Monday, April 30
Del Ray residents upset over EMS medic unit’s removal.
Spring2Action raises funds for local charities.
Wiwat Kamolpornwijit creates polymer clay jewelry.
Paws for the People Dog Show to raise funds for food pantry.
A Pipeline Playwrights’ stage reading on April 30 at MetroStage.
SAR also recognizes Viebranz, first responders.
Former Alexandria police deputy chief lands at airport.
Table Talk sampling new age of commerce.
Saturday, April 28
Metro funding decision will stiffen competition between other regional transportation projects.
VFA leaders receive Search and Rescue training.
Friday, April 27
Variety of herbs, garden plants, and flowers at historic greenhouse on Mason Hill.
Classic story centers on an invisible 6-and-a-half-foot tall rabbit.
Thursday, April 26
Swim team raises $31,500 to fight breast cancer at South Run Rec Center.
Britepaths’ Artful Living event benefits families, students.
Fundraiser for Ellie’s Hats is Saturday, May 5.
The New School presents ‘Kennedy's Children.’
“All About Dogs” performance on May 8.
Fairfax Station native serves with the U.S. Navy half a world away.
Wednesday, April 25
Centreville High’s Wildcats vs. Cancer club holds fundraiser.
Springfest, Fairfax County’s official Earth Day and Arbor Day celebration, was held Saturday, April 21, at the Sully Historic Site.
Talent and exotic food on display during CIF’s 8th annual cultural celebration.
The Town Parks & Stream Clean-Up, Recycle-Shred Event and Earth Day & Arbor Day Ceremony held in Herndon.
The 2018 Herndon Farmers Market opens.
It takes a community to build a dock.
The 2018 Reston Farmers Market opens.
Submit written comments regarding the Hunter Mill Bridge over Colvin Run.
For families with a limited budget, paying for camp can be a challenge.
Runners pace themselves at GW Parkway Classic Ten Miler.
Tuesday, April 24
FACETS celebrates 30th annual “Opening Doors” Benefit Breakfast.
Supervisors intend to drop a half-cent from the proposed 2.5 cent increase in real estate tax rate.
Whitman community meets to discuss proposed safety enhancements.
Farewell after 19 years.
St. Andrews Episcopal senior wins NSF award.
Parents raise concerns about schools plan and budget cuts.
H-B students host town hall on gun violence prevention.
Katherine Boo addresses the need for good local journalism and civic duty.
Memoir seeks to humanize the plight of the dispossessed.
Second assisted-living facility sought in Colvin Run neighborhood, before past wounds fully heal.
Elected officials shared various commendations, greetings and resolutions read into official records.
Monday, April 23
The six Democrats vying to unseat Barbara Comstock face off at Colvin Run Elementary.
New program to serve city’s most vulnerable seniors.
Three new ships uncovered under Robinson Terminal South.
Four bureaus become three.
City’s sewer control plan nears approval.
NRA protest Saturday draws more than 300 activists.
Commission finalizing recommendations to send to council.
More than 600 people volunteered for the Fairfax Parks cleanup event on April 7.
Sunday, April 22
Four incumbents, four challengers vie in May 1 election.
Saturday, April 21
League begins new season.
Friday, April 20
In March, 2018, 111 homes sold between $1,900,000-$207,000 in the Vienna and Oakton area.
Vienna, Oakton Home Sales: March, 2018
In March, 2018, 160 Springfield homes sold between $890,000-$170,000.
Springfield Home Sales: March, 2018
In March, 2018, 119 Reston homes sold between $1,075,000-$130,000.
Reston Home Sales: March, 2018
In March, 2018, 111 homes sold between $902,600-$125,000 in the Mount Vernon area.
Mount Vernon Home Sales: March, 2018
In March, 2018, 87 homes sold between $1,079,000-$212,500 in the Oak Hill and Herndon area.
Oak Hill and Herndon Home Sales: March, 2018
In March, 2018, 73 Fairfax homes sold between $1,210,000-$178,000.
Fairfax Home Sales: March, 2018
In March, 2018, 20 homes sold between $1,474,780-$175,000 in the Chantilly area.
Chantilly Home Sales: March, 2018
In March, 2018, 70 homes sold between $1,240,000-$146,000 in the Clifton, Fairfax Station and Lorton area.
Clifton, Fairfax Station and Lorton Home Sales: March, 2018
In March, 2018, 87 Centreville homes sold between $1,399,990-$180,000.
Centreville Home Sales: March, 2018
In March, 2018, 39 Burke homes sold between $1,050,000-$142,500.
Burke Home Sales: March, 2018
In March, 2018, 239 Arlington homes sold between $2,400,000-$27,540.
