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Herndon Rotary Club Opens Little Free Library

Rotary club holds dedication ceremony in downtown Herndon.

Despite cool weather, the Town of Herndon residents and members of the Herndon Rotary Club assembled at downtown Herndon for the dedication and unveiling of the Rotary Club of Herndon’s first Little Free Library on Saturday, Nov. 15. The Little Free Library is a neighbor-to-neighbor sharing of books, and was made possible with the support of local businesses and the Rotary Club of Herndon

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Herndon High Holds Fall Band Concert

Herndon band performs free concert at school before trip to Norfolk.

Herndon High School band welcomed the community to attend a free concert the evening of Nov. 12 at Herndon High School auditorium. The concert was held to thank the community for generous support during the annual Tag Day fundraiser.

Oak Hill and Herndon Home Sales: October, 2014

In October 2014, 69 homes sold between $980,000-$170,500 in the Oak Hill and Herndon area.

Oak Hill and Herndon Home Sales: October, 2014

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Potter’s Fire of Herndon is All Fired Up for the Holidays

Business gears up for the season with special dinnerware and holiday decor sets.

Although Potter’s Fire is barely a year old, they are already veterans of the holiday season. The potters and glazers in the shop are busy creating holiday dinnerware and their popular mugs for gift givers who love to buy local.

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Many Herndon Residents in Opposition to November Elections

Town Council holds second public hearing on possible town charter changes.

Herndon’s town council heard from another crowd of residents about proposed changes to the town’s election process. Residents for and against changes to the number of years councilmembers and the mayor serve and moving the election to November spoke out at Nov. 11 town council public hearing.