Even with closed doors, here’s how the YMCA kept the community going through the pandemic
We caught up with Pamela Curran, executive vice president and the chief operating officer of the YMCA of Metropolitan Washington to find out how the organization has adapted since March.
3 temporary drive-in movie theaters to visit this summer
Outdoor drive-in theaters are popping up across the region just in time for warm summer nights and the era of social distancing.
How is the pandemic impacting college students? They’re worried. Here’s how to help.
We spoke with Rita Snyder Furr of George Mason University about what concerns students are bringing up during the pandemic, how to reach out for help at your child’s school and more.
Still working from home? Here’s how to make the most of your space
Arlington-based Rebecca Quandt shares her tips on creating a useful space, and is looking ahead to the ways COVID-19 is reshaping interior design.
Springfield to get new Inova Hospital in coming years
The announcement comes amidst a health care crisis as the Falls Church-based health system seeks to expand its presence in eastern NoVA.
Virginia will enter phase three of reopening on July 1
Gov. Ralph Northam announced the move in a press conference this afternoon, which will permit gatherings of up to 250 people, and lift restrictions on retail stores and restaurants in time for Fourth of July weekend.