This Day In Fractured Fairfax:March 26
- March 26, 1928 – The Fairfax Volunteer Fire Department is organized in Fairfax, with W. W. Beattie elected as its first president.
- March 26, 1970 – Two members of the Saints motorcycle enthusiasts club, 21-year-old Lewis T. Hartless and 19-year-old Richard Newland, are murdered in a wooded area in McLean by Francis A. Akers, Bradley Hinckley, and James Cole, members of the rival Pagan's motorcycle enthusiasts club.
- March 26, 1990 – By a 6 to 3 vote, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors approves a scheme to sell $330 million in revenue bonds to finance construction of the Fairfax County Parkway. By choosing to issue revenue bonds, the BoS avoids having to allow County voters to approve a referendum, which would be required for general obligation bonds, but incurs an additional $3.5 million dollars in interest charges.
- March 26, 2015 – 64-year-old Santos Rafael Zelaya is shot and mortally wounded during a home invasion robbery at his home at 6103 N Kings Highway in the Huntington section of Alexandria when he confronts the three robbers with a machete. Zelaya is airlifted to a local hospital, where he dies.
This Day In Fractured Fairfax