Friends, colleagues recall his governance and consensus-building.
Besides all he did for the City of Fairfax, former Mayor John Mason also played an important part in the county and region.
Born Jan. 27, 1935, in Springfield, Mass., John Mason had a distinguished, 20-year career in the U.S. Army before retiring as a colonel in 1976.
Bicycling group continues to grow with biking efforts in Fairfax County.
Over at the Fairfax Alliance for Better Bicycling, 2024 will start out with a new president, as former president Bruce Wright steps down and newly elected Joy Faunce takes over.
Women gather each week to create and connect.
The soft click-clack of knitting needles is barely audible over the chatter that fills the library of Margaret Overcash’s McLean home. She and three of her oldest friends have gathered for their weekly knitting session.
During the Jan. 10 meeting of the Sully District Police Station’s Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC). Capt. Dan Spital, the station commander, took a few minutes to honor one of his officers, MPO Mike O’Brien.
The Fairfax County NAACP branch announced the sudden passing of its president, Michelle Leete, last weekend.
Thank you for years of dedication and service to Fairfax County!
At its Dec. 5 meeting, the Fairfax Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a resolution honoring Dranesville District Supervisor John W. Foust for his community service.
Thanking outgoing Mason District Supervisor for years of service to Fairfax County.
After serving seven consecutive terms as the Mason District Supervisor and attending more than 700 Board of Supervisors meetings, the Dec. 5, 2023 meeting will forever be etched in the memory of Penny Gross, who currently serves as vice chair. It was her final board meeting with colleagues.
Ddedication of the Davis and McDaniel Veterans Care Center Dec. 12 in Roanoke. Davis and McDaniel, both Alexandria residents, are highly decorated Vietnam War veterans.
Football player turned business owner, writer and filmmaker
Fort Hunt Filmmaker
The 2023 Salute to Lord and Lady was held at the Fairfax County Government Center on Tuesday, Oct. 3.
Master Naturalists honor Jim McGlone
Master Naturalists honor Jim McGlone retires
Native plants may be climate change survivors
Imagine a world without forests. Lands unable to control soil erosion, filter and clean water, control temperatures, store carbon, provide building materials, produce food and medicines, or soothe the soul with the sound of rustling leaves.
“This is your police department.”
“It takes a lot to work in the Mount Vernon district,” Fairfax County police Captain Marc Mitchell told his audience at an Aug. 30 “Meet the Commander” gathering at the Sherwood Regional Library.