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I’ve moved around a decent amount for a young adult. I will always call the Silver State of Nevada home, but after leaving the Las Vegas valley for undergrad, I’ve lived in Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, and now Virginia. From a desert state to the Deep South, to the wetlands, to green fores…

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On July 23, Little League baseball in Fairfax announced they would be back in action. Over the next two weeks, the league will partake in creating the rosters for the late summer/fall season. The games will officially start on August 22 and teams will start practicing tomorrow.

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A recent residential land use case near Dulles International Airport is the subject of a new conflict between those who wish to keep residential spaces free of airport noise and officials who are trying to create more affordable housing.

Right now, connectivity in all forms is more important than ever. Local artists, orchestras, theatres, camps and many more are stretching their creativity to bring the arts to your home. Our local arts community is connecting us with friends and family and providing us with the much-needed m…

Last Monday, the VHSL chose between three options for the fate of high school sports. Model 1 would cancel sports due to the high risk of infection. Model 2 would involve switching the order of fall and spring sports, with low or moderate risk sports being played in the fall. The third and f…

When working from home or scrolling on your devices to kill time isolating at home, it's easy to lose track of time and forget to take breaks. Staring at a screen for prolonged periods can cause eyestrain, which, in turn, can lead to discomfort and reduced ability to concentrate.

RICHMOND—Governor Ralph Northam announced July 28 that the Commonwealth will distribute $644.6 million in federal COVID-19 relief funding to local governments in its second and final round of allocations. These payments represent the remaining 50 percent of local allocations and do not inclu…