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- Taking a Fantasy Flight to the North Pole from Northern Virginia
- Updated List of Shelters for the Homeless
- Fairfax: Holidays Come to City Concerts, Plays, Santa and S’mores
- Herndon: Tough Underground Work Underway on Silver Line Phase 2
- Fairfax: Robinson Square Root
- New Addition to Middleburg Real Estate/Atoka Properties
- Sponsored: The Enclave Groundbreaking Celebration
- From the Beginning to the End
- Girls on the Run of NOVA and Cigna Form Partnership
- Dragon Boating
- Burke: Robinson Girls' Lax Repeats as State Champion
- Burke: Robinson Boys' Lax Wins Third Straight State Championship
- Editorial: Holidays Are for Giving
- Reject the Meals Tax
- Partnership to Prevent and End Homelessness Supports Meals Tax
- American Elections: French Perspective
- Column: No to the Meals Tax
- Council gives go-ahead to Rust Curve project.
- Clinton and Kaine Carry Virginia, Trump Seizes Key Battlegrounds
- Bulova: Vote Yes
- Debating Pro & Con on Meals Tax
- Interfaith Partners for Justice Address Needs of Returning Citizens
NVRC has updated the list of shelters for the homeless, drop in centers and winter shelters in the region: Visit http://www.novaregion.org/index.aspx?NID=174
Temple B’nai Shalom in Fairfax Station and Lutheran Church of the Abiding Presence in Burke held a 30th consecutive joint Thanksgiving Eve service Nov. 23 at the Jewish congregation’s synagogue.
Hand mining used to dig tunnels through granite.
"Imagine crawling under your desk and digging through solid rock in that tight space on your knees for eight or more hours every day," Kearney said. Further, it's a job the public cannot see and therefore cannot appreciate.
33rd Interfaith Thanksgiving service at Burke Presbyterian Church celebrates differences.
“You can lament about the hate in the country right now,” she said, “but there’s a great sense of readiness to act in a different way, that we’re capable of being different and being together.” Co-pastors at Burke Presbyterian Church Rev. Meg Peery McLaughlin and her husband Rev. Jarrett insist the interfaith Thanksgiving service held in their worship hall on Nov. 22 was not in response to any perceived disunity in the country following the Presidential election.
Providence Players present ‘Best Christmas Pageant Ever.’
"We selected “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” because when we first mounted the show in 2012 it was such a resounding audience favorite,” said Jayne Victor, PPF Board President. “It is a delightfully funny show and has such a strong positive message for the Holiday season."