What are the young people doing in pandemic time?
During the months of isolation, many young adults have altered their lifestyles and picked up new hobbies.
Helping County employees meet family demands and employment responsibilities.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors approved Paid Family Leave for County employees during its June 23, 2020 Board meeting.
First consumers: area high schoolers.
With many coffee shops closed or their business hours shortened during the COVID-19 pandemic, two high schoolers have fulfilled locals’ coffee cravings.
The Daventry neighborhood in West Springfield continued its long-standing tradition of honoring those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our nation in a Memorial Day service.
West Springfield High School students on handling the switch to online learning.
Since March 13, Fairfax County Public Schools have been closed and converted to online classes in response to COVID-19. Like many other FCPS high schools, West Springfield High School classes are now held twice per week through Blackboard Collaborate, an online video conferencing platform.
Through the stay at home order, work and leisure activities continue for many area essential workers and residents.
Lots of honks, waves and social distancing.
Local athletic shoe companies donate special shoes to medical staff Impacted by COVID-19.
New shoes for medical workers.
Social distancing in place, but the smiles prevailed.
Emily Peachey, class of 2009, is making movies and a name as an actress.
County responds to NOVA Equity Agenda Coalition initiative.
“Stay home. Wash your hands.”
Ujjwal Sharma Thakuri is sixth-degree black belt in American Marine GoJu-Ryu Karate.
Fairfax County Commission for Women honors “Valiant Women of the Vote.”
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