Elaborate plans open spots for congregation and community.
Walker Chapel United Methodist Church, after four long years of permits and drawings and dreams, is set to break ground on renovations to its historic cemetery.
Story of nine Vietnamese women in their fight against French oppression
Patricia (Kit) Norland sat listening to a Vietnamese social worker in 1988 in Saigon as Oanh explained in beautiful English what it was like to suffer postwar trauma with poverty, unemployment, domestic abuse and street children.
“Live from the Rug Shop” features local performers.
A stack of 3x10-foot runners lines one of the walls at Manoukian Brothers Oriental Rugs on Columbia Pike.
Cars full of bouncing, excited children line up in the parking lot of Cherrydale United Methodist Church on the first day of spring break to participate in Encore Stage and Studio outdoor, in-person Spring Break Camp.
Feeding the multitudes during COVID — one can at a time
In March 2020, COVID suddenly brought about the closing of schools where children had regularly received free breakfast and lunches.
Things may be different this year, but 28,000 daffodils are waiting to poke their tendrils above ground and burst into bloom at Culpepper Garden this spring.
Feeding our community, one garden at a time
What better way to celebrate the coming Spring season than joining the Plot Against Hunger’s Spring Garden Kickoff on March 13?
Woman’s Club sponsors bike garden
Instead of planting vegetable seeds, The Woman's Club of Arlington is planting good safety seeds on rules of the road.
Challenges posed by Covid add to tough road to recovery
Kari Galloway, Executive Director of Friends of Guest House in Alexandria, says “It’s hard. Our clients feel like they just got out of prison and then they come here and get quarantined for two weeks in their room.”
Load up your backpack, wash your hands, complete your daily online symptom screener, put on your mask, and head for the school bus.