News Jack-the-Ripper Certified Arborists Inc. won the business category of Fairfax County’s 2008 Environmental Excellent Awards which recognize advancement or support of Fairfax County’s environmental goals and policy statements; dedication of personal time and expertise beyond normal fiscal or civic responsibilities; and leadership as a role model for others.
It wasn’t long into her 12 year tenure at Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School that teacher Maryel Barry conceived the idea for a club that would unite old and young alike in the bonds of friendship and respect.
Television forever changed the game of poker and is solely responsible for the resurgence of no limit Texas Hold’em. Before that, limit hold’em was the name of the game.
Clermont Elementary students (above) are participating in four-week-long book drive for families in need in New Orleans and some in Northern Virginia. Each student has made a goal to donate at least one new or gently used book to the collection. (Photo: Courtesy Paula Treger)
I’m terrible at golf but I love the game with a passion.
New Vienna Music School Features a Prerequisite of Rock and Roll On July 9, the Northern Virginia branch of the Paul Green School of Rock Music opened its doors to aspiring rock and roll stars. Like the 2003 movie “School of Rock,” starring Jack Black, which was inspired by […]
It was a dark week for the Commonwealth. On Monday, one of the state’s premier centers for higher learning, Virginia Tech, was struck a magnitude of gun violence which has never been seen before on U.S. soil.
Smithsonian Kite Festival, March 31 at 10 a.m. at the Washington Monument
With back to back matches two nights in a row, the McLean High School girls volleyball team was not able to capture a victory against the unbeaten Langley Saxons (16-25, 25-23, 22-25, 11-25). The Highlanders rallied to take the second game with good passing and strong net play from the […]