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The Neighborhood Files, Going Green
The first celebration took place in 1989.
The Neighborhood Files
The Crounse family was one of a number of northern families that relocated to Herndon during the Civil War era.
A story of a Confederate soldier who met his demise in Herndon.
On Sunday, March 17, Mosby’s Raid on Herndon Station will be reenacted at 11 a.m and 2 p.m. The Herndon Historical Society and the Herndon Chamber of Commerce are sponsoring the event with support from the Town of Herndon.
A tale of holiday spirit centered in Herndon.
The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
Because next Sunday is Veterans Day, we thought it would be appropriate to tell the story of Congressional Medal of Honor winner Wesley L. Fox, a legendary hero within the Marine Corps whose roots are in Herndon.
Have you heard things go bump in the night?
Located in the center of Town on the Town Green, the building we now call the Old Town Hall has had many uses in its 73 years.
The Veterans Memorial on the Town Green provides a link to Herndon’s namesake—and to the U.S. Naval Academy.
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