What are all these "Toe Nail Clipper" emails I receive nearly every day?
Fifty-one years ago, in 1970, the first Earth Day took place on April 22.
So this is what it's like to be out of the house and driving around: mask on, surgical gloves in the console, hand sanitizer in the glove box; not so different than before my two Covid-19 vaccinations.
I'm a parent to a transgender daughter in fifth grade in FCPS.
I would like to bring to your attention the massive construction and relocation of the Colvin Run stream at the intersection of Carper's Farm Way and Route 7.
Sure enough, the email from my oncologist didn't arrive in my inbox before we left for the weekend away on Friday.
Ordinarily, I'd be writing this column this weekend – after this week's events.
It has been widely reported that Fairfax County has revised its comprehensive plan to redevelop the McLean Community Business Center in response to public feedback, primarily delivered at a community meeting on Feb. 20 where county officials shared details of the plan.
As county employees, we work tirelessly to provide essential services, often behind the scenes, to make sure our county continues to run and families get what they need during this difficult time.
Literally and figuratively.
We all need community newspapers; community newspapers need your help.
A year later, Covid continues to be the most compelling, most local issue that we face.
I realize I'm cancer-centric, especially in these columns, but for some reason that centricity didn't acknowledge my February 27th cancer anniversary.
Equity costs - and paying that price will not be fair, but it will be just.
If Black people had a dollar for every individual, organization, and company that publicly professed a commitment to antiracism and racial equity while holding up progress in the name of “fairness,” we could have closed the racial wealth gap ten times over.
New research into the health benefits of being in nature prompted the Wall Street Journal reporter Betsy Morris to do a story titled, "For Better Health During the Pandemic, Is Two hours Outdoors the New 10,000 Steps?"