- Area Scouts Participate in Fall Camporee
- iPads Come Into the Classroom
- Take a Hike!
- Charity Home Tour Set for Nov. 15
- WWII History and a Mystery Unveiled
- Mount Vernon to Host Edison in Win-Or-Go-Home Game
- Faddoul Is Bishop Ireton's Humbled Star
- Q&A: RB Young Helps Wakefield to First Winning Season Since 1983
- Madison Continues Playoff Push with Shutout of McLean
- Fairfax Field Hockey Wins Sixth Straight Title
- Ten Days in Diplomacy
- Bragging Scofflaw?
- Lights … and Learning
- An Answer Down the Road?
- Accreditation: A Mixed Bag
- New Trail Adds 1,200 Feet of Sidewalk to McLean
- Mutiny at the Debate
- Down to the Wire
- Next Tuesday: Time To Vote
- Just a Days Left for Voting Early, Absentee
The Old Dominion District Fall Camporee was held Oct. 17, 18, and 19 at Sky Meadows State Park. Six hundred seventeen Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venture scouts and Scouters from Old Dominion, Colonial, and Occoquan Districts participated in this Pioneer theme campout.
Sixty first and second graders at Keene Mill try out these devices during the school day.
Tablets and iPads in the hands of 6-year-olds is not such an unusual sight anymore, and now these devices are being used in the classroom. At Keene Mill Elementary School, 60 iPads are in the hands of first and second grade students, and being used to “change the time, place and pace of learning.”
Hiking group brings nature closer to Northern Virginians.
Shortly before 1 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 26, the parking lot by the softball field at Wakefield Park in Annandale filled up and several people approached Stefan Eom, of Annandale, the leader for the six-mile Wakefield to Lake Accotink hike organized by the Northern Virginia Hiking Club (NVHC).
Sun Design Remodeling, Daniels Design and Remodeling and Kohlmark Group Architects and Builders are sponsoring an “open house“ tour of three newly remodeled homes in Clifton for the benefit of a local widow who operates one of the town's day care centers.
Fairfax volunteer’s book, “South Pacific Cauldron,” is published.
To patrons of the Fairfax Regional Library, Alan Rems is a familiar face. A 10-year volunteer there, he’s in the Virginia Room every Tuesday, helping people with genealogy matters. And last year, he received a pin for putting in 1,000 volunteer hours.