Cat lovers of the region, rejoice: Alexandria’s first cat café is on the loose.
Only Annie Johnson Withers could describe her own feelings when she lost a grandson and two daughters just a day apart from each other.
Linda Easley didn’t know where to turn.
A major expansion project was recently completed at the Burke Community Church, adding space for a 1,150-seat worship center, adult classrooms, offices, lobby, cafe, bookstore and commercial kitchen.
Brooke’s Bridal & Ball opens
Brooke Ramos initially wanted to be a wedding planner.
Westfield High grad Erin Peterson was an18-year-old honor student, with her whole life ahead of her, when she and 31 others died in the April 16, 2007 massacre at Virginia Tech.
Karen Campblin named Sully District Community Champion.
Fair Oaks resident Karen Campblin has a passion for helping others and improving her community.
The student-run and self-taught group, known as Project Caelus, is trying to launch a liquid-fueled rocket to the edge of space.
A group of 26 students at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology (TJ) just came one step closer to launching a rocket to the edge of Earth’s atmosphere.
At Fairfax County Public Safety Headquarters, County Fire Chief John S. Butler stepped to the podium at the 9-11 Remembrance Ceremony to commemorate lives lost on September 11, 2001.
Components that should be included in effective forums.
As symbols of racial tension and injustice seemed ubiquitous this summer, a group of parishioners at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Alexandria began meeting virtually to engage in dialogues about the thorny issue of race.
Potomac artist explores theme of resilience in time of coronavirus, wins award.
Nimi Trehan, a long-time Potomac resident and artist, was presented with an Award of Excellence for her painting, “Unwavering,” in the on-line exhibit The Spirit of Resilience presented by The Healing Power of Art and Artists, an initiative of Manhattan Arts International.
If you aren't familiar with how horses are helping people, read on.
Horses and the People they Help: A Six-Part Series
One mom's commitment to helping her son to get back to therapeutic riding.
"When your child is young and has a diagnosis, you try anything," says Rachel Kirkland.
Equine Assisted Learning teaches critical life skills.
"The ability to be aware to have compassion; to be confident, but not arrogant; and to take joy in helping to create someone else's success."
The 21-year-old Paint Gelding is a great listener.
“Everyone gets her. Everyone accepts her. Everyone likes her. And that means a lot, as a parent.”