Developer wants to build 355 apartments at the Trinity Centre.
As the area office market continues to stall, more and more land-use applications are proposing to replace planned office uses with residential communities. One of the latest proposals is at the Trinity Centre, off Route 29, in Centreville.
“Flourishing After 55” from Arlington Office of Senior Adult Programs for Aug. 3-7.
A local response to global issue.
It is hard to imagine that dogs in some parts of the world are being prepared for brutal deaths to become human food.
From the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria
Be sure your pets have access to fresh water and shelter from the sun. Fair-skinned dogs or those with light coats and exposed skin should wear sunscreen or be kept inside during peak hours of sun exposure.
Does your dog look at a camera and smile, or do your cats like to snuggle together? Or maybe your guinea pig shares dried papaya with your cockatoo? If your pet is especially adorable, capture the moment, and he or she could become the 2016 Alexandria Animal of the Year.
The following incidents were reported by the Sully District Police Station:
The mysteries of life are all around us. Sometimes the most inexplicable things happen. So it goes with the story of the sudden death of a beloved child and the unexpected appearance of a starving cat. While neither could ever be replacement for the other, the synchronicity of these two events cannot fail to inspire. Life is infinitely bigger than we can possibly grasp. So the story goes.
How the county and McPaw are helping, and how residents can make a difference.
If interested in adding a new pet to the family or if simply just like animals, consider making the drive to Derwood to visit the Montgomery County Animal Services and Adoption Center.
Helping rescued dogs acclimate.
The Animal Welfare League of Arlington took in three of the 23 puppies rescued by Humane Society International from a South Korean dog farm earlier this year. In just a few months, all three of the dogs had made it new, safe homes.
In June, 2015, 173 homes sold between $2,368,591-$200,000 in the Vienna and Oakton area.
Vienna, Oakton Home Sales: June, 2015
In June, 2015, 238 Springfield homes sold between $1,176,000-$160,000.
Springfield Home Sales: June, 2015
In June, 2015, 126 Reston homes sold between $1,500,000-$165,000.
Reston Home Sales: June, 2015
In June, 2015, 95 Potomac homes sold between $3,350,000-$213,593.
Potomac Home Sales: June, 2015
In June, 2015, 144 homes sold between $1,670,000-$86,500 in the Mount Vernon area.
Mount Vernon Home Sales: June, 2015
In June, 2015, 142 homes sold between $8,300,000-$229,000 in the McLean and Falls Church area.
McLean Home Sales: June, 2015