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Custom Home on the Market Embraces Convenient and Quaint Neighborhood of Lyon Village

Custom Home on the Market Embraces Convenient and Quaint Neighborhood of Lyon Village

This elegant classic colonial on the market offers exquisite detailing, the latest modern amenities, and the opportunity to take in the spring season with its outdoor patio and kitchen

The Neighborhood

Walking down mature tree-lined sidewalks to the neighborhood parks, playgrounds and nearby shopping contributes to the small-town feel of Lyon Village, one of Arlington’s most sought after residential communities. Frank Lyon purchased this land, formerly Robert Cruit’s 19th century weekend and holiday estate and dairy farm, and established Lyon Village, a true community that was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1923. Colonial, Tudor and Classical Revival styles are among the distinctive homes within the neighborhood, which embraces the custom brick home at 1839 N. Herndon Street as one of its own.

From the Beginning

School cafeteria closed for mice in Montgomery County


Bethesda, Md. (WUSA9) The Montgomery County Health Department confirms to WUSA9 the authenticity of a Wood Acres Elementary School e-mail acknowledging a "temporary suspension of meal services" after "evidence of mice was observed in the cafeteria storeroom."


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Update: Inspectors say the school passed a re-inspection the next day.

"Suspension occurred and the principal's letter accurately describes the situation," said Montgomery County Health Spokeswoman Mary Anderson.

Montgomery County Police announce promotions

MCPD Chief Announces PromotionsPublished on March 11, 2014 by in Press Releases

Chief J. Thomas Manger has announced the following promotions:

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Promoted to CAPTAIN (effective March 9):

  • Lieutenant David Anderson – assigned to Duty Commander
  • Lieutenant James Humphries – assigned to Duty Commander

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Montgomery County Police announce promotions

MCPD Chief Announces PromotionsPublished on March 11, 2014 by in Press Releases

Chief J. Thomas Manger has announced the following promotions:

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Promoted to CAPTAIN (effective March 9):

  • Lieutenant David Anderson – assigned to Duty Commander
  • Lieutenant James Humphries – assigned to Duty Commander

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Mont. Co. parking meters to accept credit cards


BETHESDA, Md. (WUSA9) -- New "smart" parking meters that accept credit cards are being installed in Montgomery County, Isiah Leggett announced Monday.

The new meters in Bethesda will accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover in additions to coins or pay-by-cell phone.

The new "smart" parking meters will instantly process credit card transactions using the highest level of security. Information in the meter window displays parking rates, hours and days when payment is required, and notes parking restrictions, according to a press release.

Officials say the changeover to "smart" parking meters is expected to take about a week, weather permitting.

House fire in Bethesda under investigation


BETHESDA, Md. (WUSA9) -- The cause of a fire at a home in Bethesda remains under investigation.

The fire broke out at a home on Irvington Avenue just off Bradley Boulevard on Sunday.

No one was inside the home at the time.

Neighbors say the man who had lived there died about a year ago.