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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

Fairfax News
Clear the Shelters: Today's the Day to Find a New Pet

People magazine's pet vet Dr. Evan Antin provides tips for adopting shelter animals ahead of the third annual Clear the Shelters event on Aug. 19. Antin's checklist includes lifestyle consideration and breed types. Sissi, a grey-furred cat with long whiskers, is available for adoption at the Fairfax County Animal Shelter in Fairfax, Virginia, Saturday morning.

ALG praises Trump, Sessions for ending Operation Choke Point

Aug. 18, 2017, Fairfax, Va.-Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning praised President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions for putting an end to Operation Choke Point, an Obama Administration initiative to "choke off" politically disfavored industries, like firearms manufacturers and payday lenders, from access to the banking system, announced by Assistant Attorney General Stephen Boyd in a letter to Capitol Hill : "Operation Choke Point was one of the most underhanded tools of the Obama-Holder Justice Department to kill off legal, legitimate businesses - and that says something.

Virginia ranks fifth in the U.S. in number of Inc. companies

Two hundred ninety Virginia companies made the Inc. 5000 list of the nation's fastest-growing companies. The Old Dominion ranked fifth among the states in terms of the number of companies on the annual list compiled by Inc. magazine.

First Virginia Community Bank (FVCB) Downgraded by Zacks Investment Research

According to Zacks, "FVCBankcorp, Inc. offers personal and business banking products and services.

Rejection of mob rule and return to nationa s founding principles of...

August 17, 2017, Fairfax, Va.-Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today issued the following statement urging national reconciliation: "Unfortunately, mobs in some of our cities have taken to vandalizing various statues in an attempt to erase our nation's history. If those in Congress who identify with this new mob rule are truly determined to make a statement, they should start by renaming the Richard Russell Senate Office Building, given Russell's long history as a segregationist who opposed extending civil rights.

First Potomac to shed more jobs ahead of acquisition

First Potomac Realty Trust plans to lay off two dozen Washington, D.C.-based employees and another 18 in Fairfax, Virginia, according to layoff notices the Bethesda real estate investment trust filed with D.C. and Virginia.

West Point cadet becomes first black female First Captain

While people were fighting over Nazis and Confederate statues, a young woman from Fairfax, Va. became the first black female to lead West Point's vaunted "Long Gray Line."

PHOTO: A mom and daughter hold hands while walking to school in this undated file photo.

Rosalind Wiseman is a 20-year teaching veteran, New York Times-bestselling author of "Queen Bees and Wannabes" and other books that explore the dynamics of parenting and education. She's also the founder of Cultures of Dignity , an organization dedicated to the emotional and physical well-being of young people.

Reflecting on Charlottesville and Chicago, all lives are created equal

August 14, 2017, Fairfax, Va.-Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today issued the following statement on violence in Charlottesville, Va. And Chicago, Ill.

SGIA Announces Product of the Year Winners

FAIRFAX, Va. - August 14, 2017 - SGIA has announced the winners of the 2017 Product of the Year Awards, and 49 products rose to the top of the 222 entries.

InfoComm Releases AV Industry Outlook and Trends Analysis for the Americas

FAIRFAX, Virginia, Aug. 14, 2017 : InfoComm International, the trade association representing the commercial audiovisual industry worldwide, has released its 2017 AV Industry Outlook and Trends Analysis report for the Americas, including the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Brazil, featuring fresh market insights and sales forecasts through 2022 for AV products, services, and solutions. The new study, conducted by London-based IHS Markit on behalf of InfoComm, is the third of three regional reports, including Europe and Asia-Pacific.

Simone Askew is first black woman to lead West Point cadets

Simone Askew is making history as the first black woman to lead the Long Grey Line at the U.S. Military Academy. But first, she's joining a long, grimy line of cadets ending basic training with a traditional 12-mile march Monday.

69 Broken Clouds

Scattered thunderstorms in the morning, then mainly cloudy during the afternoon with thunderstorms likely.

Program gives blind, vision impaired teens skills to succeed

It's called the LIFE Program at the Virginia Rehabilitation Center for the Blind and Vision Impaired . It's a five-week residential program for high school-aged students.

Mueller raid denies Manafort basic constitutional protections

Aug. 11, 2017, Fairfax, Va.-Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today issued the following statement questioning the reported seizure of attorney-prepared documents from Paul Manafort's home, contended by Trump attorney John Dowd saying that Mueller had seized "privileged and confidential materials prepared for Mr. Manafort by his counsel to aid him in his cooperation with the Congressional committees": "Special Counsel Robert Mueller's seizure of attorney-client privileged documents from the home of Paul Manafort puts the privilege itself in jeopardy, raising serious constitutional questions about what is a reasonable search under the Fourth Amendment, permitted under the Fifth Amendment's right not to incriminate oneself and protected by the Sixth Amendment's guarantee of counsel.

Watching the total solar eclipse with your kids or students? Here's what to expect updated

While not all of America's schoolchildren are gearing up for the new academic year just yet, some of those who are already back in class will get a rare holiday on Monday, Aug. 21 - an eclipse day . Akin to beloved snow days, this special holiday will be observed not due to inclement weather, but because of a celestial spectacle sweeping the nation: the first total solar eclipse to cross the entire continental United States since 1918.

Governor visits Fairfax company to discuss future of biosciences industry

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe poses with Vibrent Health Chief Product Officer Dave Klein, CEO Praduman Jain, and Chief Technology Officer Neeta Jain during a visit to the company's Fairfax headquarters.

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