The Annandale Blog is taking a much-needed winter break. We’ll be back the first week of February. We know we’re going to miss some big stories, but we’ll catch up when we get back. Enjoy the winter weather, but stay safe and warm!
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
|Furloughed workers protest the government shutdown in front of the White House (Greg Nash/The Hill)|
The Virginia Employment Commission estimates nearly 178,000 federal employees live in the state, and more than 64,000 of them work for agencies affected by the shutdown. Click here for information on how to file for unemployment compensation.
Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Monday, January 14, 2019
Three school board members – Sandy Evans (Mason), Pat Hynes (Hunter Mill), and Jane Strauss (Dranesville) – are not running for re-election.
Ryan McElveen (at-large) and Dalia Palchik (Providence) are not filing as candidates because they are running for the Board of Supervisors. McElveen is running for board chairman, and Palchik is running for the Providence position on the BoS.
Sunday, January 13, 2019
|Jeff McKay address supporters at his campaign kickoff event.|
McKay has represented the Lee District on the board for the past 12 years.
Saturday, January 12, 2019
Chitra Sharma, a screen printer, visual artist, and designer, will work with Glasgow Middle School art students on “The Glasgow Print Society” Feb. 11-28.
Sharma will integrate social studies, language arts, poster design, and printmaking. Posters created by students illustrating their ideas about the community and environment will be displayed at the school.