Thursday, October 28
Voting in Mount Vernon
The grand ride kicks off from Woodlawn’s Pope-Leighey house, showing off the sights of Mount Vernon.
Tour de Mount Vernon
3,000 coats to help kids in need.
Voters to determine direction of state government.
Two years ago, Democrats seized control of the General Assembly for the first time in a generation. Now Republicans are hoping this is their moment to "Take Back Virginia," the name of a recent rally in support of the GOP statewide ticket that featured a call-in appearance from former President Donald Trump, who used the opportunity to repeat baseless claims about widespread election fraud.
Wednesday, October 27
Police Civilian Review Panel seeks more authority, set to get an executive director.
Police and Community
Women find comradery, support and fun though weekly art group.
Forty-four years in the waiting.
Thursday, October 21
Abandoned, historic buildings and into the night-time woods at the Workhouse Arts Center.
Workhouse Haunt Encore Review
Donate to help refugees and their families who are still in Afghanistan.
Plastic bag tax
Residents now have a shorter walk to stores and future county training facility.
Fence taken down
George Washington Memorial Parkway is a national park.
Wednesday, October 20
Thursday, October 14
Candidate Forum Scheduled
Homeowners adding on or taking advantage of county programs to stay put.
Pricey Real Estate
Inovs Mount Vernon
Golf Raises Money
20th annual Football Night to be held Oct. 20.
Tuesday, October 12
60th Anniversary of the Peace Corps
Thursday, October 7
Sherwood Regional Library is Turning 50
Sean Miller uses conversation and student creativity to hone his teachings.
The property is no longer for sale; will reopen to the public.
River Farm off market
Wednesday, October 6
Twenty individuals honored.
Lords and Ladies
Saturday, October 2
County saves historic structure and land from the development monster.
MVHS Teen Center