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Monthly Archives: December 2013

    There’s no place like home for the Holidays….SO GET THERE SAFE!

    By Shaun Resimont | December 12, 2013

    ‘Tis the season for office gatherings, gift exchanges and ugly Christmas sweater parties.  Oh yes, the time of year where overindulgence is celebrated and encouraged to the fullest.  When staying for one more round of egg nog sounds a thousand and one times better then exiting into the arctic tundra of a December night in... Read More

    Reston Town Center is Holiday Central!

    By Casey Menish | December 11, 2013

    Did you recently move to the area?  Looking for some fun December activities for the family?  Well as someone who grew up in Herndon, Virginia, I feel confident in telling you that the Reston Town Center is where you want to be! Between now and New Year’s there are fun activities and events almost every... Read More

    10th Annual Breakfast with Santa!

    By Laura Griffin | December 11, 2013

    Please join us on Saturday, December 14, 2013 from 10am to 1pm at our RE/MAX Gateway office in Chantilly for our 10th Annual Breakfast with Santa!! Come join the in the fun with Santa and enjoy a little breakfast while supporting a great cause.  We ask that each attendee bring a new unwrapped toy to... Read More

    New Silver Line delays spur questions about airport authority’s diligence

    By Justin Chaney | December 9, 2013

    By Lori Aratani, Published: December 8 on The announcement last week of yet another delay in the completion of the first phase of the Silver Line rail extension has raised concerns over whether the agency building it is pushing aggressively enough to get the project finished. Officials at the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority had hoped to turn over responsibility for the... Read More

    Seven Ways to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft

    By Alex Bracke | December 4, 2013

    With the holiday season upon us, it’s important to keep in mind that with online purchases, packed shopping malls and busier personal schedules, the chances for falling victim to identity theft is something to be mindful about.  There are some simple steps that you can take to avoid the headaches that come along with becoming... Read More

    Home sales fall in Loudoun County

    By Justin Chaney | December 4, 2013

    Loudoun County was the only county in Northern Virginia where housing sales fell in October. Sources claim total sales in Loudoun last month fell 6 percent compared to a year ago. Alexandria saw the biggest jump, with sales up 34 percent. Arlington County remains Northern Virginia’s most expensive county for housing, with last month’s median... Read More

    Finding the Perfect Neighborhood!

    By Casey Menish | December 4, 2013

    I would be willing to argue that picking the neighborhood is a decision almost as important as picking the house itself.  If you are looking for your “starter home” and plan to only be there for a few years, maybe it’s not as big of a deal.  But if you are looking for a home... Read More

    Loudoun County Food Banks

    By Shaun Resimont | December 4, 2013

      With “Black Friday” in the rear view mirror, the holiday season is in full swing in Loudoun County.  Why not use some some of that holiday spirit to help out some less fortunate folks this season?  Here is a list of local food banks that are collecting donations to help those in need: Loudoun... Read More

    Loudoun Center Theatre to Perform A Christmas Carol

    By Charles Dubissette | December 3, 2013

     The Loudoun Centre Theatre will be performing the holiday classic A Christmas Carol at Ticonderoga Farms in South Riding, Va., on December 5-7th and 13-14th at 7:30pm.   Step back into a world straight from the pages of Charles Dickens, in which Ebenezer Scrooge — with help from his deceased partner and three holiday ghosts —... Read More

    Black Friday Gets a Little Darker

    By Justin Chaney | December 2, 2013

    The Holiday Season has begun. Every year Christmas decorations and Music become available earlier and earlier it seems but their is always the “official” start to the Holiday season; Black Friday. The day where retail stores all over have insane lines for insane deals and doorbusters. That is not all that happens though. This year Fairfax County police... Read More