Arlington Home Sales: March, 2018
In March, 2018, 254 Alexandria homes sold between $1,950,000-$85,000.
Alexandria Home Sales: March, 2018
Collaboration yields 93 affordable apartments in West End.
Thursday, April 19
With dog Angus, members of Virginia Task Force 1 give lecture to OLLI seniors.
Fairfax High presents Disney’s ‘The Little Mermaid.’
Woodson High presents the play, ‘Our Town.’
The day of living history includes music, dance, history talks, blacksmithing, cow-milking — plus hayrides and 19th century games.
Elements align for success at the Fair Winds Brewing Company.
Acquires 3.2-acre Stribling Property within Pohick Bay Regional Park.
Wednesday, April 18
Westfield High presents “The Phantom of the Opera.”
Centreville High presents “The Laramie Project.”
‘Once Upon a Mattress’ at NextStop: A musical comedy for the entire family.
Police to present ‘Field of Hope, Playing for a Cause’ benefiting SafeSpot, a children's advocacy center.
Craving fresh and local?
Donations accepted to partially fund band expenses to the 75th Anniversary of D-Day in Normandy, France.
Event recognized and celebrated outstanding service in the Herndon community.
High school and middle school aged students make up the council membership.
The event attracted nearly 4,000 participants.
In the first quarter of 2018, the Club donated $3,000 to local community projects that support bicycling.
Individuals, organizations and businesses build a community and help raise funds to support the mission of Cornerstones.
A record number of cyclists in the Washington area anticipated to participate.
Reston turns out to live, work and play in the sun.
April is Financial Literacy Month.
Supervisors to vote on proposed budget, possible real estate tax increase on May 1.
Tuesday, April 17
Encouraging healthy skincare habits.
Potomac Elementary alumni share their school days.
Event to benefit Arlington Community Foundation.
As Arlington plans new Fire Station 8, citizens focus on preserving its past.
Veteran visitors welcomed in Arlington.
Four Mile Run framework headed to County Board.
Teacher gives students a virtual lesson.
Mix of literary fiction, murder mystery, and political thriller.
Visitors enjoy wildflower walks during peak season for native Virginia Bluebells.
Three-part live music experience kicks off April 19 at MPA@ChainBridge.
Fundraiser gives $5,000 to NoKid Hungry Program for Food Kiosk at Luther Jackson Middle School.
Area premiere at 1st Stage.
Noel Coward’s 1941 comedy involves madcap fun with a séance and a spiritualist.
Performances to June 17, 2018 under the Big Top.
Monday, April 16
Special reading of award-winning Lauren Gunderson’s “Natural Shocks” as part of national effort to raise awareness of gun violence.
Five homes on tour.
MetroStage presents Jewish comic, musician and writer Deb Filler.
A Pipeline Playwrights’ stage reading on April 16 at MetroStage.
Women’s Light 8 and Frosh 8 are 2-0
Friends recall his impact.
North Potomac Yard goes over budget.
Parker-Gray and Old Town BAR merger discussion sparks latest Silberberg-Wilson quarrel.
City’s Democrats also pick their favorites for council.
Major transit decisions likely to have long-term, regional ripple effect.
Council honors retiring Living Legend John Porter.
Cost delays progress on body cameras.
Police and Fire Departments pursue grants to fill city needs.
Valor Awards to honor first responders.
In March, 2018, 18 Great Falls homes sold between $1,815,000-$520,000.
Great Falls Home Sales: March, 2018
In March, 2018, 91 homes sold between $5,625,000-$194,000 in the McLean and Falls Church area.
McLean Home Sales: March, 2018
In March, 2018, 61 Potomac homes sold between $3,000,000-$500,000.
Potomac Home Sales: March, 2018
Saturday, April 14
Meeting elicits ideas for Original Mount Vernon High School Redevelopment Project.
One man’s solo adventure.
Friday, April 13
Recommitting to oppose racism.
New state license plate bill calls motorists to action and “Stop Gun Violence.”
Shoestring Theatre presents ‘The Best Doctor in Town.’
Thursday, April 12
Infinity Stage presents the Short Comedy Play Festival.
Fairfax Symphony performs D.C. area premiere of Philip Glass’ new “Piano Concerto No. 3” with acclaimed pianist Simone Dinnerstein.
Quentin Millora-brown selected Class 6 Boys Player of the Year, Mike Robinson Coach of the Year.
“Rock of Ages” takes the stage at Workhouse Arts Center.
Wednesday, April 11
After community outcry, decision is put on hold for now.
Chantilly High presents “Thoroughly Modern Millie.”
Liberty Middle presents “Peter Pan Jr.”
