Officials flipped the switch on Wednesday, Sept. 27 for the rooftop solar panels on the Woodlawn Fire Station that will provide 15 percent of the bui…
Under the old sign at the Mount Vernon Car Wash, George, a nearby resident, was getting his car washed as he looked across at the sign at the taco pl…
Mount Vernon Supervisor Dan Storck speaking at Senior Safety Summit last week at the Senior Center in Lorton. Dedicated…
The Westfield Bulldogs faced the Mount Vernon Majors on Thursday Aug. 31, 2023 in Chantilly for a non conference matchup. On Westfield's fir…
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Woodlawn station goes solar in Mount Vernon.
Solar powered station
Old signs spur nostalgia and familiarity in Mount Vernon.
Dedicated, beautiful 55+ communities like Spring Hill, The Fairfax, Gum Springs Glen and the new North Hill make the Mount Vernon District a great place to age in place.
Westfield scores on its first possession and finishes 42-0.
The Westfield Bulldogs faced the Mount Vernon Majors on Thursday Aug. 31, 2023 in Chantilly for a non conference matchup.
There has been a lot of information and misinformation being shared with community members, especially those who live along our waterways, as to what is permitted or not permitted based on the 2020 Virginia Wetlands law.