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  • ‘Back to Basics’ for Police in Reston, Says New Leader

    Fairfax County Police’s Reston District Station has a new commander. Capt. Ronald Manzo took over as the district’s top cop on March 1. Manzo, a 47-year-old Fairfax County native, has been with FCPD for 22…

  • Tetra Building Needs New Roof, Other Repairs

    A building inspection performed on the former Reston Visitors Center has revealed elements and systems that will need to be replaced in the next 5 to 10 years. Among them: Major elements of the HVAC…

  • Friday Morning Rundown

    More Cuts For Libraries — Fairfax County Public Library employees say cutbacks are hurting the already struggling system. [Fairfax Times] Police Programs For Teens — The Fairfax County Police will hold a Teen Police Academy…

  • Thanks to Our Sponsors and Advertisers

    On Fridays we take a moment to thank our sponsors and advertisers. Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce, the business community for the vibrant region. The Avant, new luxury rentals in the heart of Reston Town Center.…

  • Sunday: Runners Marathon Runs Through Reston

    One of Reston’s premier athletic events takes place on Sunday as the third annual Runners Marathon of Reston hits the streets of South Reston. Registration for the Reston Runners-sponsored event is closed, but the course…

  • Fairfax is No. 3 in Virginia County Health Rankings

    Fairfax County was named Virginia’s third-healthiest – behind Arlington and Albermarle Counties  – in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s 2015 County Health Rankings. The rankings look at 30 factors, including poverty, education, transportation, housing, violent crimes, jobs,…

  • Friday: Changes at Toll Road Hunter Mill Exit

    The Dulles Toll Road’s westbound exit at Hunter Mill in Reston will be EZPass only from Friday morning through Monday morning so crew can do upgrades at the toll booth, the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority said.…

  • Final Public Hearing on RA’s Tetra Purchase Thursday

    Reston Association will hold its second and final public hearing on the planned purchase of the former Visitors Center Thursday night. This is the last chance for RA members to offer their thoughts on the…

  • Why Did This Reston Business’s Sign Disappear?

    Now you see it. Now you don’t. Several Reston Now readers have inquired as to why the sign for the forthcoming Red’s Table restaurant at South Lakes Village Center was up for months — only…

  • Reston Association: Small Changes Have Fiscal Impact

    Reston Association is looking towards the next budget cycle with an eye towards cutting small costs that could add up to organizational — and possibly member — savings, says RA CEO Cate Fulkerson. Saving money and…

  • Thursday Morning Rundown

    Changes At The Top In Wake Of Police Shooting – Fairfax County’s Attorney David Bobzien said changes are coming to the management structure if his office to fix communication problems that were part of the county’s…

  • VDOT Working on Repairing Winter’s Damage

    It’s pothole season in Northern Virginia. The Virginia Department of Transportation says it has filled more than 10,000 potholes in Fairfax and surrounding counties as of late last week. Crews are using a “cold” and…

  • Closing Sunday: Reston’s Radio Shack

    Some merchandise is available and there are deep discounts to be had at the Radio Shack at 1404 North Point Village Center. The store is one of is on the list of the nearly 2,000 locations…

  • Del. Ken Plum: ‘The Lady’s Got Clout’

    Each year, the Library of Virginia honors women who have distinguished themselves in many different ways in the state’s history. Publicity is given to the women selected who many times may not have gotten much…

  • Update: RTC West Approved by Supervisors

    JBG’s RTC West project was approved by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, clearing the way for 40,000 square feet of retail and dining close to the future Reston Town Center Metro station. The…