News from the past few days, including the arrival of a purple glass recycling dumpster, a local pol's radio appearance, and a call for awards nominees.
Community News Archive
Mount Vernon area resident Lee Jost is known as "Mr. Fix It" for his work at the Key Center School, which supports children and teens with disabilities.
A 4th of July thunderstorm brought down trees and cut power for many residents in the Fort Hunt, Woodlawn and Mount Vernon areas.
The latest on the Bijan Ghaisar case, more coverage of a 1972 murder of a Hayfield student, and West Potomac announces athletic hall of fame inductees.
Thousands are without power in the Richmond Highway area after a thunderstorm featuring strong winds and nickel-sized hail swept through Saturday afternoon.
The Mount Vernon Council of the Knights of Columbus presented local charities with more than $65,000 in donations earlier this month.
Monday news and notes, including an update on the Jholie Moussa case, a new politician getting involved in the Bijan Ghaisar case, and awards for two local schools.
Good Shepherd Housing announced earlier this week that it has elected four new members to its Board of Directors.
County officials and residents gathered at the Huntington levee on Saturday morning to mark a new beginning for a community once plagued by floods.
Last updated at 9:50 a.m. Friday. Well over 2,000 homes in the Richmond Highway area lost power Thursday afternoon after a severe thunderstorm rolled through the area, and