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Governor Northam orders statewide closure of certain non-essential businesses: all public and private schools K-12 closed for the rest of the academic year.
COVID-19 Safety Guidelines in place as Herndon Farmers Market reopens.
The 2020 Herndon Farmers Market, operated under Fairfax County Park Authority, opened for the season later than normal, not on the usual third Thursday in April, but on June 18.
NWFCU to host the family-friendly event at their campus.
Immigrant's $20K a month awards create opportunities for individuals experiencing economic hardships
A Vietnamese refugee turned philanthropist who works in Reston knows first-hand the fear and challenges of poverty.
Three new initiatives in the planning stages
During the early days of the pandemic, K Scarry set up Herndon Cares.org, of First Baptist Church of Herndon.
Not more lanes, not more tolls.
JK Moving Services and robots tackle it.
Gift cards and more needed for clients this holiday season.
Registration open for benefit 0.5K race to stock the shelves.
Not changing the narrative, changing the atmosphere.
In the Town of Herndon, population 23,000, faith-based organizations gathered with the Town's police force.
Works by seven local and talented quilters on display – a must-see event.
Large group of investors pull out
The proposed Floris Conservatory for Fine Arts & Music, a $40M, 48,000 square foot Scimores Academy LLC project for children 4-18 years of age planned for 8.06 acres at the intersection of West Ox and Centreville Roads in Herndon, might not come to fruition.
Sharon Bulova, Chairman of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, retires.
Spring Farm Day at Frying Pan Farm Park attracts more than 1,000 attendees.
Artist chosen for all 27 Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festivals so far; selected again.
Homicides surge in the first six months of 2021 in Fairfax County compared to 2020.
With 13 homicides reported across all of Fairfax County already this year, the unprecedented spike in killings is a concern.
No impact on job or clearances.
Allison B. Kelly: Seeking the perfect day and finding joy in the imperfect
Allison B. Kelly, ESOL Teacher at Haycock Elementary School, is the author of the newly released book, “There's Spaghetti on My Ceiling.”
Supervisor Alcorn holds his first Vienna Town Hall meeting.
Public Art Reston makes their mark.