NOVA Parks is now moving to the Passive Stage of its Pandemic Plan. Here’s what that means.
From picture books to rhyme-filled stories, these NoVA-based children book authors make it easy to entertain youngsters while you’re hanging at home.
The annual NoVA event gives local families a sneak peek at maple syrup extraction. But what does that really mean?
By launching a schoolwide composting program, Coles Elementary School has made environmentally sustainable practices part of day-to-day life.
Park visitors will have more opportunities to learn, explore and have fun in Shenandoah this year, thanks to funding of nearly $1 million from The Shenandoah National Park Trust.
With a fraught history of being on the endangered species list, America's most prominent bird is getting help from one of the largest veterinary hospitals in the Mid-Atlantic to once again thrive.
The National Gold Medal for Excellence recognizes agencies that demonstrate overall merit in community parks and recreation across a three-year period.
If you would rather spend your time walking through the woods than scouring the shelves, here’s where to get a breath of fresh air after Thanksgiving.
Since retiring in 2016, Marine Corps veteran Michael Applegate has dedicated about 1,200 hours a year to the trails in Laurel Hill Park. Here, we share his story.
From Alexandria to Manassas, here's where to find a little peace and quiet in NoVA.