Mount Vernon’s Martha Washington is hanging up the bonnet and dress after 20 years.
Martha Washington Retires
Tents, causes, and horrid tales of the lanternfly highlight the event.
Rev. Keary Kincannon to retire after 26 years
Rising Hope United Methodist Mission Church is a three-story brick building, but Rising Hope is much more than a building, explains the pastor, Rev. Keary Kincannon.
For years, the nation’s first couple, George and Martha Washington, pursued Ona Judge, a young woman who in 1796 escaped a life of slavery in the Washington household to live in freedom in New England.
President Joe Biden has nominated Carlos Del Toro, Mount Vernon resident, retired Commander in the U.S. Navy and business leader, for Secretary of the Navy.
They have “big shoes to fill.”
The walls inside Hollin Hall Auto are lined to the ceiling with plaques, certificates, resolutions, articles, photos and more memorializing the Harvey family’s 60 years of business success and their multiple contributions to the community.
The coronavirus pandemic exacerbated inequities, especially food insecurity, for many families along Fairfax County’s U.S. 1 corridor, concluded the Arcadia Center for Sustainable Food and Agriculture, a nonprofit based at Woodlawn Estate.
Virtual Gala to be held May 27
Fifteen years ago, as she contemplated retirement, Mary Carroll Potter envisioned her future.
Working diligently in her home office recently, Anita Drummond was jolted from her project when she spotted an eastern rat snake slithering down a nearby tree and through the leaf litter in her Tauxemont backyard.
Inova expands women’s health, sexual assault and trafficking services.
Elected officials from throughout the region gathered in Alexandria’s West End May 8 to celebrate the opening of two new Inova Health System community health clinics that will focus on women’s health and medical evaluations for sexual assault and human trafficking survivors.
On Tuesday, residents of the Janna Lee community received a special visit from former Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe at Mount Vernon Woods Elementary School.
A concoction, a last-minute text and quick thinking were part of baby James’ arrival.
Waynewood baby is delivered
A detailed look at the history of River Farm as its future remains uncertain.
On Oct. 15, 1785, George Washington’s favorite nephew married Martha Washington’s favorite niece.
Accomplishments aplenty for Rev. Dr. Keary Kincannon retiring after positively impacting many.
The Noman M. Cole Jr. Pollution Control wastewater treatment plant was recently recognized for their “Tertiary Filters Rehabilitation Project,” and “Rehabilitation of Three Equalization Basin and Ancillary Facilities,” by the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) in its annual Mid-Atlantic Region awards.