Wednesday, April 29
U.S. has 973,000 Covid-19 Cases as of Monday, with over 50,000 deaths, while here at home we cope with business task forces, food shortages, medicaid expansion, expired licenses and more.
The lot at the Greater Morning Star Apostolic Church is busy on Sundays.
Catfish meal in Mount Vernon.
Spot is picked but public meetings and COVID-19 are obstacles.
Friday, April 24
Thursday, April 23
Businesses notify state officials of 5,000 layoffs in Northern Virginia.
Businesses across Northern Virginia are flooding the Virginia Economic Commission with thousands of layoff notifications, an indication of how deep the region’s economic uncertainty is becoming as the COVID-19 crisis continues its devastating path. Since the beginning of March, the commission has received notification of about 5,000 layoffs in Northern Virginia. That’s more layoffs in one part of the state than all the other regions in Virginia combined.
In the pandemic, need for food is great around Rising Hope United Methodist Church
Wednesday, April 22
Distance Learning goes awry for FCPS.
Twitter Q & A with Chairman of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors.
Tuesday, April 21
A variety of local offerings allows for days filled with activity.
Saturday, April 18
United Community expands efforts during COVID-19 pandemic.
Ft. Belvoir Man Arrested for Unlawfully Filming Men in Home Depot Bathrooms – Detectives Seeking Additional Victims
Friday, April 17
Special Earth Day Address from His Holiness Pope Francis to be included in Earth Day.
Veto session to consider 101 amendments to bills is next week.
Thursday, April 16
Part three of the Telegraph Road series goes to the edge of Alexandria.
Telegraph Road, part 3
A look at the woman leading us through the coronavirus pandemic.
Wednesday, April 15
Opinion: Commentary: Do Not Forget About People with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities – And Those That Care for Them
Various Chambers of Commerce are helping members to get through the pandemic.
Small businesses wait for banks to get federal money from the Paycheck Protection Program.
Like many business owners across Northern Virginia, Cyrille Brenac is still waiting to hear back from his bank about his application to the Paycheck Protection Program. That’s the $350 billion program that was part of the $2.2 trillion stimulus law designed to offer money to small businesses who can demonstrate they are keeping their employees. For Brenac, who lives in the Cherrydale neighborhood of Arlington, the money would help him rehire about 50 employees of his two French restaurants he laid off when the economy abruptly shut down as the result of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Tuesday, April 14
Juggling the role of parent and employee.
County's updated budget proposal strikes millions in planned disbursements.
Friday, April 10
When does a defendant no longer have the right to a speedy trial?
Judges across Northern Virginia are about to be presented with a difficult question: Does the crisis created by the coronavirus pandemic trump a defendant’s right to a speedy trial?
The second of three articles exploring historic Telegraph Road in southern Fairfax County.
What we do this week and next week will make a big difference to ensure we do not overwhelm our healthcare system.
All new spending in the state’s new two-year budget is on hold.
Wednesday, April 8
Creating a professional backdrop for video conferencing.
County responds to NOVA Equity Agenda Coalition initiative.
“Stay home. Wash your hands.”
Sunday, April 5
Students, organizations stay connected while staying safe.
Saturday, April 4
Wednesday, April 1
Turning pantry staples into delicious and nutritious meals.
The first of three articles exploring historic Telegraph Road in southern Fairfax County.
Local rescue tackles new animal welfare crisis.
The Community Foundation for Northern Virginia Awards Block Grants.
On the front lines of the pandemic.