Cyber crooks are out to steal our critical data – bank accounts, passwords, even tax refunds.
With no interruption in service to loyal Springfield Plaza customers as promised, Giant opened their new, larger, 50,000 square foot store with enhanced features at the Plaza at 6 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 13.
Action was slow at the community center because of early voting.
As precinct chief, Caroline Klam has been watching over elections in Arlington for a long time.
AFAC orders 2,500 turkeys to feed needy families
A refrigerated Cisco semi-trailer sprinkled with raindrops pulls up in front of the Arlington Food Assistance Center (AFAC) headquarters on Wednesday, Nov. 11.
This year’s Eagle Scout project took a different spin with the advent of coronavirus.
Patrick Moran chosen as pilot for commercial space travel program
Patrick Moran is in his car headed for Spaceport America, New Mexico.
I'm obsessed with my beagle's upper lip.
From war and pandemic to claptrap and taffeta, the evolution of the holiday in Alexandria.
The story of Thanksgiving is fake news riddled with misinformation and fraud.
Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich, after consultation with County Health Officer Travis Gayles and based on data, has issued Executive Order 122-20 that reduced capacity limits for businesses, including restaurants and retail establishments.
Marymount psychology professor offers solution to distance learning obstacles
For some students and professors, the loss of in-person contact has disrupted higher education and the experiences that often accompany it.
Fairfax County board chairman elected president of statewide organization representing interests of Virginia’s 95 counties
Jeffrey McKay, Chairman of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, was elected to serve as 2021 President of the Virginia Association of Counties (VACo).
Families across Northern Virginia are challenged with online education.
American Legion Post 184 Herndon-Reston installs modified Avenue of Flags
Due to COVID restrictions, the Town of Herndon canceled its public recognition program on the Town Green for its Veterans Day Observance sponsored annually by The Wayne M. Kidwell American Legion Post 184 Herndon-Reston.
On Wednesday, Oct. 14, Bryan Daniell, Assistant Manager of Sprouts Farmers Market in Herndon, presented Food For Neighbors with a $5,000 Neighborhood Grant from the Sprouts Healthy Communities Foundation.
Together they made it happen.
In reality, the project Chantilly-based non-profit organization HomeAid Northern Virginia recently completed for The Closet of Greater Herndon proved different from its typical work, but was a game-changer for the nonprofit thrift shop located in a 100-year-old building in the heart of the town’s historic downtown district.