Race continues to support ALIVE!
The 45th annual Alexandria Turkey Trot, a Thanksgiving Day tradition that draws more than 6,000 runners to the streets of Del Ray, is moving to a virtual format for 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Warhawk Varsity Ice Hockey team lost its season opener against the Parkview / Rappahannock Patriots 6-8.
When the Fairfax Little League had to cancel its 2020 spring season due to COVID-19, all those associated with the league were naturally disappointed.
Owner ‘respectfully disagrees’ with supervisor’s findings
Hunter Mill Supervisor Walter Alcorn (D) issued a surprise statement early Friday morning, Oct. 23, ending what he termed "a good deal of uncertainty and even anxiety" among some constituents in the Reston portion of his district.
Hugs, handshakes, traveling, and gathering with friends at large events are just some of the things the current pandemic has stopped.
Running a 5K on your own or just donating improves morale
There’s power in numbers.
Fall brings with it the promise of change, falling leaves, shorter days, and cooler weather.
On Saturday, Oct. 3, approximately 230 riders joined Mount Vernon District Supervisor Dan Storck for the 5th Annual Tour de Mount Vernon.
Change is the way of life for 2020, and the Holy Child annual Tiger Trot changed with the times.
Opportunities abound to help community
As Alexandrians continue facing challenging times during the pandemic, individuals have rallied in their spirit of giving, whether it be in time, talents or resources with no shortage of opportunities to get involved.
Arlington Life: Newcomers and Community Guide
Westfield High grad Erin Peterson was an18-year-old honor student, with her whole life ahead of her, when she and 31 others died in the April 16, 2007 massacre at Virginia Tech.
If you aren't familiar with how horses are helping people, read on.
Horses and the People they Help: A Six-Part Series
One mom's commitment to helping her son to get back to therapeutic riding.
"When your child is young and has a diagnosis, you try anything," says Rachel Kirkland.
Equine Assisted Learning teaches critical life skills.
"The ability to be aware to have compassion; to be confident, but not arrogant; and to take joy in helping to create someone else's success."