In its 52nd year, the Fairfax County Times still delivers content, credibility and county wide circulation. With a weekly circulation of 100,000 newspapers, the Times gets into more homes than any other weekly newspaper in Northern Virginia, covering the most relevant topics — Crime, Sports, DIY, Homes, Family, Health & Food, Pets — the topics Fairfax County readers care most about. The Fairfax County Times is part of Whip It Media. Whip It Media is a multi media corporation and leader in the advertising and marketing industry. Falling under its umbrella are The Fairfax Times, The Washington Suburban Press Network, and digital agency; Media Prowler. With its well established family of publications and digital component, Whip it Media is vested in offering innovative ways of reaching local and national audiences.
Health eVillages empowers healthcare providers to improve global health and well-being through the delivery of mobile technology and community-focused solutions, extending life with dignity and purpose. Our partners include Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, Seed Global Health, Global Impact, WelVU, Tivity Health, Sharecare and more. You can find more information at www.healthevillages.org and follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
Goodwin House Incorporated<https://www.goodwinhouse.org/> (GHI) is a proud sponsor and Gold Patron of the Northern Virginia Senior Olympics (NVSO). GHI and NVSO share a common goal in expanding the possibilities of aging and enhancing the lives of older adults in Northern Virginia.
Celebrating 50 years of providing exceptional service to older adults and inspiring excellence in senior living and care, GHI is a nonprofit, mission-based Virginia corporation.
Do you have a vision for retirement? GHI offers you choices:
* Two senior Life Plan Communities: Goodwin House Alexandria<https://www.goodwinhouse.org/goodwin-house-alexandria/> in Alexandria’s West End and Goodwin House Bailey’s Crossroads<https://www.goodwinhouse.org/goodwin-house-baileys-crossroads/> in Falls Church.
* Goodwin House at Home<https://www.goodwinhouse.org/athome/>: an innovative living at home life care and services program.
* Goodwin House Palliative Care and Hospice: a growing Medicare-certified service.
* Goodwin House Alexandria Small House Living and Health Care Center: a pioneering new model of person-centric care in a home-like environment.
Call 703.824.1238 or visit goodwinhouse.org to learn more.
GREENSPRING, the largest retirement community of its type in Northern Virginia. Greenspring is the perfect place to enjoy an active lifestyle now, with added peace of mind for the future. Everything you need is right on campus, including continuing care services, should your health needs ever change. Greenspring is supported by the nation’s largest integrated health and wellness system for seniors. Nestled on 108 acres and bordered on three sides by wooded parkland, Greenspring is home to more than 2,000 residents. A refundable deposit guarantees there is no financial risk and the monthly service package includes utilities, maintenance, and flexible dining plans you can use in any of the four on-site restaurants. On-site amenities include restaurants; stores; medical center with full time physicians; an all-season swimming pool; a fitness center with full-time trainers; barber shop and hair salon; bank; and a full-time, interfaith pastoral staff. For more information, visit www.EricksonLiving.com or call 703-913-1200 or 1-800-788-0811.
Jim Koons Automotive has 19 locations throughout Washington DC and Baltimore MD with a wide selection of vehicles to choose from, and teams of specialists who have the knowledge and expertise to assist you throughout your car buying experience. We have sold over two million vehicles to residents in MD, VA and DE and are committed to ensuring that you find the right vehicle for you. We’ve also garnered a reputation for offering high-quality used cars for sale as well. Backed by the Koons Used Car Advantage, each vehicle is carefully selected and tested to not only meet your high standards for quality, but to exceed them as well. Koons Automotive Companies also has service and repair locations serving the greater Baltimore and Washington DC areas. If you bought a vehicle from a Koons Automotive dealership a day ago, a month, a year, or longer, you’re a member of the family! We could talk all day about everything we have to offer our valued customers, but truth be told, we would love to show your firsthand. We cordially invite you and your family to come visit us any time, go to www.koons.com to see all of our locations!
Westminster at Lake Ridge is located in an ideal wooded setting, next to the historic riverside town of Occoquan, just over the river from Fairfax and close to everything the Northern Virginia and the D.C. Metro Area have to offer. Westminster at Lake Ridge features maintenance-free cottage and apartment homes, many with views of the woods or our two ponds. Our spacious homes include a full kitchen, a washer and dryer, plenty of storage and closet space, and either a patio or balcony. Dining, weekly housekeeping, parking and transportation are all included. Westminster at Lake Ridge has healthcare available on-site whether for brief or extended stay should you need it. Enjoy two restaurants, a private dining room for special occasions, a gift shop, swimming, tennis, gardening, a library and billiards room, woodworking shop, fitness center and classes, hair salon and more just outside your door. Join us at one of our upcoming events, meet our residents and then take a tour of our new cottage and apartment models. Visit www.wlrva.org for a list of upcoming events or for more information, or call toll-free 1-866-369-5782 or 703-496-3440.
