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Fairfax County: Public hearing on yard waste bags follows premature administrative change

North Springfield resident Asher Grady has his leaf collecting down to a science. And with the mature trees around his quarter-acre lot, he needs to. Each fall, he said, he goes through between 60 and 80 bags of leaves, spending between eight and 12 hours to rake and bag them.

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Week in Herndon

Community

The MOMS Club of Herndon will host monthly meeting on Thursday, Jan. 19

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New Principals at Herndon High, Herndon Elementary

Community

Elizabeth Noto has been named principal of Herndon High School, effective Jan. 30.

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Herndon: Town Mayor and Councilmembers Sworn-In for 2017-18 Terms

Politics

Herndon Mayor Lisa Merkel and town council members were sworn into office for their 2017-18 terms on Tuesday, Jan. 3, at the Herndon Municipal Center.

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Rep. Comstock Co-Sponsors Resolution Condemning Anti-Israel UN Vote

Congresswoman Barbara Comstock

“In an act of moral cowardice in the closing days of his administration, President Obama’s ‘reckless abstention’ [to use the words of former DNC Chair and current Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL)] at the UN has demonstrated his legacy as the most anti-Israel President in modern history. President Obama took the longtime, bipartisan support for Israel that has been a hallmark of U.S. foreign policy for decades and scrapped it with this short-sighted action last month.

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Herndon, Reston Residents Discuss Their Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions: Tradition to Use or Lose

It’s that time again, the start of the New Year.

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Herndon Tinkers with Trains

The railroad station in downtown Herndon was the center of the community in the 1800s. During the holidays, the trains become the center of attention once again.

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Battle of Wits at Herndon’s Stage

Shakespeare’s romantic-comedy ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ at NextStop Theatre

Shakespeare’s romantic-comedy ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ at NextStop Theatre.

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New Roadway Plan Approved for Herndon Metro Area

A concept plan to extend Worldgate Drive from Van Buren Street to Herndon Parkway was approved by the Herndon Town Council during its last public hearing on Dec. 13.

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Merry and Bright at Reston Town Center

Reston Town Center ice skating rink provides outdoor entertainment for family and friends.

“I think it brings the families together, getting outdoors,” said Blythe Shippie, who visits the ice rink several times each year with her two daughters. “It’s just a fun activity that gets us out of the house, away from gadgets and TV screens.”

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Herndon Observes Wreaths Across America Day

Even with an ice storm, it was a beautiful day to remember, honor and teach.

Town of Herndon, in partnership with Herndon Woman’s Club, joined in to support National Wreaths Across America Day Saturday, Dec. 17 at Chestnut Grove Cemetery

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Herndon-Reston FISH Plays Santa’s Helpers Once Again

Robyn Kampf thinks it was about forty (Yes, 4-0!) years ago that she first got involved in the Herndon-Reston Friendly Instant Sympathetic Help (FISH) holiday toy and food drive.

Dulles Regional Chamber Presents Stars Over Dulles Awards

The Dulles Regional Chamber hosted its annual Stars Over Dulles Awards Luncheon at the Westin Washington Dulles on Dec. 13.

Reston Association North Point District Director Resigns

Reston Association Board Director Dannielle LaRosa, who represents the North Point District, gave her notice of resignation on Dec. 15.

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