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- Fairfax County Attracts Innovative Technology Firms
- Celebrating ‘Everyday’ Heroes
- Fairfax County a ‘Trailblazer’ in Using Social Media
- Week in Herndon
- Quick Takes
- Five Northern Region Athletes Compete at Capital Classic
- Herndon High Cadets Win Spicer Cup, Set League Record
- Herndon High Cadets Finish Eighth in National Orienteering Championship
- Oakton Rules the Pool
- Ferguson, Johnson Lead Herndon Boys’ Basketball
- Editorial: Vote in Spite of Election Fatigue
- Editorial: Some Limits, More Disclosure
- Looking “ASCANce”
- Editorial: Value-added Evaluation?
- ‘We Have Not Forgotten’
- Absentee Voting Starts Now for Democratic Primaries
- Governor McDonnell Endorses Springfield Site for FBI Headquarters
- Fairfax County Budget Reflects ‘Increasing Needs, Decreasing Revenues’
- Editorial: More Obstacles to Transparency
- Better Training, More Technology
In April 2013, 88 homes sold between $1,075,000-$158,000 in the Herndon and Oak Hill area.
Oak Hill, Herndon Home Sales: April, 2013
The Virginia Chamber of Commerce recognized Del. Tom Rust (R-86) at their annual Legislative Awards Recognition Dinner for his support on initiatives that have helped move Virginia forward. Rust received an “A+” rating for supporting pro-business legislation during the 2013 General Assembly session.
Q&A with Pastor King Rhodes.
Pastor King Rhodes is founder and senior pastor of His Church International Christian Center (HCICC) in Springfield, and has been involved in Christian ministry and community outreach for more than 20 years. As a longtime advocate for foster youth, Rhodes and his ministry help support the mission of Fairfax Families4Kids, a foster-mentoring program for teens in Fairfax County. On Saturday, May 18, Rhodes’ church will sponsor the organization’s 5-K Walk during Foster Care Appreciation Month.
Eight high schools participate in daytime prom for special needs students.
Prom is pretty intimidating as it is: date, hair, dress, food, limo, flowers, dancing... gasp. But the annual event is also a privilege, a rite of high school passage that bonds students through shared experience for the rest of their lives. Unfortunately, many students with special needs will never share that experience with their peers. Their physical or intellectual disabilities can make participating in such a large and emotional gathering overwhelming, uncomfortable, and in some cases, simply impossible.
The Boyd School hosted their annual International Children’s Festival on Saturday, May 4, and students, parents, staff and friends participated in the celebration of diversity of the school and the neighboring community.