The Fairfax County Redevelopment and Housing Authority is looking at upgrading properties to get residents more connected.
County staff are evaluating whether it could add Wi-Fi to common areas in public housing and create computer rooms at senior housing properties.
“Currently, residents must purchase internet service through a service provider for their unit,” FCRHA spokesperson Ben Boxer said in an email. “That utility is not provided by the FCRHA in each unit.”
Rev. Al Sharpton, attorneys and plaintiffs announce a racial discrimination lawsuit against Navy Federal Credit Union (via National Action Network/YouTube) Allegations of racist lending practices against Navy Federal Credit Union have…
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The Town of Vienna will kick off March with its third annual Restaurant Week. More than 50 restaurants will offer special deals during the promotional campaign, which will run from March 3-10.
Fairfax Connector is now in its sixth consecutive day without service, as workers continue their strike for better pay, benefits and working conditions.