- Senior Dogs: Untold Stories
- Community Works Together To Alleviate Hunger
- Fairfax Snapshot: Collecting Food for Others
- New Jeep, Trucks and Off-road Business Opens in Fairfax City
- Springfield Snapshot: Celebrating 100th Birthday
- Sponsored: New Addition to Middleburg Real Estate/Atoka Properties
- Sponsored: Celebrate Bastille Day with Le Refuge
- Sponsored: Cirque Salon Studios Newest Location in Herndon
- Sponsored: Versailles Gallery Back in Vienna
- Sponsored: City of Fairfax 4th of July Festivities
- Oakton Otter Divers Improve to 2-1-1
- McLean: Best Golf Buddy
- Sports Brief: Softball Umpires Needed
- SSTs Have Six Relays Continuing to All-Stars
- Piranhas at Relay Carnival
- Alexandria Column: Youth Education — Keeping Kids Motivated
- Alexandria Letter: Change Name of Jefferson Davis Highway
- Herndon Letter: SPIRIT Open Equestrian Program Needs Help
- Reston Column: Coming Back Home
- Reston Column: Don't Tread on Me
- New Heights for Alexandria
- Reston: Failing Shopping Center or Village Center?
- Senator Kaine Hosts Interfaith Forum
- Great Falls: Time to Get Involved
- New Homes for Arlingtonians in Need
Like many geriatrics, senior dogs in our area are illness survivors and living with a range of conditions including arthritis, hip dysplasia and chronic back pain.
Food for Others assemble backpacks of non-perishable food.
Food for Others started its Power Pack Program -P3- in Fairfax County four years ago "after we noticed the need and heard from school counselors. We started with eight schools and are now up to 28," according to Jessica Cogen, director of development and outreach of Food for Others. Cogen also emphasized that "we are seeking to expand the number of schools served this year to help meet the need."
The Cleaning Authority of Fairfax collected 224 bags of canned food totaling 994 pounds for the Food for Others food bank over the summer as part of a national initiative, The Cleaning Authority CARES.
Quality Performance Group, QPG, an automotive aftermarket company focusing on Jeeps, pickup trucks and off-road vehicles, recently opened on Draper Drive in Fairfax City.
Beloved mother, grandmother, and great grandmother, Maria Vicenta Ayala Amaya of Springfield celebrated 100 years of living.