Rats apparently make great pets. Truly. This isn't just another crazy 2020 thing. Or actually, maybe it is.
Starting where you are and staying consistent among suggestions from healthy and fit seniors.
Whether starting a fitness program after the age of 70 or restarting one after raising children and midlife career building, local seniors share inspiring stories of how achieving and maintaining fitness, health and wellness allows them to lead fulfilling, happy and active lives.
In August, 2020, 82 Potomac homes sold between $5,800,000-$305,000.
Potomac Home Sales: August, 2020
New Carlyle location a success with artists.
The 18th annual Alexandria Old Town Arts Festival took place Sept. 12 and 13 in the Carlyle district, one of many changes to the city’s longtime arts festival.
Linda Easley didn’t know where to turn.
The Fairfax County Deer Management Archery Program begins Saturday, Sept. 12, 2020 and runs through Saturday, Feb. 20, 2021.
Schedule of hunting and park closures for fall 2020 – winter 2021
Deer populations across much of Montgomery County have reached levels that exceed the capacity for the sustainability of the natural environment (Biological Carrying Capacity) as well as the capacity for tolerance by residents in the county (Cultural Carrying Capacity), according to county documents.
Seniors and their loved ones, aware of the high risk of COVID-19, have been devising ways to safely stay connected.
Tyler Przybylek’s wife, Marilyn, is a resident of Great Falls Assisted Living (GFAL), a dementia-care senior living community.
“Devil’s Darning Needles”
They flit, they zoom, they patrol, they shimmer in the sun.
Registration is opened for October sessions.
Senior Services of Alexandria is hosting its Fall Senior Academy virtually via zoom in October.
For the first time in 53 years, the town of Clifton will not hold Clifton Day, one of Northern Virginia’s beloved fall events.
Let's help her find her forever home.
I was devastated when mom and dad told me they had to leave me behind.
Almost three dozen Cabin John residents turned up Sept. 2 to hear Montgomery Parks trail construction head Bob Turnbull explain why the under construction hiker/biker trail that runs from Seven Locks Rd. at Cypress Grove to the park at the one-lane bridge on MacArthur Blvd. does not follow the old trail, veering away from the creek so many residents loved to walk beside.
Planning Board recommends approval of 152,655 square-foot, three story retirement community on River Road.
Up Next: Office of Zoning and Administrative Hearings on Sept. 21.
The American Horticultural Society needs the funds; the surrounding community needs the farm.
River Farm For Sale