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- Torres Trial Date Set for December
- Reston: Five Candidates for Three Vacancies
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- Herndon: Kyle Mathers, 19, Dale Neibaur, 19, Holly Novak, 18
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- Reston Triathlete Goes National
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- Lorton: Yates' Walk-Off Single Sends South County Softball to Region Quarterfinals
- Column: 'Bulky Boy'
- Letter: Welcome from Police Chief Ed Roessler
- Column: Accommodate or Exacerbate
- Editorial: Sea Changes in Policing?
- Commentary: Public Trust above Party
- Commentary: Political Prospects for Medicaid Expansion
- Transportation Forum Discusses Options and Obstacles
- Celebrating Black History Month
- GMU Students Rally to Lower Student Debt
- Referendum for Land Purchase
In July, 2015, 136 Reston homes sold between $1,650,000-$85,000.
Reston Home Sales: July, 2015
Shifting from a relaxing vacation back to work is always challenging, but my return this past week from the mountains, streams and lakes of Glacier National Park to a special session of the General Assembly has been a particularly stark contrast.
My experience is that the annual summit of the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) provides the best continuing education I can get as a legislator.
Emily Landeryou, 15, a rising junior at South Lakes High, competes at national level.
Imagine competing in a 750 meter open water swim, then a 12-mile bike and lastly a three-mile run. Exhausted yet? Emily Landeryou, a 15-year-old rising junior at South Lakes High School and elite triathlete can compete in such a race with ease.
Grief counseling is available at Herndon High School.
Herndon High School alums Kyle Mathers, 19, Holly Novak, 18, and Dale Neibaur, 19, had no chance of surviving.