Oak Hill/Herndon Local

Oak Hill/Herndon Local


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900 Apartments Coming to the Town of Herndon

When Quadrangle Development Corporation builds its two office towers in the Town of Herndon, they will be the tallest buildings ever constructed within the town’s boundaries.

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Providing Access to Fresh, Healthy Food

WFCM’s second, client-choice pantry opens in Centreville.

Fairfax County is a great place to live – for those earning enough money to keep a roof over their heads, pay their bills and feed their families. But people struggling to make ends meet often turn to Western Fairfax Christian Ministries (WFCM) for help.

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Michelin-Starred Chef Perfects Vegan Ice Cream

Store’s ribbon cutting is on Saturday.

When it comes to eating ice cream, the top priority for most individuals is undoubtedly the combination of great taste and the right texture — hard to do with vegan ice cream.

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Herndon East Meets West Festival Saturday, Aug. 26

Arts Herndon, Arts Herndon Lawn Stage, Saturday, Aug. 26, 750 Center Street Herndon.

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Great Falls Rotary Club Donates to Cornerstones

Gift baskets for children and youth at Neighborhood Resource Center in Herndon.

The Rotary Club of Great Falls donated 40 'End of the Year' baskets to Cornerstones in Reston for its Out-of-School Youth Program for elementary and middle school students.

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Comstock Files Revised Plan for Herndon Downtown Center

Herndon Town Council Public Session, August 8

At the Aug. 8 Town Council Public Session, Scott Robinson, director of public works, acting as town manager, presented the Town Manager Report. Robinson reported that Comstock (Herndon Venture L.C.) filed a revised site plan for its mixed-use development in Herndon’s downtown.

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Music Students Make Sweet Summer Sounds

Franklin Middle holds 36th annual Band and Orchestra Camp.

The sweet sounds of music filled the halls of Franklin Middle School during the 36th annual Band and Orchestra Camp. It ran June 22-July 14, and 350 fourth- through rising 10th-graders attended.

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Town’s Gentleman Patriarch Dies

Arthur Stuart Nachman, a life well lived.

Arthur Stuart Nachman, patriarch of the Town of Herndon, died on Tuesday, July 25, at the age of 69, after a thirty-year battle with cancer.

More on Herndon Historic District

Letters to the Editor

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Herndon Swim League Celebrates 40th Anniversary and Awards Scholarships

On Saturday July 22 the Herndon Swim League gathered for the 30th Annual All-League Meets.

The Closet of The Greater Herndon Area, Inc. Announces 2023 Scholarship Recipients

The Closet of The Greater Herndon Area, Inc. (“The Closet”), recently announced the distribution of scholarships totaling $48,000 to 34 local students.

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Petitioners Appeal to Circuit Court to Stop Demolition

On July 7, Robert B. Walker, Esq., filed a Petition for Review and Complaint in Fairfax County Circuit Court that drew the attention of some residents in the Town of Herndon's Historic District Overlay.

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SLHS PTSA Food Pantry Breaks Distribution Record

Summer hunger surges.

A break from school does not mean a break from hunger. The demand for food is increasing dramatically across the United States, including locally.

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Chantilly Man Dead; Suspect Is In Custody

A Chantilly man is dead – and his suspected killer is in custody – after a shooting, last Thursday, July 6, in a parking garage in the McNair neighborhood of Oak Hill.

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Historic Districts Divide Residents

National Register of Historic Places staff weigh in with facts.

The fate of the federal Herndon Historic District, a 115-acre area listed in 1991 on the National Register of Historic Places, and the local Historic District Overlay (HDO) is generating public and councilmember comments leading up to the Herndon Town Council’s Strategic Planning Meeting on Thursday, July 13.