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As an open-air museum, Civil War Trails continue to serve visitors in a safe and socially responsible way. With summer quickly approaching, this is why the historical program is a great option for people wanting to take safe day trips close to home.

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During this year’s Spring Break, George Mason University emailed students to let them know that their break had been extended for an extra week due to worries concerning the Corona Virus. Soon after that, all classes were officially moved to online instruction, and it wasn’t long after when …

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NOVA Veterans Association rises to meet its mission as veterans’ needs expand exponentially due to the vulnerable and most susceptible population of Veterans supported, this includes the elderly, sick, disabled and the underserved. President and CEO Angela H. McConnell states, “veterans stru…

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During a time when people wake up at 6 am to buy groceries for their families and when stores are left with almost no surplus food, food donation centers such as Food for Others are starting to feel the effects. Now more than ever, food banks are essential for low income families who are bei…

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In light of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, it’s essential to uphold high standards of hygiene. First off, minimize the transmission of infection: Stay in your house if you can, especially if you’re under the weather, sneeze or cough into the crook of your elbow, and clean your ha…

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On July 31st, a group of families from Fairfax's Mantua community hosted a supply drive to collect items for immigrants crossing the U.S. border. Over 40 boxes of supplies were donated, sorted and shipped to the Catholic Charities of Rio Grande Valley by the volunteers.