Thursday, May 31
Providence Players to present Neil Simon’s ‘California Suite.’
Donations go to medical research for cancer patients.
Hockey tryouts next week for St. James team.
Lidl grocery store to revitalize central Springfield.
Locally made products adorn the shelves of shop.
Sharon Bulova addresses WFCCA’s quarterly meeting.
White honored as Sully District Station’s Officer of Year.
Westfield and Chantilly will be at June 10 awards gala.
Sully and Hunter Mill Democrats host forum.
Wednesday, May 30
Rosner hits three-run homer to help Seahawks beat Warhawks.
Reston Town Center comes alive with patriotic songs and music over the Memorial Day weekend.
Funds to benefit The Reston Chorale.
Speaker at the Memorial Day Ceremony in Herndon also calls to honor government civilians and contractors killed in the line of duty.
Festival combines the joy of outdoor concerts with the thrill of a summer carnival all packed into a 4-day family-friendly event.
Economic Equality Caucus hosts 10th Congressional District candidates.
Latest transportation improvements acknowledged with ribbon-cutting ceremony
Six Democrats vying for Democratic nomination to face Barbara Comstock.
Democrats are so eager to take on two-term incumbent U.S. Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-10), some of them have actually moved to the district specifically to run against her.
Vienna Farmers Market moves to the Community Center parking lot; Oakton now opens Saturdays 9 a.m.
Community gathers at Great Falls Freedom Memorial to pay tribute to those who fell in service of their country.
Montgomery County Muslim Foundation’s efforts praised.
Wootton High alumna volunteered with the nonprofit.
Churchill High School students host school’s first Asian Festival.
6th Congressional District candidate protests exclusion.
Tuesday, May 29
Thousands gather to remember the fallen.
Marymount Farmers Market opens.
County manager recommends scaling back funding for projects.
Riggins to keynote 63rd annual gala.
Women’s Frosh 8s win Gold, Light 8s take Silver.
Council and School Board consider joint planning values, criteria.
Monday, May 28
Council candidates head to Arlandria to tackle immigration and affordable housing.
Council considers city’s outdated plan to address environment.
Old House Cosmopolitan opens on Route 1.
Wolverines beat Hayfield, advance to region semifinals.
Wolverines thump Annandale to advance in regionals.
Alexandria’s Margaret O’Meara leaves for Tokyo May 26.
Levee under construction to address future flooding.
Fully-accessible park designed for people of all ages and abilities to play together.
Stallions overcome early deficit to beat Lake Braddock on Monday.
Phillips hosts 5K for Food for Thought
Fairfax, Woodson, Paul VI receive Cappie nominations.
Two Fairfax girls are in Encore’s new show.
Friday, May 25
High Side is a hot new venue.
Thursday, May 24
Community Service Board nurses provide life-saving care, advice.
All-day event benefits Fairfax Station-based Homeless Animal Rescue Team.
Locally made products adorn the shelves of shop.
Wednesday, May 23
Encore presents “Another Opening, Another Show.”
Johnson celebrates 25 years as Mount Olive’s pastor.
Principal says the class will continue, after all.
South Lakes pitcher Josh Taylor shut down the Patriots lineup for most of the evening, with 12 strikeouts during his complete game two-hitter.
GRACE changes things up a bit to retain the festival's world-class ranking.
Sean Dorsey Dance unpacks trans/queer perspectives with sass and playful humor.
Herndon Pit Stop draws both morning and afternoon cyclists at Bike to Work Day 2018.
Herndon Police Department supports SafeSpot Children's Advocacy Center of Fairfax County.
Herndon Police Department supports the effort.
Singer/songwriters Kathleen Huber and Tom Bodine are members of the Reston/Herndon Folk Club.
Tuesday, May 22
New bakery is a dream come true for owner.
Aimee Agresti celebrates publication of first adult novel.
Photographs of student performers on exhibit.
Patriots come from behind to beat South Lakes on Saturday.
Annual campaign coordinated by Two Men and a Truck franchises.
Festivities will open with plaque commemorating historic 1960 lunch counter sit-in.
Seven inductees honored.
All sun and smiles for annual Ballston event.
County Board approves Four Mile Run plans.
Todd Franklin’s ‘The Solution-Focused Educator’ aims at ‘supporting today’s educator for the tablet generation of learners.’
Local USA Triathlon Ambassadors to host Triathlon Info Event.
The rain didn’t stop people from having fun at McLean Day 2018.
Assaggi Osteria Pizzeria re-opens on Old Dominion Drive.
Rain doesn’t deter cyclists on 2018 Bike to Work Day.
Mosaic Harmony Choir readying to present annual Spring Concert.
