- Lake Anne Jazz Festival on Aug. 30 0 comments
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- Curator Program Study Being Finalized
- Safety at a Crossroads in Poor Communities Across Northern Virginia
- U.S. Rep Wolf (R-10) Announces Service Academy Appointments
- ‘Happy’ Books Come to Neighborhood
- Totally Trucks Event Held In Reston
- Taylor to Use Up-Tempo Offense at South Lakes
- South Lakes Rising Senior Wojciechowski Looking for Continued Improvement
- Jensen to Play Point Guard for Mary Washington
- World Cup Fever
- Thousands Watch World Cup Match in Reston Town Center
- Editorial: Accountability for Police in Northern Virginia
- All Write For Now
- Column: Lessons for Fairfax County from Ferguson, Mo.?
- Column: Conservation as a Way of Life
- Write Now, I Just Don’t Know
- Week in Reston
- Pick Reston’s Official Bird!
- Governor Proclaims Teen Cancer Awareness Week
- New RA Board Member Chosen
- Governor's Mansion, Confidential
Lake Anne’s Jazz and Blues festival has grown a lot since it started eight years ago. The free festival, which features D.C. - area world class musicians, local wine and beer as well as temporary public art, will take place Aug. 30 from 2 to 8 p.m.
Jessica Kachadorian, 12, from Leesburg, won Student of the Year in Colorado Springs, Colo., while representing LearningRx in Reston. Kachadorian’s personal video competed against nearly 100 other LearningRx centers from around the nation that submitted videos of their students for Student of the Year.
Stanley I. Richards, age 78, of Reston, died at INOVA Fairfax Hospital on Tuesday, July 29 after a brief illness. Mr. Richards was born on May 29, 1936 in Washington D.C.
At first blush, it is hard to imagine much positive coming out of last week’s tragic news from Ferguson, Mo., where an unarmed 18-year-old man was shot six times by a police officer. Fairfax County is no stranger to such events. Police killings of unarmed people also occur in Fairfax County.
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