Week of Aug. 12
Week of Aug. 12.
Spreading awareness of ovarian cancer.
The survival rate of ovarian cancer is a grim 44 percent, and symptoms are described as obscure at best. But, early detection of the disease yields a survival rate of over 90 percent.
“A Party on a Bike” comes to Great Falls.
Grab a bike and a bottle of water. Fitness is about to get fun.
“Flourishing After 55” from Arlington Office of Senior Adult Programs, Aug. 16-22.
Deadline for offers on the surplus land is Sept. 1.
Potential buyers have until September to make their offers to purchase the roughly 80 acres of property along Braddock Road where the Northern Virginia Training Center currently sits.
All ticket proceeds to benefit group’s services and programs.
A home tour in Potomac will support the Tourette Syndrome Association of Greater Washington, D.C. Halco Homes is presenting the Home of Distinction at 8601 Nutmeg Court, Potomac. Now through Aug. 9, the public is invited to tour this $3.9 million home.
Event will highlight resources available for long-term care planning.
Antonio M. Taguba says his life changed forever during a family reunion in 2006, starting with an announcement from his mother.
Getting in shape while raising money for charity.
Rain poured from a gray March sky. Drenched racers wound their way through Washington, D.C. before spilling across the finish line at R.F.K. Stadium, their running shoes heavy and soaking wet.
Ladyburg bath and body apothecary opens in Old Town.
For Crystal and Fred Wellman, there was never any doubt that Alexandria is where they were meant to be.
Mount Vernon teen Will Shute, far right, delivers food donated by Mount Vernon area residents to UCM’s Food Pantry
Virginia American Water joins thousands of water utilities across the country in the release of its annual water quality report available on line at www.amwater.com/vaaw/customer-service/water-quality-reports.html. In honor of the occasion, Virginia American Water offers this list of the top 10 things everyone should know about their drinking water.
“Flourishing After 55” from Arlington Office of Senior Adult Programs for Aug. 3-7.
Letter to the Editor
To the Editor: In my mind, there is no uncertainty as to why Virginia Hospital Center (VHC) is one of the top 100 hospitals in the country.
Karen Dickerson has run 16 marathons, well on the way to reaching her goal of completing one in every state in America. At 29, Dickerson has been a Special Olympics athlete for 18 years.
Every Saturday morning, Oliver Keckler wakes up early to load a truck full of fresh fruits and vegetables and bring them to a farm stand located on Fort Hunt Road.
- Floor Debate on Transvaginal Amendment 135 comments