The farm families that own Cabot Creamery Co-operative love what they do. And they’ve been doing it for a long time—every single day since 1919. Almost 100 years later, we’re proud of our thriving farms, strong communities, and happy, healthy cows that produce the rich, buttery milk that we use to make Cabot’s award-winning cheese and dairy products. We like to think those awards mean we’re doing something right. Of course, you’re a big part of this too. If you love eating our cheese as much as we love making it, then we’ll get to keep doing what we do for generations to come. We’re in this together—and, behalf of the 1,000 families who own Cabot Creamery Co-operative, we’re grateful for your support. http://www.cabotcheese.coop/
The Beacon Newspapers is a family-owned business dedicated to providing well-written, useful information of interest to people 50 and over and their families. The company was founded in 1989 by publisher Stuart Rosenthal and his wife, Judy, the associate publisher. Free monthly print editions of the Beacon cover the Greater Washington (D.C.) area, the Greater Baltimore (Maryland) area and Howard County (Maryland). A fourth edition — covering the Coachella Valley, where Palm Springs, Calif. is located — launched in January 2012, representing our first foray outside the mid-Atlantic area. The Beacon’s award-winning content covers health, financial, career, housing, travel and arts topics, as well as local events and feature stories.
Connection Newspapers is a locally-owned media company that publishes weekly, community media, dating from 1784. Today, Connection Newspapers and Digital reaches 15 select communities in the Washington metropolitan markets, reaching an audience of more than 200,000 through weekly print and digital editions and associated web sites, email blasts, sponsored content and social media through Facebook and Twitter. Readers and viewers can reach the area’s most trusted and comprehensive source for community news 24/7 at www.ConnectionNewspapers.com. The Connection Newspapers has won more than 200 editorial awards in news, sports, entertainment, business, special projects, design, graphics, photography, ad design and more.
The Virginian is a senior living community in Fairfax that pulses with a heartbeat and spirit that come alive every day through the people who live here. It’s a community where all are welcome, and where all are in control of their own lives. A place where you can embrace whatever has always been important to you while pursuing whatever adventures your future might hold.
55+ living for today’s world – Live and flourish with people 55 and over in a maintenance-free setting.
Modern apartments with designer finishes – Enjoy contemporary and spacious floor plans filled with designer finishes and fixtures.
Resort-style amenities, activities & services – Have your choice of upscale amenities and services that nurture your mind, body, and social balance.
At Overture, we provide residents every chance to enjoy being active and healthy. Wake up each day in an incredibly designed home with modern, upscale finishes that allow you to live with maintenance concerns behind you. When you explore our innovative setting, you’ll appreciate the over 12,000 square feet of resort-style amenities. Whether it is keeping fit in the state-of-the-art fitness center, meeting neighbors for wine tasting in the Scene or relaxing by the pool, you are sure to enjoy new moments of freedom and fascination. Additionally, each community has a dedicated concierge and activities director to enhance everyday living.
Our locations are thoughtfully selected to be close to shopping, dining, and family members, places to work, and great places to play and enjoy life. Overture is the culmination of Greystar’s experience in development, construction and property management to create the perfect balance of amenities, finishes and services in an age-focused living environment. It represents Greystar’s unyielding commitment to develop top-quality living environments, impeccable service and resident satisfaction. Overture is the perfectly orchestrated environment to do more, be more, and live more right now. http://www.liveoverture.com/
The Fauquier Times is a direct descendant of Warrenton’s original newspaper, the Palladium of Liberty, first published in 1817. Today, the Fauquier Times and its sister publications are locally owned by Piedmont Media LLC. The Fauquier Times, Prince William Times and Gainesville Times are published weekly on Wednesdays.
InsideNoVa.com is Northern Virginia’s leading news, sports, traffic and weather website, owned by Northern Virginia Media Services. Northern Virginia Media Services publishes six weekly newspapers: InsideNoVa/Prince William (formerly Prince William Today), InsideNoVa/North Stafford (formerly the Stafford County Sun), the Belvoir Eagle, the Quantico Sentry and the Sun Gazettes serving Arlington and Fairfax counties. Our newspapers reach 130,000 households every week in Prince William, Manassas, Manassas Park, Stafford, Great Falls, McLean, Vienna, Oakton and Arlington. We also publish Washington FAMILY Magazine and WashingtonFamily.com. Washington FAMILY is the region’s leading parenting resource, distributed monthly at nearly 2,000 locations throughout Northern Virginia, Washington and suburban Maryland.
As a family-owned company, we’re committed to helping our customers and employees live heathier, better lives through food. That commitment includes sharing food and enriching our neighborhoods in every way we can. We believe communities thrive when we all work together.
Greta Budweg/Susan French; Michael Coleman; Doug Hastings; Ian Liu; Peter McGuirk; Karl Mueller; Gregg Pane; Roger Webb; Mandy Whalen
The Arlington Catholic Herald is the official newspaper of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Arlington. You can browse local, national and international headlines, read the bishop`s latest homilies and search our classified ads. Find spiritual nourishment in the “Your Faith” section, and keep up on the latest editorials under “Opinions.” Check out upcoming events in your community or submit a letter to the editor. The Arlington Catholic Herald supports the Church’s mission to evangelize by providing news from a Catholic perspective. We inform, inspire and connect Catholics by sharing the faith story of the Arlington Diocese
The Falls Church News-Press is published weekly on Thursday and is distributed free of charge throughout the City of Falls Church, the Greater Falls Church area, Northern Virginia and Washington D.C.