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- Fairfax County: Historic Sites - Resident Curators?
- Torres Trial Date Set for December
- Herndon to Host Labor Day Festival
- Herndon: Kyle Mathers, 19, Dale Neibaur, 19, Holly Novak, 18
- Herndon Celebrates National Night Out
- Herndon Field Hockey Graduates Tons of Talent
- Vienna: Oakton Football Returns Most of Starting Lineup
- Davis Enters Second Season as Herndon Football Coach
- Herndon Coach Wins Two Medals
- Herndon Takes Part In World Police And Fire Games
- Editorial: How to Vote; It Matters
- Column: 'Bulky Boy'
- Letter: Welcome from Police Chief Ed Roessler
- Column: Accommodate or Exacerbate
- Editorial: Sea Changes in Policing?
- 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
In July, 2015, 112 homes sold between $1,551,861-$170,000 in the Oak Hill and Herndon area.
Oak Hill and Herndon Home Sales: July, 2015
School to hold open house on Sept. 3.
September 8 is fast approaching for Fairfax County Public Schools, and Dranesville Elementary School is ready for the new school year.
Cougars hope to improve from 2014 record of 5-5.
Oakton reached the playoffs in 2014.
Senior receiver Blanding is potential breakout athlete.
The Herndon football team opens the season at Fairfax on Sept. 3.
Grief counseling is available at Herndon High School.
Herndon High School alums Kyle Mathers, 19, Holly Novak, 18, and Dale Neibaur, 19, had no chance of surviving.