— Even in 23 Degrees
Sushi Zen organizes 20 fundraisers in one year to assist non-profit organizations.
From line dancing to modern dance.
But not for the competitors.
Green Acres Senior Center hosts bocce competition.
Twenty years, thirty events for Senior Olympian Toftoy.
Participants can compete in 70 different events.
Ethnic choices around every corner.
Catholic Diocese of Arlington sends 820 teen volunteers.
Retiring from school library.
Experiencing changes in teaching
Learning to look at the long term.
Rock Spring UCC to host June 17 event.
New one-stop website responds to citizen concerns.
Author shares her creation with children at Woodbury Park Apartments.
Awaiting asylum decision.
Interfaith group offers advocacy, life skills programs and community events.
Advice about DACA, green cards, work permits and more.
Showing how conservation landscaping can work.
ArtFest continues through Friday, April 7.
Seventy-five volunteers have gathered at CUMC on Filmore Street on March 11 to package 20,000 meals for Stop Hunger Now.
A plumbers work in Old Town, Alexandria
Plans move forward to transform CUMC property.
The road has been a long one for the Central United Methodist Church (CUMC) efforts to transform their property in Ballston into a new worship space.
33 years of 364-day customer favorites.
An Arlington institution is disappearing.
Fun, food and games.
Sasha hears familiar footsteps and sits at the top of the stairs waiting for his food and fun to begin.
Local programs, services help ex-offenders.
Ex-offenders may face stigma, lack of family support, inadequate life skills suitable for making it on "the outside" and difficulty getting and retaining employment.
Part II in a three-part series focusing on prisoner reentry in Northern Virginia
Thirty-eight thousand prisoners are incarcerated in Virginia with 12,000 adults and 500 juveniles projected to be released each year.
Here’s to fun dining.
Everyone can find their grandmother at BABA's according to Ivan Iricanin, the owner of the new restaurant on Wilson Boulevard scheduled to open Feb. 1.
Boarding the bus for the Jan. 21 Women’s March, Ivy South says she is 88 years old and “this is my first march.”
Employment and housing prove to be major hurdles.
In Virginia, 38,000 citizens were incarcerated in 2016. Almost 90 percent of those released return home.
MADabolic opens new gym in Clarendon.
Marked white, teal and black weighted balls slam into the ground. Heavy ropes snake up and down through the air. Running shoes sprint across the floor.
Good cheer, warm and supportive environment
Walk into the Homeless Services Center at 2020-A 14th Street N and one immediately feels the good cheer.
Gift-wrapping for children of incarcerated individuals.
Susan Olson, chair of the Offenders Aid and Restoration Board (OAR), says this year they put the wish list for the children of incarcerated individuals on Amazon.
Christmas stockings can pose a number of challenges.
Charlie Gaylord from Boy Scout Troop 106 is nearing the end of his 167-house route on Williamsburg Boulevard at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 12.
Veteran counts his blessings.
Walk through the front door of Dennis Clark's new apartment on N. Thomas Street.