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Vienna leaders laud contributions of volunteers

Dozens of volunteers whose contributions have bolstered the town of Vienna’s sense of community received accolades April 19 at the 20th Annual Mayor’s Volunteer Recognition ceremony. “Volunteers strengthen our community,” said Vienna Mayor Linda Colbert. “I truly believe the volunteers...

Vienna gearing up for ‘Walk on the Hill’ celebration

The annual Walk on the Hill celebration, featuring the homes and gardens of Vienna’s Windover Hill community, will be held on Sunday, April 24 from 2 to 5 p.m. A map and brochure of the participating properties is available at...

Volunteers sought for Vienna invasive-species-removal effort

Volunteers are sought to help restore the natural habitat at Glyndon Park in Vienna at two upcoming invasive-species-removal efforts. Volunteer efforts are slated for Saturdays, April 16 and 30, from 9 to 11 a.m. at the park. Gloves, shovels and...

Vienna residents top ranking of FICO scores

How do the credit scores of residents locally stack up against one another, and across communities across the country? Those living in Vienna have reason to cheer their results. Vienna’s median FICO score of 772 was better than 98 percent...

1880s home added to Vienna’s historic register

A house built around 1883 at 131 Courthouse Road, S.W., will be designated a Town of Vienna Historic Site and added to the Vienna Historic Property Register, Town Council members agreed Jan. 24. The house’s owners, Nancy and Simeon Moats,...

Freeman Store open (by appt.) in January and February

The Freeman Store and Museum and its affiliated Used Book Cellar and Little Library Museum are open by appointment during January and February, and will resume regular hours in the spring. To schedule a tour, visit or make a purchase,...

Second part of Vienna stream-restoration effort moving foward

The second phase of the Bear Branch stream-restoration project is set to advance, following the Vienna Town Council’s Dec. 6 approval of a memorandum of understanding with Fairfax County. The Board of Supervisors also must give its assent. As with...

Beloved Church Street Holiday Stroll makes return

Forced into a “virtual” environment last year due to COVID, a Vienna favorite – the Church Street Holiday Stroll – returns on Monday, Nov. 29 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. The event will feature music from local groups, a tree-lighting...

Letter: Partisan editorials do not fit character of Vienna

Editor: As a resident of the Town of Vienna, I find the editorials in the Sun Gazette overly partisan and detrimental to the interests of the residents of our town. Vienna is largely an apolitical town. Elections for mayor and...

Oktoberest draws a crowd in Vienna

Picture-perfect weather, tasty food and drink options, and a demand for fun that’s been pent-up during the past 18 months led to a heavily attended Vienna Oktoberfest on Oct. 2. Thousands of revelers crowded into the Church Street area and...
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