Monday, May 21
Find something that renews the soul.
Boys’ game suspended due to weather.
Men’s First 4 repeats as State Champs.
Regional body considers competitive infrastructure projects in light of state funding constriction.
$30k in scholarships to be awarded to local athletes.
Celebration of Life to be held May 24.
Mayoral candidates weather storm.
School Board tackles growing enrollment.
Affordable Housing advocates celebrate meals tax increase while restaurateurs lament.
Araujo, Petteway receive Peter Williams Memorial Scholarship.
Northern Virginia Urban League awards $32,500 in scholarships at annual gala.
Band headlines this year’s Celebrate Fairfax Show in June.
Saturday, May 19
Clark brings real life challenges to the stage.
Citizens express outrage over Potomac Yard Metro changes.
Friday, May 18
Locals to hold hunger relief drive along Burke Centre Parkway, offer community service activities May 19 and 20.
Find something that renews your soul.
Victoria’s Cakery honors longtime employee.
Bob Sisson reflects on 27 years as city manager.
Fairfax High production of Disney's The Little Mermaid.
Thursday, May 17
Park Authority looking for new management.
Homeowners bordering the park want open space to stay.
Lorton Farmers Market open Sundays, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Scouts give the triangular island at Sydenstricker Road and Old Keene Mill Road in Burke a makeover.
Sully Police Station honors Garbarino and Armel.
The Westfield Pyramid Art Show was April 4-5.
Injured police officer receives money raised for her.
Himanvi Panidepu in national competition.
Wednesday, May 16
Scorching comedy ‘Bad Jews’ from May 24 to June 17.
Children climb up, in and try out DPW's massive metal monsters.
Use the CVS/pharmacy Drug Collection Bin located in front of the Herndon Police Station.
What do Herndon's 'Little Boxes' offer patrons, how do they do it and what do they need to thrive?
A self-conducted tour of 5 notable gardens in Reston, Saturday, June 2.
Citizen-scientists sought in a real-world ‘Pokémon Go for Nature.’
Enjoy a splash of summer fun now.
What do 'Little Boxes' offer patrons, how do they do it and what do they need to thrive?
In April, 2018, 25 Great Falls homes sold between $2,600,000-$579,000.
Great Falls Home Sales: April, 2018
In April, 2018, 114 homes sold between $6,600,000-$182,000 in the McLean and Falls Church area.
McLean Home Sales: April, 2018
In April, 2018, 68 Potomac homes sold between $4,125,000-$459,000.
Potomac Home Sales: April, 2018
Herndon Marching Band will represent the United States at the D-Day 75th Anniversary Ceremonies in Normandy, France.
Gifts for those who educate children.
The Board of Supervisors pushes for Maryland to add capacity to the bridge.
Lap dogs of a different kind paddle for fun and fitness at Potomac Aquatic Center.
The official May Day flower.
Tuesday, May 15
Sharing stories of evictions.
Working Group Plan for 4MRV heads to county.
A look ahead at the May 19 County Board meeting.
Dogs on parade for the Animal Welfare League’s Walk for the Animals.
Conversation with authors to be held Saturday, June 2, at the Great Falls Library.
Awards given for Optimist International Essay Contest; Oratorical Contest; and Helping Hands Recognition Awards.
Senior scores five goals in district semifinal win.
Candidates to debate at the McLean Lutheran Church of the Redeemer on May 23.
Saxons beat Yorktown in district semifinals.
Monday, May 14
Restaurant Review: Elevation Burger.
A citizen’s reflection on the city budget process.
Rowers bring home a Gold, 4 Silvers, and a Bronze.
Silberberg and Wilson square off in first mayoral debate.
Wreath laying for fallen Alexandria officers.
Changing lives through Give Back A Smile program.
Saturday, May 12
SFA raises $440,000 for students in need.
More than 700 volunteers participated in 32nd annual Rebuilding Together Alexandria Day.
Nonprofit helps people improve their lives.
And three non-incumbent City Council candidates.
Friday, May 11
Modernization to the interior and parking are part of the plan.
Advisors and business leaders encourage city to develop Revenue Master Plan.
Local youth detention center has contract with federal program.
Freshman allows one hit, strikes out 12 during 3-1 victory.
Better Said Than Done celebrates seven years of storytelling in Northern Virginia.
Real-estate tax rate will remain the same.
Pancake fundraiser for Ellie’s Hats is big success.
Celebrating 60 years, Fairfax Symphony presents its season grand finale.
Thursday, May 10
About 100 people visit eight different communities of faith in the City of Fairfax.
South County High School's production of ‘Legally Blonde.’
