- Week in Herndon
- Eggs-ellent Pre-Easter Swim
- Snap Fitness Holds Grand Opening
- Mind Heart Vision Exhibit Opens at ArtSpace
- ArtSpace Herndon Hosts Americas Ensemble Concert
- McLean, South Lakes Girls' Soccer Teams Pleased with Season Outlook
- Maye Leads Herndon Boys’ Soccer to Victory
- East All-Stars Beat West All-Stars in 10th Suburban Classic
- Herndon Gymnast Bradley Earns All-Around Region Berth
- McLean, W-L Gymnastics Teams Qualify for Regionals
- Editorial: Celebrate Earth Day
- Dying of Curiosity
- Matza - Humble Bread
- Commentary: Why I Support Medicaid Expansion
- Opinion: Maintaining a Viable, Diverse Community in Fairfax County
- Herndon In-town Absentee Voting Denied
- Harris Corp. Opens New Herndon Facility
- Northern Virginia's Growing Debt Burden
- Board Advertises Higher Tax Rate
- Virginia Laws Help Local Governments Conceal 911 Calls from Public
In March 2014, 58 homes sold between $975,000-$160,000 in the Herndon and Oak Hill area.
Oak Hill, Herndon Home Sales: March, 2014
Herndon Town Council Holds Budget Hearings A $48,827,100 budget was presented to residents to discuss at the April 8 Herndon Town Council meeting. The meeting provided residents the opportunity to gather information about the 2014-15 budget. A second hearing will be held April 22, at 7 p.m. at 765 Lynn Street. “In this climate, my proposed FY 2015 budget takes a conservative approach to allocation of town resources while continuing our focus on redevelopment of the downtown, planning for transit-oriented development near Metrorail's Herndon station and maintenance of the quality of our public facilities and infrastructure," stated Herndon Town Manager Arthur Anselene in a press release.
Members of the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church missions team, Helping Hands, reached out to the Selma community once again, donating $7,000 of food to the local food pantry. Concordia students helped shop, deliver and unload the hundreds of pounds of canned food to Christian Outreach Alliance, an organization that gives hundreds of food bags to the hungry each month. Good Shepherd, based in Herndon has sent several mission teams to Concordia College over the years. Also on the mission trip was Matthew Dickert. The team also painted buildings on campus during their time in Selma.
The Business Management Virtual Enterprise class at Herndon High recently placed first in best sales presentation, first in website design, second in company business card, and fifth in human resource case study during a trade show at Virginia Wesleyan College. The students created the company V-LO Chip, Inc. Their chip is the size of a stamp and can be placed on any item which would allow one to locate a lost, stolen, or misplaced object using a smartphone, laptop, or tablet. It can also be used for medical purposes to locate disoriented loved ones suffering from dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease. Team members include Paria Ahmadi, Daniel Cozza, Eduardo Delgado, Bobby Emmons, Bailey Hubble, Anthony Lieu, Stephanie Paendong, Nathan Petrelli, and Sam Sepassi. Team officers also played a part in the success of the competition but did not attend; they traveled to New York City on March 31, to represent Virginia in the National Business Plan competition. Officers are Steven Barbaro, Andrew Ipinza, Robert Koss, Travis Langtry, Andrew Maccini, Sara Pena, and Han Phan.
A good sized crowd gathered last Wednesday evening at Herndon’s Green Lizard Cycling to see the storefront lit up with blue lights. Buildings and landmarks across the country and the world turned on blue lights as well Wednesday night for Autism Speaks 4th annual “Light It Up Blue” campaign for World Autism Awareness Day.