Saturday, November 30
Opinion: Commentary: Q&A: State Sen. Scott Surovell (D-36) on Expectations From New Virginia General Assembly
Wednesday, November 27
St. Lawrence Catholic Church in Franconia
Council credited with past efforts and future plans at anniversary gala.
MVCCA turns 50
Tuesday, November 26
Seniors among those joining turkey trots on Thanksgiving
Democrats continue to focus on education, transportation and economic equality issues.
Monday, November 25
Saturday, November 23
Friday, November 22
Wednesday, November 20
Site in Lorton to mark women’s struggle for right to vote.
For tens of thousands of families in our area, uncertainty and need are distant from the celebrations and plenty that so many of us associate with this holiday period.
Please send all submissions no later than Monday, Dec. 9, 2019. Earlier is better!
Holiday meal prep can help create life-long memories.
It’s not just the spotted lantern fly that’s causing problems.
Tuesday, November 19
Will sweeping change come to Virginia in 2020?
Monday, November 18
Friday, November 15
Thursday, November 14
The I-395 Express Lanes are opening soon, and tolling will begin.
Military Families Took the Stage for the Waynewood Elementary Veteran’s Day Celebration
Project touches on revitalizing Woodlawn in tune with other historic elements.
Woodlawn Cultural Center
Wednesday, November 13
Equestrian program touches everyone involved.
Local designers share ideas for creating a festive tablescape.
Monday, November 11
13th Annual Fair | Sunday, November 17th, 11 am – 2 pm | FREE and OPEN to the PUBLIC | Katzen Arts Center – American University @ Ward Circle – Massachusetts & Nebraska Ave. NW | Showcasing the many wonderful school choices available to families of children with diverse learning needs. Find out about individualized programs that will help your child thrive both academically and socially.
Friday, November 8
Story chronicles the March sisters in Louisa May Alcott's classic novel from the 1860s.
Meeting Wednesday, Nov. 13.
Wednesday, November 6
Gun violence prevention topped the action list for many.
Democrats take General Assembly, sweep Fairfax School Board; Republicans hold Springfield.
It wasn’t all that long ago that Northern Virginia had its own breed of Republicanism. People like U.S. Rep. Tom Davis (R-11), U.S. Sen. John Warner and Del. Dave Albo (R-42). Now, after a series of stunning defeats since the election of Donald Trump to the White House, Northern Virginia Republicans are a dying breed, with moderates bowing out or being voted out.
Sanity-saving strategies to get us through the not-so-silent holiday nights.
Tuesday, November 5
Ribbon-cutting for the new Bailey’s Shelter and Supportive Housing.
Friday, November 1
One night. A dozen restaurants. And unlimited food and drink.