- Children, Adults Enjoy Model Railroad Display
- Vienna Pauses During ‘A Day to Remember’
- Vienna Church Honors Area Nonprofits
- Residents Still Upset about Follin Lane
- Residents Speak Out on Maple Avenue
- Marshall Senior Blackstone Commits to Cornell University
- Oakton Field Hockey Bounces Back
- Oakton’s Rizzo Committed to South Carolina
- Vienna is Where Softball Holds High Court
- Cronin Gives Oakton Girls’ Basketball Defensive Presence
- Commentary: Protecting Those Threatened by Domestic Violence
- Editorial: Change Is Coming, Right?
- Letter: Programs To Be Proud Of
- Letter: Worried About Follin Lane
- Letter: The "Land of the Freebies and Home of the Knaves"
- Getting Drenched to Help Others
- Summertime Works Ongoing in Vienna
- Week in Vienna
- Vienna Community Center to Be LEED Silver
- Staff Gets Go-Ahead to Negotiate Pact
In August 2014, 116 homes sold between $2,198,430-$219,000 in the Vienna and Oakton area.
Vienna, Oakton Home Sales: August, 2014
Featuring 45 tables of trains and train accessories, a “train doctor” who repaired broken trains and an operating layout built by three boys, the Train Collectors Sale and Show was held Saturday, Sept. 13, at the Vienna Firehouse.
Second public hearing on proposed, new zoning district.
One thing about Vienna residents – when they care about something, they’re not shy about making their feelings known. And that’s exactly what they did during an Aug. 18 public hearing on the proposed Maple Avenue Corridor (MAC) zoning district. A standing-room-only crowd of some 150 people packed the Town Council meeting room, while still more watched the proceedings on a TV in the hallway. And at the outset, Mayor Laurie DiRocco explained the MAC’s goals.
Vienna Community Center renovation plans are moving ahead.
Even while Vienna residents are enjoying their current Community Center, plans are moving forward on its renovation and enlargement, plus construction of a 9,115-square-foot gym to the west side of the existing building.
Two model railroading events are coming to Vienna this Saturday, Sept. 13. They are the Train Collectors Sale and Show and the Northern Virginia Model Railroad Club Open House.