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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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Steven, left, and Nick Cantos, two of three 18-year-old blind triplets, wait to have their camera-equipped smart glasses connected to their communications devices by Suman Kanuganti, chief executive of Aira, during a tour of the George Mason University campus. : Washington Post photo by Jahi Chikwendiu.

College Students Unite to Bring Relief to Refugees

George Mason University students streamed into a room in the campus' community building in Fairfax, Virginia, one day last week to pack rice and beans. These meals, 40,000 of them, were bound for refugee families in the Middle East.

Richard Cordray should have never been working on the public dime in the first place

Nov. 15, 2017, Fairfax, Va.-Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today issued the following statement reacting to the resignation of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau director Richard Cordray: "Victory! Americans for Limited Government named Richard Cordray as one of Washington, D.C.'s worst Obama holdover zombies and now he's gone. Richard Cordray should have never been working on the public dime in the first place, but I'm pleased that he will soon no longer be able to wreak regulatory havoc on the American people and the economy.

Consumer 32 mins ago 5:49 a.m.Black Friday: How to score the top toys of the season

If you are one of the millions heading our for Black Friday shopping and have some kids to cross off your shopping list, we have got you covered. A man is seen shopping in a Toys-R-US store in Fairfax, Virginia on November 26, 2015, on a Black Friday sale that started a day earlier during Thanksgiving evening.

Best holiday craft shows in DC area

Circling the mall parking lot, hunting for a spot, jostling through crowds of greedy shoppers just to find a perfect present for everyone you care about is enough to fill everyone with holiday dread. Shopping online is a solid alternative but always risky, especially as delivery times skyrocket during the season.

Republicans fear Gov.-elect Ralph Northam will try to pluck from the legislature to flip control

Virginia Democratic Gov. elect Ralph Northam walks onstage to celebrate his election at the Northam For Governor election night party at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017. Northam defeated Republican Ed Gillespie.

First VetsAid concert provides $360,000 in grants

Grammy award-winner and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Joe Walsh distributed $360,000 among 16 veterans' organizations after VetsAid, a benefit concert he put together in September. Walsh, 69, launched the initiative to help veterans and families of servicemembers who have died.

ALG urges House Rules Committee to adopt Budd amendment bringing tax...

Nov. 14, 2017, Fairfax, Va.-Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today issued the following statement urging the House Rules Committee to adopt an amendment by U.S. Rep. Ted Budd that would prevent tax avoidance through reinsurance by foreign insurers: "One way foreign insurance companies have avoided paying taxes in the U.S. is through a legal tax dodge called affiliate reinsurance whereby profits are transferred to a tax haven, and then reinsurance is purchased from the affiliate. Fortunately, Congressman Ted Budd has submitted an amendment to the House Rules Committee that will restore tax equity between domestic and foreign insurers.

Virginia election sent a righteous message

Ralph Northam takes the stage at his victory rally at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., on Nov. 7. Many are looking at the Virginia race as a harbinger of the 2018 midterm elections. Ralph Northam takes the stage at his victory rally at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., on Nov. 7. Many are looking at the Virginia race as a harbinger of the 2018 midterm elections.

Man faces list of charges in ramming of 2 police cars

A Washington, D.C. man is facing a long list of charges after leading officers on a chase and slamming into two police cars in Virginia. Edward Jerome Butler Jr. was charged with two counts of felony hit and run, reckless driving, resisting arrest, assault on a law enforcement officer, and other charges following the incident late Saturday afternoon in Fairfax County.

Cut everyonea s taxes to grow the economy and cut spending to stop the $20 trillion debt

Nov. 10, 2017, Fairfax, Va.-Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today issued the following statement urging tax cuts for every American who pays taxes and significant budget reforms to rein in the $20 trillion debt: "The U.S. is coming off the worst decade for economic growth since the GDP was invented as a measure, even worse than the Great Depression. To get out of this funk, one of the things Congress must be focused on is cutting taxes across the board, not robbing Peter to pay Paul, raising taxes on some Americans to give tax cuts to other Americans.

US-China trade package mostly about symbolism

U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross arrives at a state dinner at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017.

100th Anniversary of the Night of Terror

To help commemorate the Night of Terror, next Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017, at 1:30 p.m., the Lorton Arts Center will host the Night of Terror - A Centennial Commemoration. The event is free with a suggested donation of $19.17.

Partial list of winners at the CMA Awards

Though Democrats control a cluster of state governments in the Northeast, Republicans control state legislatures across the entire South, all but one state in the Midwest and the vast majority of the mountain West. Former U.S. Attorney Jenny Durkan took a strong early lead Tuesday night in a Seattle race for mayor that will give the booming liberal city its first female mayor since the 1920s.

Governor-elect Northam lays out his administration's top priorities

One day after his decisive election night victory, Governor-elect Ralph Northam said he is working to develop his transition team to prepare to become the 73rd Governor of Virginia. Northam said he aims to be a Governor for all Virginians regardless of their political affiliation, citing his work as a state senator as evidence of his commitment to unity.

Attorney General Sessions never recused himself from Uranium One

Nov. 3, 2017, Fairfax, Va.-Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today issued the following statement in response to press reports stating that Attorney General Jeff Sessions had recused himself from the Uranium One case: "Americans for Limited Government has learned from an unimpeachable source that Attorney General Jeff Sessions ... (more)

GOP retains slight edge in House of Delegtes, pending recounts

Democrats, right side of chamber, rise to applause and Republican members keep their seats as Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, center, delivers his state of the commonwealth speech to a joint meeting of the House and Senate in the Virginia House of Delegates inside the State Capitol in Richmond, VA Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017. Democrats, right side of chamber, rise to applause and Republican members keep their seats as Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, center, delivers his state of the commonwealth speech to a joint meeting of the House and Senate in the Virginia House of Delegates inside the State Capitol in Richmond, VA Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017.

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