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All Five Candidates Unopposed in Reston

Critical that 10 percent of RA members vote.

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Having Fun at Reston Halloween House

Characters delight the younger tykes.

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ARTSFAIRFAX Awards $396,703 to 37 County Organizations

Opens local doors for artistic expression.

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Langley High School Saxons Boat Wins Gold at States

Crew Team also wins three Bronze medals at championships

The Langley High School Crew knocked it out of the water when the athletes ended their rowing season on June 19 at the 2021 Virginia Scholastic Rowing Championships regatta hosted by the Virginia Scholastic Rowing Association.

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Brightview Explores Plan for Leesburg Pike Facility in Vienna

Senior Living reps hold two community engagement meetings with Vienna, Great Falls neighbors

Brightview Senior Living has resumed community engagement for its proposed Continuing Care Facility project at 9439 Leesburg Pike [Route 7], Vienna.

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J.K. Rowling's New Book Features Great Falls Child’s Illustration

Way to go Petra Demas, fourth grader at Forestville Elementary

A full-color illustration by award-winning young artist, Petra Demas, 10, of Great Falls is published in the print versions of J.K. Rowling's newly released book, "The Ickabog."

Reston Association Election Challenge Overcome

A 10 percent quorum reached; Board members appoint Catherine Baum as president.

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In-Person Learning Delayed for Some Fairfax County Public Schools Students

Superintendent and staff update school board on return-to-school plans

A surge in COVID-19 cases in Fairfax County forced Fairfax County Public Schools to delay its planned return of in-person instruction for an additional 6,800 students on Monday, Nov. 16.

Fairfax County Supervisors Approve Budget Plan, Fairfax RISE

Highlights of May 12 Board of Supervisors meeting.

Some of the first words Chairman Jeffrey C. McKay Fairfax County Board of Supervisors said at the May 12 Board of Supervisors meeting were for county families; in particular, those who lost loved ones or had family members hospitalized with the coronavirus. "If we could keep them and their entire families in our thoughts and prayers," McKay said. "As a reminder, our County flag continues to fly at half-staff, throughout the County at our facilities, in honor of the residents who sadly died as a result of COVID-19 and in recognition of our many essential workers who are responding to the pandemic," he said.

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Pride Runs Deep in Reston

LGBTQ+ community celebrated, respected and affirmed at second Annual Reston Pride Festival.

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Dulles Toll Rates Increase Jan. 1

Primarily use is for financing Phase 2 of the Silver Line construction project.

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Thousands Watch Lake Anne Cardboard Boat Regatta

Men, women and children climb aboard and race to benefit Reston Historic Trust & Museum.

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All Five Candidates Unopposed in Reston

Meet candidates running for seats on RA Board of Directors; Critical 10 percent of RA members vote.

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Downtown Herndon Becomes Reality

Mayor Lisa Merkel previews development underway in the Town of Herndon.

During the pandemic, traditions have given way to new experiences as individuals, businesses and nonprofits morphed, reinventing themselves to succeed.

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Mourning the Passing of Darryl “Smitty” C. Smith, Sr.

Herndon and Purcellville Police Departments say goodbye to the man with a big heart.

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A Bank with a Community Heart in Reston

Top small business lender expands footprint to Reston Transit Area.

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2020 Hunter Mill District Paving and Restriping

Pedestrians, cyclists, drivers voice concern over road conditions.

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Taking the Plunge in Reston

Virginia Polar Dip returns to raise funds for Camp Sunshine.

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Record-Setting Day at States for Herndon High School Boys Swim Team

Hornets place as two champions

Members of the Herndon High School Boys Swim Team won two champion places and ranked eighth overall, with only four swimmers, at the Virginia High School League (VHSL) Class 6 State Championship at the Jeff Rouse Swim and Sport Center in Stafford, Va., on Thursday, Feb. 25.

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Sheila Olem Sworn in as Town of Herndon Mayor

Councilmembers sworn in during COVID-19 restricted ceremonies

Mayor Sheila A. Olem was administered the oath of office and sworn in as the duly elected Mayor of the Town of Herndon for a term commencing Jan. 1, 2021, and ending Dec. 31, 2022, by Town Clerk Viki Wellerhaus on Wed., Dec. 10.