The Top Reasons Homeowners Use Property Management Services In North Springfield

Property management requires a lot of time, money, and energy. Especially, if you have a number of geographically-dispersed properties. Real estate is a rapidly growing sector that equips homeowners with ever-new sets of tools and resources. Property management companies are a resource that gives people a chance to strike gold without doing all the heavy lifting. Given below are the top reasons why homeowners use property management services in North Springfield. Continue reading

FCPS To Have Test-To-Stay Program

Virginia’s largest public school system will change COVID-19 quarantine requirements in the New Year. Fairfax County Public Schools has been accepted into a test-to-stay pilot program run by the Virginia Department of Health, starting in January, according to a news release. Under the test-to-stay guidance, students deemed close contacts of other students who have tested positive for COVID-19 can continue in-person classes if they continue to test negative. The school system said the policy aims to prevent excessive quarantine times for students deemed close contacts. Continue reading

Fairfax County To Have FACETS Hypothermia Prevention And Response Program

With vaccinations on the rise, FACETS will resume the annual Hypothermia Prevention and Response Program, starting November 28th. This year’s program will again rotate between various faith community partner locations throughout the winter and will include appropriate COVID-19 precautions prescribed by the Fairfax County Health Department to provide a safe and healthy environment for guests and staff. Last year, the program was held at one central facility in response to the pandemic. Continue reading

Annual Toy Drive Held At Penn Daw Fire Station 11

Fairfax County Fire and Rescue, in partnership with Firefighters and Friends to the Rescue, continued its annual toy drive with distribution day Dec. 10 at Penn Daw Fire Station 11. “Over 60 schools, shelters, and nonprofits requested our assistance this year,” said Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Deputy Battalion Chief Willie Bailey. “In the end, we were able to distribute over 3,500 toys, including bikes and gift cards.” Continue reading