It began with the discussions at the regular Wednesday morning mom’s meeting at Kenmore Elementary and morphed into an effort to provide food to ...
Monday, May 25 Arlington County Cases: 1,897 Virginia Cases: 37,727 United States Cases: 1,612,114 Arlington County Deaths: 101 Virginia Deat...
Masks were worn. Distances were kept. At Arlington National Cemetery, only those with family passes were allowed to enter the hallowed grounds May ...
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It began with the discussions at the regular Wednesday morning mom’s meeting at Kenmore Elementary and morphed into an effort to provide food to needy families in Arlington.
Life goes on in Arlington through sign language.
OPENING NOW: Northern Virginia will open into Phase 1 on Thursday, May 28.
Arlington National Cemetery restricts Memorial Day observances.
Masks were worn. Distances were kept. At Arlington National Cemetery, only those with family passes were allowed to enter the hallowed grounds May 25 to observe Memorial Day and pay tribute to fallen veterans.
Graduates cobble together a memorable event despite virus.
A few ebullient graduates, keeping social distance, came to the Marymount campus on Saturday to pose for “graduation pictures,” even going so far as to throw their mortar boards in the air and catch them to simulate one of the great joys of finally receiving a degree.