In March, 2017, 118 homes sold between $1,649,000-$188,000 in the Vienna and Oakton area.
Vienna, Oakton Home Sales: March, 2017
Easter in Vienna
Ayr Hill Garden Club Meets, Welcomes Guests
Great Falls-based Traveling Players Ensemble put on two shows for its winter tour.
McLean Citizens Association discusses county’s $4.10 billion advertised budget.
Officials cast a dreary outlook for the ongoing budget negotiations for Fairfax County’s 2018 fiscal year.
In February, 2017, 63 homes sold between $2,575,003-$203,000 in the Vienna and Oakton area.
Vienna, Oakton Home Sales: February, 2017
In January, 2017, 63 homes sold between $3,167,500-$230,000 in the Vienna and Oakton area.
Vienna, Oakton Home Sales: January, 2017
Demonstrators, volunteer attorneys and elected officials welcome travelers, extend help detainees.
Demonstrations sprang up at airports around the United States over the weekend, following an Executive Order by President Donald Trump that blocks travelers from seven largely Muslim countries — Iraq, Iran, Syria, Yemen, Sudan, Libya and Somalia — in the interests of more significant vetting and preventing would-be terrorists from entering the country.
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Community volunteers share their work to support animal rescue efforts programs.
Most pet parents embrace their non-human family members as, well, as “family.” While the most common family pets are dogs and cats, there are people who count themselves as custodians of other creatures, from rabbits and snakes to rodents and birds.
In December, 2016, 93 homes sold between $1,595,000-$175,000 in the Vienna and Oakton area.
Vienna, Oakton Home Sales: December, 2016
January 6, 2017
The following summary contains various incidents of general interest as well as vehicular crashes handled by the Town of Vienna, Virginia Police Department from Dec. 30, 2016 – Jan. 5, 2017.
What Is Your New Year’s Resolution?
Vienna, what is your 2017 New Year's resolution?
Nonprofit BRAWS brings their case before General Assembly members.
Bringing Resources to Aid Women’s Shelters, a 501(c)3 non-profit - led by founder Holly Siebold of Vienna. Siebold and several supporters of BRAWS were there to encourage the state delegates and senators to get behind House Bill 1593, calling for the repeal of taxes on certain feminine hygiene products, as well as toilet paper and adult diapers.
As you are well aware, the heroin and opioid dependency problem is growing across the nation, the Commonwealth, and our community is not being spared. The CSB has adjusted resources to help meet this critical demand for people seeking treatment; a new program begins soon. We need your help spreading the word about it. The CSB is holding an open forum for anyone who is seeking help for a loved one or knows of someone who might need help.