More than 700 athletes with and without disabilities from across Northern Virginia took to the hardcourts in Arlington and Fairfax counties on Saturday, Feb. 12, for Special Olympics Virginia’s Potomac Region Basketball Tournament.
Arlington County Board Chair Jay Fisette has decided not to run for re-election to the board this year.
Arlington Community Foundation Executive Director Wanda L. Pierce will step down as executive director in March after more than 8 years of leading the foundation.
Students at Our Savior Lutheran School will join thousands of their peers across the country to celebrate Lutheran Schools Week beginning on Sunday, March 5 and continuing through Friday, March 10.
Experts offer suggestions for preventing and treating allergy symptoms.
Those experiencing Itchy, watery eyes and seemingly endless sneezing know that spring allergy season is getting an early start this year thanks to this season’s mild winter weather.
Rising Hope pastor speaks about arrests outside church.
On the morning of Feb. 8, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers showed up across the street from Rising Hope Mission Church on Russell Road in the Mount Vernon area of Alexandria.
Online survey open through March 6.
Fairfax County is preparing to update the Environmental Excellence 20-Year Vision Plan (Environmental Vision) and the public is urged to weigh in via an online survey.
Risk assessment is complete.
The risk assessment of the officer involved in the fatal Jan. 16 shooting of Mohammad Azim Doudzai is now finished, according to a Feb. 24 release from Fairfax County Police.
The U.S. Marshals Service is warning the public of a nationwide telephone scam involving individuals claiming to be U.S. marshals, court officers or law enforcement officials seeking to collect a fine in lieu of arrest for failing to report for jury duty.
Results of the 2017 session of the General Assembly.
GOOD THINGS Progress in funding mental health and addressing the opioid epidemic on multiple levels were among the successes of the 2017 General Assembly session.
Regarding the Centreville Immigration Forum/Centreville Labor Resource Center (CIF/CLRC) response to recent immigration orders from the new administration, these orders are far-reaching and have potential effects that will be devastating for the community.
The girls from Centreville Elementary School danced the night away on Friday, Feb. 17 at a Hawaiian Luau with their fathers, stepfathers, grandfathers, uncles and in one case, an older brother.
Officers from the Sully Police District responded on Feb. 18 around 1 p.m. to the 6200 block of Prince Way for an unresponsive man and car that struck a townhouse.
British farce with situational and physical humor.
The Little Theatre of Alexandria (LTA) is staging "Key for Two" from Feb. 25 to March 18.
As the regular 2017 Virginia legislative session comes to a close I have to admit that this session has been one of the most interesting that I have experienced.
Rebuilding Together Alexandria
As National Rebuilding Day 2017 approaches, on Saturday, April 29, Rebuilding Together Alexandria staff is busily prepping 40 teams for a city-wide day of volunteerism, a day in which thousands of volunteers across the country partake.
A robust legislative agenda seeking to improve Virginia’s approach to mental health crises emerged this year from the Joint Subcommittee Studying Mental Health Services.
I read with great interest your excellent article about pedestrian safety. I hope your readers will take the time to read this letter as it conveys some very important additional points.