More Contagious UK Strain of COVID-19 Identified in a Northern Virginia Resident

The new, more contagious, strain of Covid-19 has made its way to Virginia, state Department of Health has confirmed. The variant first found in the United Kingdom last year was identified in a Northern Virginia resident with no travel history. The health department declined to provide details on the case, including where the person lives […]

Virginia Department of Corrections Awarded Gold Standard Recognition as Breastfeeding-friendly Workplace

The Virginia Department of Corrections (VADOC) has been recognized for its efforts to become a breastfeeding friendly workplace. VADOC has been awarded the gold standard recognition for earning 32 or more points from the applicable criteria set out for the award.  The award was given through the Richmond Virginia Breastfeeding Friendly Workplace Recognition Program. The […]

Virginia Launches the Largest Infrastructure Project in the Commonwealth’s History

Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel expansion project is set to become the largest infrastructure project in Virginia’s history. Governor Ralph Northam launched the project along with the officials from the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) on Thursday.  The $3.8 billion project will increase tunnel and interstate capacity along 9.9 miles of Interstate 64 between Hampton and Norfolk, […]

7 Fascinating Hidden Gems to Visit in Fairfax

Fairfax Virginia is a great place to be if you want to visit amazing tourist attractions. From colorful and scenic views of regional parks to historic and science museums, here’s a list of hidden gems you should visit this Fall.  Meadowlark Botanical Gardens Meadowlark Garden is a true hidden gem of North Virginia. The park […]

Tips to Stay Safe During Halloween – COVID-19 Edition

Halloween is around the corner but like every other activity this year, the Covid-19 pandemic will have to be considered, especially when trick-or-treating. The virus spread isn’t slowing down and parents are worried about letting their kids take part in Halloween activities.  Health authorities are encouraging residents to follow CDC guidelines or even skip the […]

Loudoun County Top in Virginia for Deer-Vehicle Collisions, State Farm Data Shows

Fall is upon us and for Virginia that invariably means a lot of Deer collisions. As the fall begins, the deer start roaming more and more and can often be found on the roadways. Like every year the residents have to be vary of these collisions.  According to the 18th annual deer-vehicle collision study released […]

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