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- Fairfax County: Candidates Meet on Fairfax Public Access
- 146 Fairfax County Schools Energy Star-Certified
- Reston: First Celebration of Founder
- Fairfax County NAACP hosts 70th Freedom Fund Awards
- Fairfax NAACP To Host Rally Seeking ‘Justice for Natasha McKenna’
- Reston: Wicket Club Aims to Make Cricket the New Baseball
- Reston: South Lakes Volleyball Finishes Fourth at NVVA Invitational
- Reston: South Lakes’ Davis Produces Hat Trick in Opener
- Reston Triathlete Goes National
- Reston: Seahawks Hoping Improved Strength Leads to Wins
- Editorial: Changing Perspective on Death Penalty
- Column: Treatment Denied Syndrome
- Column: Tradition of Keeping Voters Informed
- Column: Police Reform Now A Distinct Possibility
- Column: Redistricting Reform Needed
- Metro Needs an Overhaul
- Commentary: Political Prospects for Medicaid Expansion
- Transportation Forum Discusses Options and Obstacles
- Celebrating Black History Month
- GMU Students Rally to Lower Student Debt
In August, 2015, 108 Reston homes sold between $1,500,000-$110,000.
Reston Home Sales: August, 2015
Beloved Herndon High School Latin teacher Christine Sleeper, who died Feb. 15, 2015 at 98, kept a Trojan Horse in her Herndon High School classroom and the Latin word “gaude” on her license plate.
Mary Tindal Rainey - geophysicist, nature lover, sports enthusiast and artist – passed away on Aug. 17, 2015 after a year-long battle with pancreatic cancer.
Reston founder’s legacy remains immortal.
Paul Hartke invited Bob Simon on his pontoon boat on Lake Audubon when Simon was in his 90s. “He stood on the back of the pontoon boat and we revved the motor and he beamed, ‘This makes you feel like a kid.’ That’s what kept him going I think.'”
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