Several churches and faith communities along the Route 1 corridor are partnering with Ventures in Community to host “Breaking Bread, Breaking Walls."
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Longtime Walt Whitman science teacher Peggy White retired earlier this year after a 27-year career that touched the lives of many students and co-workers.
The National Museum of the U.S. Army, slated to open sometime next year, has begun accepting applications for volunteers.
The Huntington Farmers Market will not be returning for 2019 due to upcoming construction at the Huntington Metro station.
Heavy winds have left more than 4,000 customers around the Richmond Highway area without power as of 10 a.m. Monday morning.
WJLA/ABC7 recognized Black History Month with a segment on Gum Springs, which is the oldest African-American community in Fairfax County.
ow-flying black chopper slowly made its way back and forth in the Huntington area Wednesday morning, but it turned out to just be a routine inspection.
Two planned, but never constructed, trails at Huntley Meadows are now officially off the county's planning maps.
Fort Belvoir is holding an information meeting Tuesday to go over its plans to fully decommission an old nuclear power plant on the post.
GrandInvolve, which started in 2014, brings retirees and other volunteers into Title 1 schools that could use a few helping -- and experienced -- hands.