Community, Paisano’s unite to purchase an accessible van.
Last Friday, Sept. 12, was a night when dreams came true. On Centreville High’s football field, the Wildcats trounced West Potomac, 54-0. And on the sidelines at halftime, Centreville senior Juwaan Espinal, 17, was presented with an accessible van.
In August 2014, 67 homes sold between $1,380,000-$171,500 in the Clifton, Fairfax Station and Lorton area.
Clifton, Fairfax Station and Lorton Home Sales: August, 2014
Herndon is first municipality to light a section of the W&OD trail.
Town of Herndon Mayor Lisa Merkel and the Herndon town council celebrated the completion of installation of lights along the W&OD trail with a ceremony on Tuesday, Sept. 9. The ceremony was held on the W&OD Trail near the intersection with Lynn Street in downtown Herndon, near the caboose.
In August 2014, 90 Centreville homes sold between $1,165,000-$159,000.
Centreville Home Sales: August, 2014
In August 2014, 63 Burke homes sold between $1,050,000-$220,000.
Burke Home Sales: August, 2014
In August 2014, 132 homes sold between $1,599,000-$116,500 in the Mount Vernon area.
Mount Vernon Home Sales: August, 2014
In August 2014, 234 Arlington homes sold between $1,820,000-$107,000.
Arlington Home Sales: August, 2014
In August 2014, 213 Alexandria homes sold between $3,195,000-$120,000.
Alexandria Home Sales: August, 2014
In August 2014, 63 Potomac homes sold between $3,725,000-$250,000.
Potomac Home Sales: August, 2014
Parents and teachers reconnect at school event.
Herndon Dranesville Elementary hosted its annual Back to School Night on Monday, Sept. 15 for parents to meet the teachers and individuals who support their children. The event was for parents and guardians only so families could understand the aspects of their child’s education.
Herndon business owners speak with Senator Mark Warner.
United States Senator Mark Warner made a visit to downtown Herndon on Friday, Sept. 12. The purpose of the visit was to connect and chat with some local business owners and staff.
Fellowship Square Foundation Board claims county did not support plans.
After two years of stalled plans, Norvus Residences is indefinitely deferring the revitalization of Lake Anne Fellowship House. According to a letter sent from the Fellowship Square Foundation Board of Directors, it was because the proposal did not have county support.
Carole Kihm named Outstanding Middle School Principal by VASSP.
Carole Kihm, principal at Longfellow Middle School, remembers her love for educating children and pre-teens when she was in high school. Her lifelong love for education paid off when she was named Outstanding Middle School Principal of Virginia by the Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals earlier this year.
Candles lit, names read during memorial ceremony.
Still 13 years later, it is a date no American can forget. The annual Great Falls 9/11 Memorial Ceremony was held on Thursday at the Freedom Memorial to remember the six village citizens who died when a plane hit the Pentagon more than a decade ago.
Residents discuss neighborhoods and convenience centers.
Reston residents met with Fairfax County officials Saturday morning to discuss the future of their neighborhoods.
Sculpture exhibit on display in Reston until Nov. 1.
Since 2007, artist Dalya Luttwak has been working on a series of sculptures depicting the root systems of various plants. Some of these sculptures are on display at Reston GRACE located on the corner of Market St. and St. Francis in the Reston Town Center.
100 cyclists and pedestrians killed on the roads in Virginia every year.
Herndon is promoting bicycle and pedestrian safety this month. The Town Council passed a proclamation recognizing Virginia Bicyclist and Pedestrian Awareness Month to make drivers aware of their less protected counterparts on the road.
A little rain didn’t deter hundreds of locals from trekking out to Tysons for a new festival last weekend. The Silver Line Music and Food Truck Fest became more crowded when the downpour turned into a drizzle.
Fairfax Academy student will spend school year there.
Normally, Serena Gregory would have just begun her last year at Chantilly High, caught up in the excitement of new classes, old friends and the thrill of being a senior. She’d also be playing volleyball, basketball and lacrosse for the Chargers. Instead, the former Korean-language student at the Fairfax Academy is now in another part of the world, spending the school year in Korea.
The Alexandria Police Department has noticed a rise in thefts of motorcycles in Alexandria, specifically at the west end of the City of Alexandria.