GFCA works with Fairfax County Park Authority for new trees
The new maple and white oak are not the same.
Decorated Freeman Store and Museum a perfect backdrop for holiday photos
Members of Ayr Hill Garden Club and Historic Vienna, Inc. decorated the Freeman Store and Museum for the holidays.
This season, NOVA Parks offers an opportunity to literally “brighten’”spirits with three holiday shows.
La Prima Catering is your source for safely prepared fresh food.
Virginia has around 180,000 turkeys, elusive in the woods and fields.
Alan Warburton did a double take when he spotted a wild turkey ambling across his Mount Vernon yard in the Tauxemont community in April.
Holiday promotion supports local businesses.
Small Business Saturday, a movement that began 10 years ago in an effort to drive holiday shoppers to small businesses on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, has expanded into the first Alexandria Shop Small Week.
Several volunteer groups undertook clean-up efforts around the county on Nov. 14, including the Laurel Hill Park Volunteer Team’s (PVT) vine removal at the Central Green under the Park Authority, and the Springfield District Democrats’ (SDDC) road cleanup under the VDOT Adopt-A-Highway Program.
With no interruption in service to loyal Springfield Plaza customers as promised, Giant opened their new, larger, 50,000 square foot store with enhanced features at the Plaza at 6 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 13.
Park Authority holds public-information meeting
The Fairfax County Park Authority is updating its master plan for Braddock Park at 13451 Braddock Road, bordering both Centreville High and Twin Lakes Golf Course.
Patrick Moran chosen as pilot for commercial space travel program
Patrick Moran is in his car headed for Spaceport America, New Mexico.
It’s been an oft-repeated refrain this autumn: Thanksgiving is going to look a little different this year.
Like everything else in 2020, Thanksgiving Dinner this year will be different.
It happened from the very beginning, as shopping centers, gyms and restaurants closed in the last half of March and news spread about the pandemic: people started gathering in parks.
Families across Northern Virginia are challenged with online education.
Beloved local restaurant needs customers to be with them now.
Proprietor Mike Kearney of The Old Brogue, an Irish Pub in Great Falls, made a live video of his restaurant on the evening of Friday, Nov. 13.
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