As a community, it is safe to say that we value youth development and empowerment.
Shakespeare in the Park comes to Fairfax City.
Deep in an enchanted forest, four young lovers are brawling over each other’s affections while a troupe of actors prepares for the opportunity of a lifetime.
City awards grants to all eligible applicants.
Fairfax City wants its small businesses to succeed, and it’s showing it in a tangible way by putting its money where its mouth is.
Will help working families, students, while FCPS is online.
While COVID-19 has forced FCPS to offer distance learning until it’s safe to do otherwise, Fairfax City is stepping up to provide working families with a School Age Child Care program for students in grades K-6.
Funds launch Capital Caring Health's ‘So No One Dies Alone Program.’
The local nonprofit provider of elder health, hospice and advanced illness care, Capital Caring Health, received a $30K donation from EagleForce Warrior Foundation to launch the provider's 'So No One Dies Alone Program' for Veterans from Northern Virginia and nearby areas and their families.
Local tastemakers speak honestly about racial barriers within the profession.
As recent racial injustice protests have brought issues of diversity and inclusion to the forefront of the nation’s consciousness, local interior designers of color are voicing concerns about equity and underrepresentation within the industry.
NAACP holds virtual Town Hall.
Fairfax County NAACP held a virtual Town Hall on Wednesday, Aug. 5.
OrthoVirginia has relocated offices in Northern Virginia.
Assistance League of Northern Virginia reports that its Weekend Food for Kids program, which was modified because of COVID-19, is still helping food-insecure elementary school children and their families this summer.
Fairfax City Council approves 50 new townhouses.
Courtesy of a Comprehensive Plan amendment and a rezoning, 50 townhouses will eventually be built on the site of a church moving from its current site in Fairfax City.
The money goes to families of children with cancer.
Founded in 2014, Ellie’s Hats makes life a little brighter for children with cancer and their families.
Whether or not I'm certain about my attitude toward being a dual cancer threat (non small cell lung and papillary thyroid, cancer), only my subconscious knows for sure.
The Fairfax County Park Authority will honor six individuals and groups with 2020 Elly Doyle Park Service Special Recognition Awards at a virtual volunteer celebration in November.
A record number of Virginia members of the American Association of University Women, a national advocate for women’s equity, attended their annual Summer Leadership Meeting on July 25, 26, and 27.
Free vaccine clinics are designed to help ensure that all children are vaccinated.
While there’s a cloud of uncertainty over what the back-to school season will look like this year, one thing is certain: children still need to be vaccinated.