You can visit "The Haunting of Yacht Haven,” a front-yard display featuring more than 65 animatronics, Fridays through Sundays.
The kegs will officially be tapped tonight at 6 p.m. at Fort Belvoir’s 23rd annual Oktoberfest, which kicked off last night.
Several Richmond Highway businesses and properties received recognition for landscape improvements at the SFDC's Mary Thonen Beautification Awards.
Medical professionals from Inova Mount Vernon Hospital are part of a team fundraising for an annual medical mission to Panama.
Several churches and faith communities along the Route 1 corridor are partnering with Ventures in Community to host “Breaking Bread, Breaking Walls."
The National Museum of the U.S. Army, slated to open sometime next year, has begun accepting applications for volunteers.
VDOT has released prelimary designs of some of the intersections that will be reconfigured as part of the Richmond Highway widening project.
WJLA/ABC7 recognized Black History Month with a segment on Gum Springs, which is the oldest African-American community in Fairfax County.
The Rite Aid located in the Aldi shopping center at the intersection of Richmond Highway and Russell Road has officially closed its doors.
Inova Mount Vernon Hospital’s emergency department has some newly decorated ceiling thanks to the initiative of a Walt Whitman eighth grader.