CIF holds annual Centreville International Showcase.
Performances begin on Thursday, April 19 through Saturday, April 21 and continue on Thursday, April 26 through Saturday, April 28, at 7 p.m.
Matthew Li’s Vex IQ robotic team to face fierce competition.
Town flags lowered to half-staff.
Merkel’s supporters tell why ‘Mayor Lisa’ will get their vote.
Donlan exemplifies sportsmanship on the field, citizenship off the field and leadership in all endeavors.
‘You never know who you might save.’
Available for families and individuals earning $54,000 or less in 2017.
Reston Community Players presents ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie.’
The team is invited to compete in the 2018 Vex World Robotics Competition, but needs financial support.
High winds and drizzle do not deter campers for the signature 'Chick-fil-A First 100.'
Alston exemplifies sportsmanship on the field, citizenship off the field and leadership in all endeavors.
Team Onos, with Team Captain Cathy Onufrychuk raises more than $51,000 of the total $177,109 raised at Walk MS Reston.
Tuesday, April 10
After years of hoping, it’s possible Medicaid expansion will come on April 11; say a prayer.
Preparing and planning a colorful warm-weather garden.
Hackathon to focus on collaborative solutions.
Springfest comes to Sully Historic Site
Public safety committee meeting focuses on ICE, without ICE at the table.
From art glass to oil paintings to infrared photographs.
Bullis students share learning about immigration.
State finalists in winter sports celebrated.
Sondheim musical is story of revenge, obsession, and murder.
Wakefield High School students undergo CPR training.
Sushi Zen sponsors 20 fundraisers for nonprofits.
Great Falls Friends & Neighbors supports local elementary schools.
Give them the camera, show their perspective.
The second quarter 2018 is poised for strong activity in McLean, Great Falls market.
Monday, April 9
Cougar Robotics will compete against 400 teams from all over the world at the FIRST Championship in Detroit, Mich. April 25-28.
Frosh rowers make a statement at St. Andrews.
Register for 34th Annual George Washington Parkway Classic.
Honored by American Legion Post 24.
Commission approves developer contributions for Arts and Cultural District.
Sunday, April 8
He’s been named MWAA Chief of Police.
Friday, April 6
Wood, Burns, and Hardaway join forces.
Cramped housing development approved.
Panelists offered explanations of how Trump’s new tax law will affect Americans.
Sunny Saturday brings out the springtime fun.
Thursday, April 5
Britepaths fundraiser is part of Spotlight on the Arts.
Paul VI High presents ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie.’
CFTC presents ‘Orson the Magnificent’ at Old Town Hall.
Wednesday, April 4
Fairfax County School Superintendent presents an update on the county school system.
Award-winning play based upon the last day of Dr. Martin Luther King coming to Center for the Arts
Providence Players to present ‘The Front Page.’
Offers ‘street food’ in upscale setting inspired by Southern California’s beach culture.
Friends of Rabbits holds fundraiser at the Veterinary Holistic Center of Northern Virginia.
CIF presents 8th annual Centreville International Showcase
Flores Cuchillas is accused of killing man outside sports bar.
The Alliance Theatre presents “The Dixie Swim Club.”
Flu season may continue longer than usual this year.
Tuesday, April 3
Apartments to gain senior-needed amenities.
Event demonstrates healthy from-scratch cooking with seasonal ingredients.
Solution addresses long-term needs arising from spouse's stroke.
New this year: canasta, croquet and beach ball wallyball.
Donations and help from organizations is requested.
Flown to a Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore.
Morning-long event by Herndon Parks & Recreation attracts 2,000 attendees.
Kwame Alexander will stop at Scrawl Books in Reston, Wednesday, April 5 for his new book, ‘Rebound.’
At Restoration Church, the newly planted Reston campus of Floris United Methodist Church, people find community, build relationships, and grow in faith.
Event Saturday, April 14 at Café Montmartre.
Glass sculpture is turning heads.
StoneTurn Group, LLP urged RA to adopt similar policies a year ago.
Pull out invasive plants; plant the native plants.
Spring weather means giving fishing a try for many local children.
Encore Stage & Studio presents musical based on Roald Dahl book.
Public petitions School Board for Montessori and arts funding.
Aprilfest returns April 21.
Monday, April 2
The show, “Bringing Nature to Your Home,” will be held during Walk on the Hill, April 29.
Celebrate Great Falls Foundation taking donations; auction to run May 1–14.
Bald eagles are a sign of ecosystem improvement.
Daniel Zeballos to receive a National Gold Medal in the 2018 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.
Three adult, two teen positions available.
Several more to go in Richmond Highway revitalization.