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  • April Fools Day, Reston Style

    The Mercury Fountain at Reston Town Center was full of inflatable balls on Wednesday as part of the town center’s annual April Fool’s Day prank. Meanwhile, over on Modern Reston, the site posted a very…

  • Developer Seeks Rezoning for More Wiehle-Area Housing

    Pulte Home Corp. has filed an application with Fairfax County to replace an office building at 1825 Michael Faraday Dr. in Reston with multi-family housing in walking distance to the Wiehle-Reston East Metro Station. Pulte…

  • Reston Pet of the Week: Mowgli

    Here is Mowgli, a young pug who is this week’s Reston Pet of the Week. Here is what owner Melissa has to say about him: Mowgli is a 2-year-old pug who still has his puppy…

  • Del. Ken Plum: Return on Investment

    Constituents contacted me recently about a Richmond Times Dispatch article headline they felt was misleading: “Ken Plum says Pre-K education leads to less crime and welfare.” Certainly the editor did not mean that I thought…

  • Save the Date: Reston Founders Day April 11

    Happy Birthday, Reston — you look good for 51. And founder Bob Simon seems to be the heartiest (almost) 101 year old around. Come and celebrate both birthdays at the annual Reston Founders Day on April…

  • PassionFish Manager Among RAMMY Nominees

    Ryan McCarthy, the manager of PassionFish at Reston Town Center, has been nominated as Manager of the Year in the 2015 RAMMYs — the awards given by the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington. The nominees were announced…

  • Wednesday Morning Rundown

    New Leader for Nonprofit – Northern Virginia Family Service (NVFS) has promoted Stephanie Berkowitz has been promoted to president and chief executive officer. Berkowitz is currently senior vice president of programs at NVFS. [NVFS] Virginia Third Among…

  • IPAR Project Needs Volunteers, Materials

    The Initiative for Public Art Reston (IPAR) is preparing to welcome artist Patrick Dougherty, who will begin a public art installation built from tree saplings at Reston Town Square Park. IPAR says the project needs help…

  • Spring Fun at Reston Community Center

     This is a sponsored post by Eve Thompson of Reston Real Estate. Spring has officially sprung in Reston, and it’s time to get out of the house and start having some fun. We are fortunate…

  • Winery Will Be RTC West’s First Tenant

    RTC West, the restaurant-and-retail complex that was just approved by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, has signed its first tenant. Chicago-based Cooper’s Hawk Winery and Restaurant will be the anchor for 40,000 square feet…

  • Prisoner Who Fled Fairfax Hospital Arrested in DC

    The prisoner who escaped from authorities at Inova Fairfax Hospital early Tuesday, allegedly stole two cars in his getaway and led Fairfax County Police on a widespread chase has been captured in the District, Fairfax County Police…

  • Fire Damages Home West Ox Road Home

    Fairfax County Fire and Rescue officials are investigating the cause of a blaze Sunday night at 3219 West Ox Rd. in unincorporated Herndon. Units were called to the scene at about 9 p.m. after someone…

  • Supervisor Hudgins’ Husband Hospitalized After Fall

    Willie Hudgins, the husband of Hunter Mill Supervisor Cathy Hudgins, is recovering at Inova Fairfax Hospital after he was badly injured in a fall on Friday. Hudgins suffered serious injuries in the incident at his…

  • Barcelona Nearly Ready to Open at Reston Town Center

    Crews are putting the finishing touches on Barcelona Wine Bar and Bartaco, two new restaurants that will take up part of the ground floor on The Avant apartments at 12025 Town Square St. at Reston…

  • Police: Trash Truck Driver Threatened With Knife

    A Herndon man was arrested on Monday after he allegedly assaulted the driver of garbage truck at knife point, Fairfax County Police said. Police said the truck was at Tewksbury Drive and Unicorn Court in the…