Virginia lawmakers passed a bill that will ban the use of a person’s perceived or actual sexual orientation or gender identity as a defense in court for the assault or murder of an LGBTQ person.
The new school represents to us not only a highly functional public school brilliant in myriad ways, but a symbol, a veritable monument honoring the value of public education itself.
The League of Women Voters-Falls Church and Citizens for a Better City are co-sponsoring a series of public forums to discuss the state of affordable housing in the city called “Affordable Housing Falls Church: Problems & Prospects.”
Local, virtual, theater and live music events in and around the City of Falls Church from February 25 – March 3, 2021
The Purim Spiel at Temple Rodef Shalom play tells the story of the Book of Esther, put often in a humorous and highly entertaining way to help bring the events of Esther to life.
Walt Bartman, the founder and director of Yellow Barn Studio and Gallery who has won numerous awards for painting and teaching, will be giving a demonstration on color utilization at the McLean Art Society’s meeting on Friday, Feb. 26 from 10 a.m. – noon.
Aya Ahmed of Justice High School was one of three Fairfax County Public School students selected from over 4,200 applicants as recipients of the 2021 National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT) honorable mention for computing-related aspirations.
Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) student writers won 30 Gold Key awards in the 2021 Regional Scholastic Writing Awards competition. In all, 163 Gold Key, Silver Key, and Honorable Mentions were earned by FCPS students.
NOVA ScriptsCentral (NSC), Northern Virginia’s largest charitable nonprofit pharmacy, announced in January that it is initiating a Diabetes Access Pilot program designed specifically to assist those in the Northern Virginia area living with Diabetes who need access to insulin.
Chesterbrook Elementary student Jonathan [name omitted by parent’s request] was named a winner of Computer Science in Your Neighborhood, a contest offered by the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) and CodeVA for Computer Science Education Week.