Thursday, April 27
Volunteer Fairfax honors service award-winners at 25th annual ceremony
Final adoption of the county budget takes place on May 2.
Home will be open to the public April 29-30.
Wednesday, April 26
Volunteers from Mount Vernon-Lee Chamber and Fort Belvoir.
Alexandria Calendar for the week of April 27-May 3
Tuesday, April 25
Advice about DACA, green cards, work permits and more.
Monday, April 24
More funds recommended for Diversion First, schools.
County seeks public’s ideas.
Campers will get a real-world view of the nursing profession.
Academic camps keep minds engaged when school is out.
Connolly addresses Global Leadership Forum.
Friday, April 21
In March, 2017, 134 homes sold between $1,249,000-$120,000 in the Mount Vernon area.
Mount Vernon Home Sales: March, 2017
Thursday, April 20
What's Happening for the rest of April in Alexandria
Fair Winds Brewery wins title
Wednesday, April 19
VDOT hosts Route 1 Widening meeting: Jeff Todd Way to Napper Road.
Barricade incident in Fort Hunt area.
The Connection is seeking submissions for its annual photo gallery.
Tuesday, April 18
Camp experiences can enhance social and psychological development, say experts.
Thursday, April 13
Federal spending, interest rates, employment patterns feature at Mount Vernon-Lee Economic Outlook summit.
Mount Vernon-Lee Economic Outlook summit.
Wednesday, April 12
Federal spending, interest rates, employment patterns feature at Mount Vernon-Lee Economic Outlook summit
Tuesday, April 11
Fairfax County launches ‘Make the Call’ campaign.
Open House, April 22, will feature three seminars, industry experts and New showroom.
Budget woes threaten progress as the number of homeless people drops below 1,000 for the first time in Fairfax County.
Local tastemakers offer spring table setting and centerpiece ideas.
Thursday, April 6
Event raises $4,000.
Wednesday, April 5
Clarifying county’s stance on immigration sparks sharp exchange among supervisors.
‘The Best with What We Have’
Opening up records of “unattended deaths” to families.
Tuesday, April 4
Last chance to see it in Northern Virginia.
Doing what one wants.
Thriving Family Summit addresses drug addiction.
Monday, April 3
In the 1950s, Hollin Hills was a mecca for cutting-edge housing design; 60 years later, mid-century modern is a resurgent style ripe for nuanced improvements.
Retirees find special satisfactions in pair of art studios, and front porch with view.
Exercises for strength, endurance, balance and aerobics are key.
Housing and homeless services providers discuss “Complex needs and promising solutions.”