Northern Virginia residents deal with snow throughout the winter months. After a snowfall, many residents are left wondering when snowplows will be plowing their local […]
Although other areas of the state are seeing decreases in public school enrollment, Northern Virginia is seeing record-breaking increases. A new University of Virginia study […]
The new Springfield Town Center mall celebrated a grand opening with hundreds of people there to get a look inside the new mall. The mall has been built with high ceilings, large skylights, a glass elevator, and the most popular stores and restaurants. About 3 years ago, the old Springfield mall was torn down and has now […]
Citing the demand for renewable energy and locating at Prologis Concorde Distribution Center, Dominion Virginia Power is building more than 3,000 solar panels that will power nearly 200 homes. The panels will be located on two separate buildings and will cover more than 100,000 square feet. By partnering with Prologis, Dominion hopes to look at the […]
In honor of his bravery and sacrifices made during his deployment, Cpl. Jeramie Green was presented with a a custom-made, all-terrain wheelchair on Veteran’s Day. Freedom Alliance was the organization behind this donation which took place at the Freedom Alliance headquarters at 22570 Markey Court Suite 240 in Dulles. More information about Freedom Alliance can be accessed by clicking […]
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a form of depression that affects people during the same season each year. SAD is also sometimes known as winter depression or seasonal depression. Experts believe SAD is caused by a lack of sunlight as the seasons change. The lack of light has the potential to upset your biological clock […]
There are a few things that only people from Northern Virginia would understand. Most people that live in Northern VA love it and say that it has the perfect balance of suburbia and metropolis. Recently, a list was released by Bustle listing 15 things that only people from Northern Virginia would understand. #1- You lie and tell […]
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Northern Virginia has many delicious restaurant options. No matter your taste preferences, you are bound to find a favorite eatery very quickly. Here is a list of 5 must-try restaurants in northern Virginia. 1- Foti’s Restaurant: Located at 219 E. Davis St., Culpeper, this up-scale restaurant is where you will find amazing dishes such as leg […]
As a favorite northern Virginia restaurant since 2010, Pizzeria Orso is an authentic Neapolitan Pizzeria. Talented executive Chef Will Artley was trained under noted pizzaiolo Peppe Miele and also earned a certification in baking authentic Neapolitan pizzas. Using freshly made pizza dough that is never refrigerated, the pizzas at Orso are baked in a wood-burning oven at approximately […]
Monday 12/22 50%
Chance of Rain
Cloudy this morning with showers during the afternoon. Temps nearly steady in the mid 30s. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 50%.
Tuesday 12/23 20%
Cloudy. Slight chance of a rain shower. High 48F. Winds light and variable.
Wednesday 12/24 90%
Thunderstorms. High 62F. Winds SSE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 90%.
Freerice.com is a United Nations World Food Programme project. It’s a website that has two objectives. The first is to give free education. The second is to provide free rice. Simple enough. What you have to do is first select a category. There are several subject to choose from. They are subjects you’d be familiar […]
Fairfax’s Peter Makin blasted the first sub-1:05 swim a week after the first sub-1:07 swim in the IM event.
Metro’s Silver Line rumbled to life Saturday as five new stations opened in northern Virginia.
The O’Connell Girls Cross Country team is celebrating yet again. For the 8th time in a row, this team has won the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference girls cross country championship meet. Sophomore Isabell Baltimore said, “Our focus was to win as a team and we were able to do that.” Baltimore came in second in 20:53 on […]
The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) recently named Norfolk State kicker, Cameron Marouf, as the Special Teams Player of the Week. Marouf is a Forest Park High School graduate and is now a sophomore at Norfolk. Marouf has been a strong player for Norfolk and has earned this award. In a recent game against Morgan State, Marouf made […]
The troubled Coles Volunteer Fire Department will be merging with the county’s fire and rescue department after the Prince William Board of Supervisors voted on the matter. Now, the volunteer’s equipment and assets will be transferred to the county and interested volunteers will now be used as volunteer firefighters and medics of the county. During […]