Registration closes at the end of the school day, Thursday, May 21.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced George Mason High School seniors to have a virtual graduation instead of the traditional one at DAR Constitution Hall.
The youngest member of the family, Cam, seemed happy to be soaking up some Vitamin D.
The center has seen increasing demand amid the coronavirus pandemic and currently distributes groceries to over 2,400 families each week in Arlington.
A coronavirus cancellation didn’t stop the Paolettas from celebrating the Kentucky Derby on May 2.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Arlington has moved all its Education and Workforce Development classes to distance learning, consistent with social distancing guidance, in an effort to continue serving clients with the safety of students, staff and volunteers at the forefront.
If you see him out and about, wish him a happy birthday!
Interested participants can submit their stories, photographs, journal entries, short video clips, art images or other digital files by June 10 using the online form at bit.ly/34HZvS8.
Residents are encouraged to turn on a light, put an electric candle in a window or string lights in your trees to show their support for those who are working to fight the disease.
Mama Chicken is very laid back and the kittens enjoy sleeping peacefully during the day and running amok all hours of the night.