In Fairfax County, there are three main types of ticks, but only one type — the deer tick — is linked to lyme disease. The others could carry an ...
“The elections are behind us. Now it’s time for the real work of advocacy to start again,” said Social Action Linking Together (SALT) founder John ...
As part of its community outreach and veteran support programs, Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 227, Dean K. Phillips Memorial Chapter of North...
Sunday, Dec. 16, from 12-4 p.m. Four Seasons Hotel Washington, D.C. For more information and tickets, visit: childrensnational.org/lightupthe...
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Annual SALT conference celebrates 2018 achievements, outlines 2019 priorities.
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