Lake Anne announces summer events schedule.
Lake Anne Plaza announced its line-up of new and popular summer events to take place on the Plaza.
Recently Attorney General Mark Herring issued an official opinion at my request and the requests of others as to the meaning of sex discrimination under Virginia law.
Garden Tour approaches: Saturday, June 18, noon to 4 p.m.
Herndon enjoys cultivating community initiative. This year’s 2016 Herndon Garden Tour on Saturday, June 18 from noon to 4 p.m. is one budding example.
The Herndon Town Council wants the public’s feedback on two potential proposals for Town’s downtown.
Notable incidents from the Vienna Police report from May 20-26.
To the Editor
Did you know $11.5 billion is spent every year to clean up litter.
Weekly happenings in McLean.
Weekly report from around Great Falls
Senior Bach homers, junior Egbers throws two-hit shutout.
The Centreville baseball team defeated Madison on Friday in the 6A North region quarterfinals.
Poet Laureate suffers massive heart attack.
Captain Ryan Wojtanowski, longtime head captain of the Dandy Dinner Boats in Alexandria, died suddenly May 26 after suffering a massive heart attack.
Events near Potomac, Md.
Events in Alexandria and Mount Vernon, Va.
Events in Arlington Co., Va.
Residents come together for night of running and fun despite poor weather.
Volunteers plant 2,000 plants, 48 different species -- one-third grasses and two-thirds wild flowers.
Some 40 volunteers planted a pollinator meadow for two days last week on one acre of land adjacent to the Fairfax County Government Center in Fairfax.
Providence Players present comedy ‘Red Herring.’
Just in time to help divert an audience to escape from the real world comes “Red Herring” from the Providence Players.
Sporting nearly three decades of experience, John O’Neal became chief of the City of Fairfax Fire Department in January. But he wanted to be a firefighter ever since he was a boy, growing up in Portsmouth, Virginia.
Nathaniel Lee’s book inspires new look at railroads.
Nathaniel Lee was always inspired by the long history of trains and railroads. As a child he stumbled upon an abandoned train station while exploring the woods of Northern Virginia. “I grew up next to the railroad.
For those unable to attend the Fairfax Area Disability Service Board’s monthly meetings, June will be an opportunity to voice concerns in person to board members regarding community disability services.
Maureen Sawyer of Burke is one of 11 Girl Scouts awarded a Gold Award Scholarship of $2,000 by the Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital for her project titled Bridging the Gap: Increasing Awareness of Educational Poverty.