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Last month, Forward Susan Dillinger of Clifton finished her soccer career at Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina. During her time with the team, Dillinger appeared in 60 games, starting in half of them. She has scored 24pts on 9 goals and 6 assists, (She scored on 1 assist this pa…

As the year comes to a close, ARTSFAIRFAX wants to express how fortunate it is to be part of the Fairfax County community. We are thankful for your support for the arts, for how you integrate art into your daily lives and for the countless individuals who work to create and support the arts …

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Thirty families who live in private housing at Fort Belvoir are still unable to return to their homes despite promises by military leaders and members of Congress to address systemic issues that left many service members and their families dealing with mold, rodent infestations, and other ha…

After a couple of season starting defeats, the Warhawk Varsity Ice Hockey team came back to tie their home opener against last year’s Northern Virginia Scholastic Hockey League champs the Langley Saxons 4-4. The Warhawks went down 3 goals in the first period, however late in the 2nd period, …

On November 18th, Reston resident Paul Hartke was given a rare surprise that would change his life. Hartke was chosen to represent Team USA in the 2020 World Triathlon Multisport Championships. The games will take place next fall, but the backstory of Hartke that led up to this proves that, …

As the year comes to a close, ARTSFAIRFAX wants to express how fortunate it is to be part of the Fairfax County community. We are thankful for your support for the arts, for how you integrate art into your daily lives and for the countless individuals who work to create and support the arts …

“WOOF! I love this time of year. The cooler temperatures. The fall leaves to play in, though Dad doesn’t like it when I run messing up his piles! Barks! And, thanksgiving! A time to reflect on what we are thankful for! A time for Mom to ‘accidentally’ drop a piece of ham on the floor.”

Some people simply care, and care a lot. They turn their caring spirit into a business and set the standards high for their industry. This is how I see Brandon and Shayda Power, who started their award-winning pet care business, Healthy Hound Playground (HHP), in Sterling, 2013.