- Week in Reston
- Babes in the Woods
- World of Beer offers IT platform for business lunches
- Reston Little League Presents Leadership Awards
- Exciting Week at Lake Anne Elementary
- McLean, South Lakes Girls' Soccer Teams Pleased with Season Outlook
- Maye Leads Herndon Boys’ Soccer to Victory
- East All-Stars Beat West All-Stars in 10th Suburban Classic
- Conference-Champion Seahawks Continue Second-Half Surge
- South Lakes Girls’ Basketball Captures Elusive Postseason Title
- Taxes, Taxes, Taxes
- Southwestern Virginia
- Editorial: Past Time for Later Start Times
- Is WarnerCare Here?
- Pass a Clean Budget
- Final Days of Voting in RA Election
- Northern Virginia's Growing Debt Burden
- Board Advertises Higher Tax Rate
- Virginia Laws Help Local Governments Conceal 911 Calls from Public
- Money on the Shelves: Jurisdictions Take Variety of Approaches to Funding Libraries
Herndon-Reston FISH to Hold Annual Fundraising Event Herndon-Reston FISH, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicating to help families meet emergencies and short-term needs, will hold its 9th Annual Fish Fling Gala at the Crowne Plaza Dulles Airport Hotel on Saturday, April 26, from 6 to 11 p.m. This gala is FISH’s largest fundraising event to acquire the financial support for its Family Assistance Program. In 2013 FISH worked with over 1300 area families.
To the Editor: The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors (BOS) has been wrestling with the question of how to meet their self-imposed demands for more services and how to raise revenue (read "taxes") to support those demands. The first source is the real estate tax - the tax on our homes and businesses. The real estate tax is a function of the value of our property and a function of the rate of tax to be imposed based on the value of our property. Suffice to say, this is a game that is played each year - whatever you call it, about 15.5 percent more will have come out of our pockets over the past three years.
Sean Dooley, director at The Wise Investor Group at RW Baird in Reston, presented Leadership Awards to deserving players who are entering their final season of baseball in Reston Little League, as well as RLL alumni who have chosen to continue teaching the game as youth umpires. During ceremonies held in conjunction with the annual Little League Parade at Reston Town Center, each awardee was honored with an award certificate that cited their “sportsmanship during past seasons, their potential for continued leadership development as they graduate on to new teams and schools, and their love of the game.” In addition, each awardee received a Scholarship Award for Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) leadership training. Players have as many as 15 seasons of experience playing baseball in Reston Little League, starting at age 4. Awardees are: Jack Thompson (Athletics), Aiden O’Donovan (Phillies), Josh Meade (Yankees), Sully Gholson (Nationals), Vikrant Magadi (Rays), Shea Huntington (Pirates), Nick Gryski (Red Sox), Braden Huebsch (Mets), Owen Walker (Umpire), and Kyle Sather (Umpire).
MLK Cultural Foundation Dream Makers Gala raises money for students.
Fifteen northern Virginia students received scholarships to follow their dreams last week. The Martin Luther King Cultural Foundation Dream Makers Award Gala drew in hundreds of people to raise money and hand out college scholarships on Thursday. “It’s something like this that will make me go to work tomorrow and want to make the world a better place for our children,” said Lieutenant Governor Ralph Northam during a speech.
In March 2014, 80 Reston homes sold between $1,065,000-$195,000.
Reston Home Sales: March, 2014