Nonprofit provides money in an emergency.
Never heard of THRIVE Arlington? There is a reason for that. THRIVE has existed for 40 years in Arlington, albeit under a different name: AMEN.
Blue, white and yellow T-shirts are draped over white crosses dotted across the lawn of Rock Spring United Congregational United Church of Christ at 5010 Little Falls Road in Arlington.
But this time without fainting.
It was a sudden death spell-off between two contestants who had gone through 43 rounds with no mistakes.
Blessing of the animals resume after bad weather.
The blessing of the animals at the Church of the Holy Comforter in Vienna took place on Saturday, Oct. 10.
Re-elect Delegate Kathleen Murphy so she can go back to the General Assembly and continue to push for common sense gun safety laws.
Ron Glass, a commercial broker with Long & Foster Real Estate, has been named top producer for August 2015 for Long & Foster’s Commercial Division, located in Tysons Corner.
Woodley Hills Food 4 Thought helps families with food insecurity.
Dina Koch and Sara Boehm of the Mount Vernon area of Alexandria want to teach her children when they see a problem, they should step in, reach out and fix it.
League of Women Voters hosts forum.
They may not be old enough to vote, but twin sisters Madelyn and Miranda Khoury paid as much attention to the presentations as anyone in the audience at an Oct. 5 Meet the Candidates event hosted by the League of Women Voters of Fairfax.
All Billy McLeod ever wanted to do was fly. The 93-year-old Springfield resident was born and grew up in Pensacola, Fla., a younger brother to two sisters who married U.S. Navy pilots.
Local members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (“Mormon” or “LDS”) are once again answering Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s invitation to join the annual “Day to Serve” event.
Kelly Layfield and Alyson Franca Pollard used to host yoga classes all around Clifton -- the town hall, large barn, any green open space -- but not longer.
Shannon Duncan of the Falls Church area isn’t a big runner herself, but when she sees a 5K road race, it always catches her eye
Robinson students chat live with interstellar alumnus.
Robinson Secondary School principal Matthew Eline knew the event would be special when he received a package from NASA.
Michele Thames, the new executive director of SafeSpot Children’s Advocacy Center, brought a furry assistant when she recently joined the organization in Fairfax County. Her professionally trained facility dog Pecos worked with her previously at the Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters child abuse program in Norfolk.
Linda Diane Wallis, aka Lynn Wallis Miller, 51, of Fairfax, was charged by criminal information for her alleged role in three fraud schemes totaling over $1 million in losses, including embezzling $653,000 from Virginia State Senator Richard Saslaw’s campaign fund.
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