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Village Hardware Built Community and Solid Reputation

Long time owner is retiring but new owner vows to keep it the same.

Hardware store owner is retiring

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Glenstone Museum to Reopen Its Gallery on April 8

International traveling exhibition Faith Ringgold will open with limited capacity.

Glenstone Museum will reopen its indoor spaces in phases, beginning on April 8 with its presentation in the Gallery of a major international traveling exhibition of the works of Faith Ringgold.

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Sully Woodlands Stewardship Education Center Planned

State-of-the-art building slated for E.C. Lawrence Park

The Fairfax County Park Authority plans to construct a groundbreaking and innovative new building in Chantilly’s Ellanor C. Lawrence Park.

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ArPets: Lady Grantham of Arlington

Downton Abbey's elder Lady Grantham wouldn't likely be found discussing underwear under any circumstances.

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The Year That Was in Arlington

Feeding the multitudes during COVID — one can at a time

In March 2020, COVID suddenly brought about the closing of schools where children had regularly received free breakfast and lunches.

Potomac Home Sales: February, 2021

In February, 2021, 48 Potomac homes sold between $2,599,000-$305,000.

Potomac Home Sales: February, 2021

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Go Green, Go Native

Mow less, mow high, grow more, choose nature.

The manicured lawn may be an iconic symbol of the American suburbs, but lawns have ecological downsides, and there are alternatives, Tami Sheiffer told members of the Friends of Mason Neck at a March 7 Zoom meeting titled “Mow Less, Grow More.”

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Daffodils are Bursting Out all Over in Arlington

Things may be different this year, but 28,000 daffodils are waiting to poke their tendrils above ground and burst into bloom at Culpepper Garden this spring.

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ArPets: ‘No One Came Looking for Me’

I got lost. And no one came looking for me.

Fairfax County Planning Commission Recommends Denial of Flag Limitations

It's not a done deal.

The Fairfax County Planning Commission voted 11-0 to recommend denial to the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors to replace the current zoning ordinance establishing specific regulations for flags and flagpoles in the New and Modernized Zoning Ordinance (zMOD Updates) countywide.

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HomeLifeStyle: McLean Home

Sunny, free-flowing home created by removing walls and adding windows.

After relocating to McLean from the West Coast and purchasing a home, the family knew that major changes were needed to accommodate their family, which includes two children.

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Potomac Home Gets Family-Friendly Remodel

Six bedrooms, each with its own bathroom

Having relocated 18 times in 30 years, a local couple had enough design experience to have ideas in place when they moved into their Potomac, Maryland home.

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This Town of Herndon Protects Its Homeowners

Staff person reviews contractor agreements for free

In the Town of Herndon, homeowners, regardless of income levels, have an ally on their side when dealing with contractors.

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Open in the Winter in Great Falls

Shoppers make Great Falls Community Farmers Market a weekly event

Even though winter continues in the area, the Great Falls Community Farmers Market drew customers to its location at 778 Walker Road, Great Falls, on March 6.

Register Now for the Spring “Virtual” Senior Academy

Session Begins Wednesday, April 7

Spring is in the air and Senior Services of Alexandria is excited to be hosting its Spring Senior Academy virtually via Zoom starting in April.