Top Fairfax City Headlines: Feb. 11-17

Top news in Fairfax City.

This week's top headlines include a string of vehicle tamperings, a Fall Festival route shift, new online mapping tools and more.

The attempted robbery took place on Lyndhurst Drive last week.

House Hunt: $305K Andes Drive Home for Sale
Available homes in Fairfax City.

Gay Marriage in Virginia: About Time?
A law banning same-sex marriage in Virginia didn't stop couples from applying for marriage licenses in protest on Valentine's Day. Is it time to revisit the ban?

All of the incidents occurred after 9 p.m. on Feb. 12.

GMU alumnus Joe Paisley promotes cycling in Fairfax.

Mutts Matter: Add A Little Happy-ness to Your Life
Happy is an adorable, playful, entertaining little pup who will make a great sidekick.

The city will also move annual Easter Egg Hunt from Fairfax High to Van Dyck Park

Two Big Updates in the Exciting World of Online Mapping for Fairfax City
Latest blog post from Paul Nabti.

Council Members Discuss Installing More Red Light Cameras
Police recommended adding cameras at busy intersections on Fairfax Boulevard and Main Street.

The latest in Fairfax City crime news.

Citizens Police Academy Registration Closes March 1
Participants must be at least 18 and live or work in the City of Fairfax.

Fairfax Grad Supports Immigration Reform at State of the Union
Warner brought undocumented 19-year-old to President Barack Obama's 2013 State of the Union address to emphasize the need for new policies.

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