- Turning Spring Break into a Global Classroom
- Moroccan Days in Alexandria
- What's Coming in Springfield?
- What's Coming in the Fairfax Station, Lorton, Clifton Area
- What’s Coming in Burke?
- Morris’ 4 Goals Lift McLean Boys’ Lax Over Madison
- Mount Vernon: Festive Start to Fort Hunt Fast Pitch Season
- West Potomac Rides Seven-Game Win Streak to First Place
- T.C. Crew Wins Big at Charlie Butt Regatta
- Centreville Girls’ Soccer Ties Herndon
- Letter: Value of Public Servants
- Letter: Massive Debt
- Letter: Value of Sweet Briar
- Letter: Different Perspective
- Letter: Protect Old Town’s Historic Nature
- Alexandria: Mistrial and Missed Trial
- Alexandria: Mayoral Standoff
- Alexandria: Add/Delete Budget Drama
- Mount Vernon: More Money For Route 1
- Mount Vernon: John Geer Protest
It’s one thing to read about East Asian politics in a textbook. Discussing the topic with citizens of the Republic of Korea takes the subject to a new level, as a group of Marymount University students learned over spring break.
Gambrill Pointe subdivision Gambrill Pointe Court and Ridge Creek Way. These 20 homes on roughly 11 acres are in the process of being sold.
Sites and developments
The project by Henley Construction Company, Inc., includes renovating the 68,500 square feet of the previous school building, as well as 20,500 square feet of additional space.
Virginia Lee Fowler Hyer is the oldest of seven girls who used to live in the “top of the hill” home now referred to as the Silas Burke House. She attended Burke School from 1944 through 1949 and on April 23, crossed the building’s threshold again to witness a program celebrating its 75th anniversary.
When the members of the School Board reconvene on May 7, they’re scheduled to act on whether or not to add “gender identity” to the list of nondiscrimination categories for all Fairfax County Public Schools students, employees or applicants for employment.