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Cortona Academy Northern Virginia Family Realizing ‘The American Dream’

Cortona Academy Northern Virginia Family Realizing ‘The American Dream’

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Herndon Festival Is Set for June 1-4

Herndon Festival Is Set for June 1-4

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Herndon Middle School ‘Reads Like Hawks’

Herndon Middle School reading

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Bike to Work Grows in Herndon

Bike to Work Grows in Herndon

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Friday Night Live! Returns to Herndon

Summer is on in town.

Friday Night Live! Returns to Herndon

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Investing in the Community

The Wise Investor Group supports Embry Rucker Shelter during Baird Gives Back Week.

The Wise Investor Group supports Embry Rucker Shelter

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Friendly Bidding Raises Funds for Operation School Bell

Northern Virginia’s Operation School Bell programs

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Proms Aren’t Just For Teens

The Herndon and Reston Rotary Clubs host the 2017 Senior Senior Prom.

Senior Citizens hold a prom

Arts Herndon Director Steps Down

Arts Herndon Director Steps Down

Town Approves 2018 Budget

Town Approves 2018 Budget

Herndon-Monroe Garage Service Announcement

Herndon-Monroe Garage Service Announcement

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Herndon Equips Police with Body Cameras

Herndon Police Body Cameras

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Fairfax County: FCPS to Present FY2018 Budget to Supervisors April 4

School system facing nearly $50 million gap in funding.

Leading up to the Fairfax County Public School Board presenting its advertised FY2018 budget to the Board of Supervisors Tuesday, April 4, several school board members and supervisors have been hosting community meetings on the subject.

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Fairfax County: Gillespie Wins GOP Straw Poll for Governor at Robinson

More than 300 voters attended a Fairfax County Republican Committee straw poll and candidate forum on March 25, according to FCRC executive director Eric Johnson. The event was held at Robinson Secondary School.

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Fairfax County: Community and faith leaders, elected officials speak about hate speech, bias incidents and hate crimes

More than 100 people filled the Ernst Cultural Center at Northern Virginia Community College’s Annandale Campus on Sunday, March 26, to hear more than a dozen elected and faith leaders, as well as representatives from local organizations speak about hate speech, bias incidents and hate crimes.

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