First responders salute healthcare heroes at Inova Fair Oaks Hospital.
It’s nice to be appreciated – and, last Tuesday, May 5, at Inova Fair Oaks Hospital, local first responders let healthcare workers there know exactly how much they’re valued. At the 6:30 p.m. shift change, staff members walked outside and were greeted by fire engines, police cruisers, a gigantic American flag and about 100 first responders applauding them and holding signs and banners of appreciation.
There’s a robot invasion in downtown Fairfax! Well, no, not really; but friendly robots delivering delicious meals to City residents have definitely become part of the local scene.
Members happy to return to the greens.
When Fairfax County Park Authority announced its phased reopening would open golf courses on May 8, Laurel Hill Golf Club members Kelly Towns, of Burke, and Jim Poodiack, of Springfield, were among the first to get tee times. Towns enjoyed coming during work breaks before the club closure due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Virginia surpasses 25,000 cases; Phase I being discussed while numbers of cases and deaths continue to rise.
At the GW Community School, distancing doesn’t mean disconnecting.
Northern Virginia leaders urge regional approach to reopening state.
Regional mayors and chairs send letter to Gov. Northam.
A gloomy, dark space gets a light and bright update.
Candidates in their own words.
City continues to grapple with FY 21 budget.
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