Friday, January 31
Thursday, January 30
Northern Virginia lawmakers hope to regulate student-loan servicing companies.
Sen. Janet Howell (D-32) and Del. Marcus Simon (D-53) have introduced a bill they call the Borrowers Bill of Rights, which would use the power of the State Corporation Commission to crack down on what they call the egregious practices of student loan servicing companies.
Wednesday, January 29
The most common tricks and have to avoid them.
Board of Supervisors Legislative Committee: Tracking items of interest to County against Governor's proposed budget and specific legislation.
Dedicated lanes will run down the center of Richmond Highway.
Bus Rapid Transit
Upgraded facility will address the safety and efficiency of this county asset.
Tuesday, January 28
Don Beyer: ‘Next Steps Depend On Congress’
Monday, January 27
Friday, January 24
LTA Stages ”A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder.”
Thursday, January 23
Five Fairfax County Teen Job Fairs and Career-Building Workshops to be held in March.
Wednesday, January 22
The waiting areas inside were segregated at one time.
Newington train station
Workhouse Arts Center now houses a museum that explores two phases of the Lorton Reformatory experience.
Fairfax mother and her children act inspire others with the handmade items.
Crochet Coffee Sleeves Spread Positive Vibe
Teaching children how to budget, save and manage finances.
Democrats poised to impose new regulations on high-interest lenders.
The days of unregulated high-interest lending may be coming to a close in Virginia. Now that Democrats have seized control of the General Assembly, members of the Legislative Black Caucus say cracking down on predatory lending is one of their top priorities for the 2020 session.
Tuesday, January 21
It’s Day One; Take Action for Fairfax County Board of Supervisors.
Capitol Police estimates around 22,000 people attended peaceful gun rights rally in Richmond.
Friday, January 17
Story of true love and acceptance between Princesses Anna and Elsa.
Thursday, January 16
Five-year project coming to dismantle and dispose of this lesser known feature of the base.
Nuclear plant at Belvoir
Wednesday, January 15
Dependable, stable and calming are the characteristics of the Color of the Year for 2020.
401st VA General Assembly reconvenes with a tsunami of filed legislation.
Inspiring girls to be strong, confident and healthy.
Highlights of some of the bills proposed.
Monday, January 13
Friday, January 10
Thursday, January 9
School Board allows excuse absence for activism.
Schools allow for civic activities.
Wednesday, January 8
Northern Virginia Democrats struggle with power now that they have it.
When they were in the minority, Democrats were mostly united in their views about everything from gun control and reproductive rights to the Equal Rights Amendment. Now that they’ve seized power, though, members of the newly minted majority are hearing from opposite sides on everything from gerrymandering and labor rights.
The benefits of and strategies for taking a month-long booze break.
Legislation would prohibit any health care provider from engaging in conversion therapy with a minor patient.
Matt Roberts now behind the wheel for FABB
None of us came to Congress to impeach a president, but each of us took an oath to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.