As The Weather Channel and anyone with seasonal allergies can tell you, the pollen level in the D.C. area right now is very high.
It’s something of an annual spring rite of passage — tree pollen levels rise as temperatures get warmer, allergy sufferers start suffering, and everything gets covered with a fine, lime green layer of a tree’s reproductive cells.
In particular, cars — especially cars parked under trees — are prone to becoming covered. Perhaps that’s why, at 2:30 p.m., there are long lines at the Mr. Wash car wash at 101 N. Glebe Road.
Learn more about the master’s degree and graduate certificate programs at the Schar School of Policy and Government on February 10 during the virtual open house.
On N. Kirkwood Road, amid a sea of brick homes, a sleek, modern house in black and white with pink trim stands out from the pack.
The threat of job loss over vaccination status may have motivated some 104 permanent Arlington County employees to get the shot. County employees have until next Tuesday (Feb. 1) to…
The AWE Women in Business Summit is back February 4 and Small Business Focus discusses that program that provides inspiration, education and more for women professionals.