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Reston Association Chooses New CEO

One-on-one interview with Mac Cummins, AICP

One-on-one interview with Mac Cummins, AICP

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Human Resources Generalist Brendan Butler and Human Resources Director Tanya Kendrick received the V3 certificate on behalf of the Town of Herndon.

Town of Herndon Recognized for Commitment to Veteran Recruitment

The Commonwealth of Virginia's Department of Veteran Services named the Town of Herndon a certified employer for its commitment to recruiting, hiring, training, and maintaining employment of Virginia's veterans.

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Fairfax Resolves Receives Two National Awards

Members of the Fairfax Resolves, the local chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution...

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Hub for Social Interaction and Pedestrian Activity

Compass Coffee is a hit in Fairfax City.

Compass Coffee hit the ground running, becoming an instant hit in Fairfax City as soon as it opened this spring in the Point 50 shopping center.

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Fairfax One Visits Burke Cadets

Team places third in national CAP competition.

Members of the Burke Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol were given an inside look at Fairfax One, the Fairfax County Police helicopter...

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Arlington County Lands $80 million

NVTA Invests $625 Million FY2022-27; Six Year Program Adopted

With the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority (NVTA) unanimous vote on June 14 to adopt the $624,882,714 FY2022-2027 Six Year Program...

Britepaths’ Emergency Pantry Needs Community Support

Since hunger in Fairfax County never takes a vacation, Fairfax-based nonprofit Britepaths works hard, all year ’round, to feed local individuals and families in need. But it can’t do it alone; it needs the community’s help to stock its Emergency Pantry...

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Fairfax, Library Host Point 50 StoryWalk

Event encourages children to read, supports local businesses.

Reading can always provide a fun, summertime diversion. But when it’s joined with an outdoor clue-hunting activity...

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Farmers Market Fun Days "On" in Herndon

Come for the market, a walk through the Red Caboose, and Market Fun Days

The much-loved Town of Herndon Farmers Market Fun Days are back every Thursday from 10:30 to 11:15 a.m. at the Town Hall Square...

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Financing the Rampage

Economic toll of gun violence is more than $14 billion a year for Virginia.

All those school security measures to harden your local elementary school add up. So do trips to the emergency room and the multiple surgeries needed to address gunshot wounds. While the human tragedy of gun violence often grabs headlines, the economic toll continues to mount with each mass shooting. According to Everytown for Gun Safety, the annual cost to Virginia is more than $14 billion a year.

Driver Charged in Death of Pedestrian

Detectives from Fairfax County Crash Reconstruction Unit have charged the driver of the 2007 Toyota Camry from the July 6 fatal pedestrian crash.

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Diane’s Journey: The Face of a Rare and Aggressive Cancer

Unknown to most, it takes lives quickly.

On June 16, my sister Diane would have celebrated her 70th birthday in living color with music, fun, and lots of great food in the...

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GWHS Historic Marker Unveiled

Alumni reflect back on high school years.

Alumni from as far back as the class of 1941 gathered July 23 for the unveiling of the Virginia State Historical Marker recognizing the historic significance of George Washington High School, now GW Middle School, on Mount Vernon Avenue.

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Racing Into History

Lyles sets a new American 200m record.

Ever since he starred in track at what is now Alexandria City High School, the 200-meter race was a specialty for Noah Lyles.

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Seniors Surviving the Heat

Staying hydrated, remaining indoors can help prevent heat illness in older people.

Staying hydrated, remaining indoors can help prevent heat illness in older people.

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