Public Meeting is part of the process.
Sixth annual event sponsored by LCAC, South County Church, and Lorton Library.
West Springfield High School's production of ‘Into the Woods.’
A Day for Thank Yous: Photos submitted by Dusty Michael of Springfield.
Greater Springfield Chamber recognizes Valor.
Chantilly High’s 32nd annual Jazz & Pizzazz was May 4-5.
Blaze races through 75 apartments, displaces 125 people.
Fire burns 12 townhouses in Sully Station II.
Town of Herndon is working to become the first dementia friendly community in Virginia.
The outdoor concert series draws a crowd of more than 1,000 spectators on the first night of its 2018 concert series.
Wednesday, May 9
Three full days with more than 200 artists, and experiences.
Outdoor festival brings together local businesses, animal rescue groups and pet lovers.
Provides new meaning for locally grown.
Wayside to have new before and after care provider.
Much unity, some dissension as community discusses the issue.
Time to dust off and spruce up patios for a season of al fresco entertaining.
Keeping the wheels turning at a local business.
Tuesday, May 8
Wordless Shakespeare production with intrigue, war, romance, action, madness, and family drama.
Meeting housing goal takes hard choices.
Launch set for May 12 at the Residences at Liberty Center
Kanninen calls presentation the most effective advocacy campaign she’s seen.
Taryn Overman receives “4 Under 40” Emerging Leader Award of 2018.
Substance abuse town hall confronts growing problem in Arlington.
McLean High production of ‘9 to 5: The Musical.’
125 people party at The Pavilions of Turkey Run at Claude Moore Colonial Farm on May 4.
The “Next Great American City” well underway.
Langley High production of ‘Evita.’
Highlanders score four runs in bottom of the ninth inning.
National Park Service announces closing of McLean’s Claude Moore Colonial Farm.
Oakton High production of ‘Titanic the Musical.’
Monday, May 7
Behind the scene of Cirque du Soleil.
Come to the May 23 Senior Health and Fitness Fair.
Eight boats post wins in regular season finales.
Titans shut out Annandale on senior night.
Stage reading of Jean Koppen’s play at MetroStage.
Spring2Action raises $1.76 million for local charities.
Museum Society raises funds for Gadsby’s Tavern.
Gala raises funds for ASO.
Meals tax debate divides council.
Friday, May 4
Helping those who may be at risk of exposure.
Trees planted in Memorial Garden to honor victims of 2007 Virginia Tech shooting.
Commission approves hotel redevelopment into townhouses.
Majors beat West Potomac for first time since 2013.
Weighing in on community-wide issue of mental health.
In a tight budget year, what options didn’t find traction?
Thursday, May 3
Rambunctious Theatre Company at Robinson presents ‘Monty Python’s Spamalot.’
Why raising the felony larceny threshold to $500 is an important step in Virginia?
Glynn pitches five scoreless innings for Bruins.
West Springfield High presents ‘Into the Woods.’
So Lim, Sang Yi are first Asian-Americans elected to City Council.
Fundraiser for the Lamb Center between Mosby Woods and Providence Elementary Schools.
Green Bay selects Vanderbilt linebacker in third round.
About 400 people attend event sponsored by Supervisor Pat Herrity.
Librarians Mimi Marquet and Lisa Koch honored, win $10,000 for their school.
Wednesday, May 2
Teachers selected from Rolling Valley, Irving Middle, and West Springfield High schools.
Full house at Lake Braddock debates six options to save the lake.
Westfield’s Adapted Art students display their work.
Nguyen’s car crash killed a mother of four.
Respectful conversation and facts eventually lead to budget adoption.
Local businesses help renovate home for catastrophically injured service member.
Water and Sewer Funds and Downtown Parking Fund drive the majority of the 17.7 percent increase.
Sagar Gupta, an eighth-grader at Rachel Carson Middle School, receives recognition.
‘Being human means having a heart, toward any race or religion,’ said 18-year-old Abdel-Latif of Palestine.
Mental Health advocates work to tear down barriers to treatment.
Some 144 individuals and groups honored at Fairfax County Volunteer Service Awards.
Tuesday, May 1
Voices ring for All County Choral Festival.
Some neighbors oppose location.
Play is a homosexual love story and musical set in small-town Nebraska in 1993.
A-SPAN looking for internships for the homeless.
Over 700 pounds of drugs collected.
Final budget approved, but with steep cuts.
Local leaders want to convert ownership from Fairfax County Park Authority to Great Falls.
“DEL Donates” organizes successful fundraiser for paws4vets.
OLGC second Annual Fish Fry engages more than 200 volunteers, serves four thousand meals.