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- Coming Home to Queen of Peace in Springfield
- Business Developments in Herndon and Reston
- Herndon Celebrates Completion of Station Street
- Herndon's Hopeologist
- Fairfax County: Deferring to Noise
- Vienna: Oakton Pitcher Jones Tosses Complete Game
- Perennial Power Chantilly Boys’ Lax Teaches Lesson to Herndon
- Vienna: Hot-Handed Bethel too Much for Oakton
- Utility Player: Giving Her All
- Herndon Gymnast Bradley Competes at State Meet
- Editorial: Open Letter to Elected Officials and Candidates
- Editorial: Safe Planning for Independence
- Letter: What Can We Learn from Europeans?
- Letter: Vandalism at Herndon High School
- Editorial: Overdose Deaths Are Preventable
- Putting Herndon’s Pieces Together
- Transportation Forum Discusses Options and Obstacles
- One-Arm Bandit, Artificial Turf, Meals Tax and Metro
- Del. Rust Receives OPAL Award
- Herndon Election Changed for Good
Residents with disabilities move into new group house on Gresham Street.
Ten months ago, the unassuming single-level house on Gresham Street in north Springfield was a private residence. Today it’s the permanent home of four individuals with disabilities, and a fifth is on the way.
Music and calls for art at Hendon art gallery.
On Thursday, June 25, the International Songwriters Collective (I.S.C.) Tour made a stop at ArtSpace Herndon. Three musicians-singer songwriters are on a one-month tour: Jimmy Robinson from New Orleans, Lily Kiara from Holland, and Floatstone (born Brick de Bois) from Antwerp, Belgium.
School Board approves recommendations from advisers, with amendments.
Though it was the second packed house in as many months, it may be early yet to call crowded Fairfax County School Board meetings a trend.
In May, 2015, 109 homes sold between $1,315,000-$174,000 in the Oak Hill and Herndon area.
Oak Hill and Herndon Home Sales: May, 2015
Herndon’s 2035 Vision Strategic Plan is on the agenda for Town Council’s July meeting.