Volunteers still needed for Shepherd’s Center Of McLean-Arlington-Falls Church

We have heard recently how important it is to offer help to the elderly who are unable to do things for themselves and to put others ahead of ourselves.

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A Perfect Fit

Potomac resident celebrates 40 years in the upscale lingerie business.

Dressed in a baggy t-shirt and jeans, a middle-aged woman opens the door of a lingerie boutique in Chevy Chase and take a few steps inside before come to an abrupt halt.

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Kitchen Remodeling, Dining for Two in Oak Hill

There's no doubt that the concept of a family kitchen has been radically altered in the past few decades.

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Overcoming downsizing decorating dilemmas

Downsizing can present some furnishings and decorating dilemmas? What do we keep? What will work in new spaces? How do I make some rooms multi-functional? And what about all that memorabilia?

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It Takes a Village

Local groups help seniors socialize, manage everyday tasks.

When Penelope Roberts, 73, of Alexandria, Virginia, had knee replacement surgery last month, she knew she would be out of commission for several weeks.

Letter: Appeal to Save the Trees

To the Editor

Why are beautiful, healthy trees being cut down all over the Headquarters of the Reston Association?

Letter: Before Libraries Go Digital

To the Editor

It has been suggested that we don't need libraries or books anymore as everything is available digitally and on the Internet.

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Reston Town Center Filled with Light to Fund Blood Cancer Research and Cure

Chris Zavadowski’s father Rich was diagnosed with a “rare, aggressive blood disorder” called peripheral T-cell lymphoma, non-specified.

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Assistance League Launches Weekend Food for Kids Campaign

Assistance League of Northern Virginia held its 2015-16 Weekend Food for Kids Kickoff event on Sept. 24 at Dominion Virginia Power’s Lincoln Park office in Herndon.

Local Writers Recognize Winners of 3rd Annual Student Writing Contest

The Writers of Chantilly, a not-for-profit organization of local professional and aspiring writers in Chantilly, will recognize the winners of the 3rd Annual Student Writing Contest, co-sponsored by the Writers of Chantilly and the Chantilly Regional Public Library, at the Chantilly Regional Public Library on Sunday, Sept. 27.

Business Owner Seeks To Share Life-Changing Fitness

Anytime Fitness to open in Chantilly.

Finding the time to exercise is a struggle for many, but it is about to get easier for area residents thanks to Dino Garcia, a Herndon resident, who is in the process of launching an Anytime Fitness gym in Chantilly. Garcia’s goal for the grand opening is late fall.

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Local Singer Goes International

Herndon native, Oakton High graduate Elizabeth Dean rocking European radio.

Herndon native and Washington, D.C. resident Elizabeth Dean’s voice has been rocking European radio. S

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Reston: Open Space Classic

Proceeds from Rescue Reston’s First Golf Classic and Nature Walk to help in legal fight against development of Reston National.

Rescue Reston held a fundraising golf tournament and nature hike Monday, Oct. 5 at Reston National Golf Course, three weeks before Rescue Reston’s lawsuit is scheduled to be heard in Fairfax County Circuit Court.

Bulova Welcomes Leadership Fairfax ’s Class of 2016

Leadership Fairfax’s 10-month LFI Signature Program started off the year with two inspiring opening days at Reston Association on Sept. 25 and 26.

Preparing for Retirement

McLean Community Center offers help for residents facing the many decisions retirement brings.

This fall, McLean Community Center (MCC) has put together a five-part series called “Are You Ready for the Rest of Your Life?”