Things to Know About Coronavirus Testing

If you think you have coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) or have been exposed to someone who was confirmed to have the disease, contact your health care provider or visit one of the testing sites listed here.

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‘Music-Driven Classes in Fun, Team Environment’ in Fair Lakes

Row House fitness studio opening soon

People looking for a different – and safe – form of exercise may well find it in Row House, a boutique, indoor, rowing fitness studio in Fair Lakes.

Around Arlington

Five New Voting Sites—The Arlington County Board approved five satellite offices for early voting in the Nov. 3 Presidential election in order to offer more opportunities for voting during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Need a Covid-19 Test?

Testing and guidance in the same package, with fast results, at Arlington Mill.

They say the third time's the charm, and it was.

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Impact of Extended Social Isolation on Teens and Tweens

Psychiatrists and psychologists say that missing opportunities to connect with peers can cause long-term damage.

After a summer of postponed vacations, closed pools and limited summer camps, all a byproduct of COVID-19, parents are concerned about the wellbeing of their children.

For Seniors, Love Is Not Cancelled

This region is a prime location for meeting and dating other single seniors.

A 67-year-old widower, who lives in Old Town, met a woman who is divorced and 65 on eHarmony.

Free Help for Grocery Shopping and Pharmacy Pickup; Fairfax Area Neighbor to Neighbor and Village Programs

The Fairfax County Neighbor to Neighbor (N2N) Shopping Program just served its 100th resident!

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Distance Learning for Children with ADHD

Decreasing stress and increasing success in a virtual classroom

Voncia Hartley and her 10-year old son Kelvin are dreading the first day of school this year.

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Doulas Launch Arrow Birth

Virtual education and consultations.

As mothers of seven children between them and long-time practicing doulas, Mari Stutzman Smith and Tara Campbell Lussier, two Herndon High School alumnae, ultimately knew what was missing for families on the path of parenthood to feel supported and successful.

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Emergencies with Autistic People Now Have ’Adrian’s Resource Care Kits’

Alexandria teen’s Eagle Scout project now part of Fairfax County Rescue squads’ toolkit.

Adrian's Resource Kits

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COVID Testing in Arlington: A Positively Negative Experience

Long delays, missing test results, closures plague testing process.

If you thought it would be easy to get a Coronavirus test and quick results in Arlington, think again.

EagleForce Warrior Foundation Donates $30K

Funds launch Capital Caring Health's ‘So No One Dies Alone Program.’

The local nonprofit provider of elder health, hospice and advanced illness care, Capital Caring Health, received a $30K donation from EagleForce Warrior Foundation to launch the provider's 'So No One Dies Alone Program' for Veterans from Northern Virginia and nearby areas and their families.

OrthoVirginia Moves to New Offices in Northern Virginia

OrthoVirginia has relocated offices in Northern Virginia.

Montgomery County Private Schools Free to Open

Decisions and models vary from school to school.

After almost two weeks of policy twists and turns, private schools in Montgomery County can open the 2020-2021 School year either virtually or with in-person classes.

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DogFest Goes Virtual

COVID affects fundraising efforts; virtual platform spurs creative responses for the Sept. 20 event.

The Cheshire family of Great Falls is raising its 14th Canine Companions for Independence® (CCI) service puppy.