamil of south India, is about to be recognized for credit by the Loudoun County Public School system.

Conference calls: Readers share their best, er, worst meeting stories

Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events History does not record the details of the very first business meeting. Perhaps it was a group of early hominids discussing who would be hunters and who would be gatherers.

Faith Leaders Rally After ICE Detains Group Leaving Church

On morning of Feb. 8, a group of Latino men left Rising Hope United Methodist Mission Church's hypothermia shelter in Alexandria, Va. Keary Kincannon, pastor at the church, said after the group walked across the street about half a dozen U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement cars surrounded the men.

House approves $250 fine for Virginia's left-lane dawdlers

The House of Delegates has approved a bill that would impose a mandatory $250 fine for driving too slowly in the left lane on highways. HB 2201 was introduced by Del.

Proposed county budget falls way short on funding for many priorities

Members of the community coalition Invest in Fairfax urge the Board of Supervisors to adopt an FY 2018 budget that adequately supports schools, public safety, and other county services.

Fairfax resident develops - anti-charity' fundraising app

A crocodile attacks a girl crossing a river in Malawi. Though some men who happen to be nearby manage to free her from the creature's jaws, the girl needs immediate medical attention and is quickly admitted into a hospital.

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