The relentlessly cheery holiday season pressures people to put on a happy face, but those riding out life’s storms need consoling, not forced enthusiasm.
A collaborative effort between UBS and Vienna Elementary School is helping students get an early start learning about personal finance.
The annual “Scouting for Food” effort brought in more than 2,900 pounds of food for SHARE of McLean, in part due to the initiative of Boy Scout Troop 1130 of McLean.
Montpelier, the yearbook of James Madison High School, was honored as a Best in Show recipient and was ranked sixth in the nation in its size category at the National Scholastic Press Association’s recent fall convention.
The Vienna Arts Society will present “Ensemble,” a collection of members’ artwork – including etchings, paintings, sculpture, woven-bead jewelry and fused glass – from Dec. 9 to Jan. 9 at the Katibeh Art Center, 2070 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 180, in Vienna.
Historic Vienna Inc. will host holiday shopping on three successive Saturdays – Dec. 3, 10 and 17 – from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day in addition to regular store hours at the Freeman Store and Museum.
- Metro unions to host town-hall meetings in January
- Flint Hill Cemetery to start columbarium construction next year
- ‘Giving Circle of Hope’ announces grant recipients
- Ground broken for parking garage adjacent to future transit station
- Editor’s Notebook: Don’t anyone tell Fairfax County officials about this, OK?
- Vienna police investigate man's death
- Great Falls Citizens Assn. presses for intersection upgrade
- Fairfax employment again bumps up over 600,000
- N.Va. Transportation Commission chair mulls changing name of panel
- Reston man faces slew of charges after fleeing Vienna traffic stop
- McLean Project for Arts readies temporary space for its debut
- Regional unemployment rate shows year-over-year decline
- Fairfax: Don’t think about parking illegally, ‘even for a minute’
- Fairfax Public-Safety Notes, 12/1/16 edition
- McLean/Great Falls Notes, 12/1/16 edition
- Vienna/Oakton Notes, 12/1/16 edition
- Editor’s Notebook: Let’s not be saying things we might regret later
- PHOTOS: Madison falls to Westfield in football playoffs
- Work of 98-year-old artist features at Freeman Store
- Vienna government to host recycling event