Given the technological advancements that are available today and having been shown that teleworking is possible, employers should see this time as an opportunity to hire more individuals with disabilities.
With deepest grieving, we join all who knew him in profoundly lamenting the passing of City of Falls Church Council member Daniel X. Sze this week.
STRESS! That feeling of physical or emotional tension brought on by our unceasing heat and high humidity, Covid-19, economic uncertainty, social unrest, or perhaps simply a difficult personal or family situation. Whatever the cause, the fallout in our community and across the country is intense.
When the county board holds hearings on plans to rename Lee Highway, expect an appearance from naysayer Bernie Berne.
In 2020, there is an easy thing all of us can do to help Northern Virginia: participate in the 2020 Census.
“The amendment is a workable compromise and clearly an improvement over the current system, which lets the party in power choose its voters.”
But as a meaningful and practical matter, the best we can do, and must do, is to advance social and economic justice through a serious promotion of affordable housing initiatives in the City.
Fairfax County’s 427 public parks are among the best in the nation. From 1.44 acre Bel Air Park in Mason District to 1,555 acre Huntley Meadows in Lee District, and everything in between, Fairfax County residents and visitors can find nearly any activity close by, and often free.
My duties as a reporter broadened last week to accommodate the chance to interview a beauty pageant winner.
It is this newspaper’s mission to achieve just these purposes and we are thankful for the recognition and the fact that, after almost 30 years, we’re still here.