Bill Ashton, Herndon town manager Economics has always been at the core of the issues delaying the Herndon Downtown Red…
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The Closet of Greater Herndon opened the doors to its annual Everything Christmas Sale on Friday afternoon, Nov. 10. An hour earlier, people started …
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Project lingers in limbo, but new permits process will be ready.
Economics has always been at the core of the issues delaying the Herndon Downtown Redevelopment Project (2019) between the Town of Herndon and Comstock Herndon Venture LC, according to Bill Ashton, the town’s manager.
Coming together “to honor generations of women and men who have served and sacrificed.”
In the Town of Herndon, members of the Wayne M. Kidwell American Legion Post 184 members started their day’s observance at dawn.
The Closet’s Annual Everything Christmas Sale
The Closet of Greater Herndon opened the doors to its annual Everything Christmas Sale on Friday afternoon, Nov. 10.
Homecoming week: bonfire, parade, dance and Hornets beat Highlanders.
It's the fall season, and the annual high school homecoming tradition is in full swing across Fairfax County and the rest of the country. For some of this year's Herndon High School Hornets, “HOCO” (homecoming) created memories that will last a lifetime.
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