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One of the best holiday parades ushers in the season at Reston Town Center.
Proclamation celebrates neighborhood spirit and cooperation among residents and police
National Night Out is a time to celebrate, whether the clock that day says noon or 8 p.m. It is a time to have community fun, to say thank you to law enforcement officers, and get more involved in the community.
Icy treats pair well with Great Falls Park.
South Lakes High School (SLHS) walked a reported 565 graduation candidates at its Commencement Ceremony, moderated by Senior Class Officers and held at W.T. Woodson High School on June 4.
Americana fun, unmasked and free
Great Falls traditions returned to the Village Centre Green for the 4th of July 2021.
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.
Hundreds of enthusiasts turn out
Whether it is their fascination with antique, collector, exotic, or muscle cars, owners and enthusiasts are back bright and early Saturday mornings from 6 to 9 a.m. at Katie’s Cars and Coffee for their vehicle sensory overload.
Gift cards and more needed for clients this holiday season.
Powerful change force for local at-promise students
The Northwest Federal Credit Union (NWFCU) Foundation is heading into the final weeks of their Back to School Drive 2021.
Santa arrives by pontoon boat.
Reston Lake Festivities
Block party fosters police-community partnerships and rediscovers neighborhood camaraderie
Residents and friends of the Timberly neighborhood in McLean took part in a block party with visits by Captain Dalton Becker, commander of McLean District Station, Fairfax County Police Department, and his officers, and Fairfax County/Fairfax City Sheriff Stacey Ann Kincaid and her deputies for National Night Out (NNO) 2021.
Democratic Party Primary Tuesday, June 8: Initial voter turnout low but enthusiasm high
Voters across Fairfax County headed to the polls Tuesday, June 8, to cast their votes in person at the Democratic Party Primary.
Great Falls Citizens Association takes on invasive plants
Members of the Great Falls Citizens Association Environment and Parks Committee, co-chaired by Winifred Frost and Susanne Black, met in early June to discuss restoring the oak grove at the Grange Hall Park.
A community treasure, helped produce the Reston Town Center Holiday Parade
Paul Taylor Myers of Reston died at the age of 69, on July 10, 2021, surrounded by the family he loved.
Saxons learn life lessons during the pandemic.
Langley High School held its Commencement Exercises on June 2 at Jiffy Lube Live in Bristow, Va.
Sells student artist merchandise, net proceeds to charities reflected in art.
Art for sale
Opponents claim build will exacerbate dangerous traffic conditions
On June 9, the Fairfax County Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) held a public hearing on the application SP 2020-DR-105 by Stonecrest Home Arts, Inc.
Reston Historic Trust shepherds and cheerleads community-collaborated project
Reston Historic Trust celebrated the release of its children’s board book, “Reston Baby” (2021), art by Molly Bergin, published by duopress, by throwing a launch party on Tuesday, June 15, at its museum located at 1639 Washington Plaza.
One month in, ribbon-cuttings and action begins.
The Great Fall Grange Foundation held its first fundraiser, For the Love of Great Falls, on Friday, May 6, at River Bend Golf and Country Club, raising nearly $100,000...
Increase in assessed values for real estate and vehicles drive higher tax payments.