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  • Open Houses in Reston This Weekend

    On the hunt for a new home? Get out there this weekend to check out these open houses. For more open houses and complete real estate information, visit Reston Now’s Real Estate section. 2304 Cavesson…

  • RA Approves Pony Barn Concept, But Must Find $350K to Implement

    A project that began as an idea to add a concrete floor to Reston Association’s Pony Barn Pavilion has morphed into a total remodeling of the park, including a playground accessible for people with disabilities, a…

  • Driver Seriously Injured When Car Hits Tree on Baron Cameron

    A driver was extricated from his car by Fairfax County Fire Rescue crews and taken by helicopter to the hospital Friday morning after his car hit a tree at Baron Cameron Avenue and and North…

  • Reston Summer Bucket List: Bring Your Dog to a Party

    August begins tomorrow. It’s hot. Camp may be over and school is more than a month away. Every weekday in August, Reston Now will be offering suggestions for a Summer Bucket List — things to…

  • Beyond 9 Lives: Through a Cat’s Eyes

    This is a sponsored post by Elizabeth Arguelles, veterinarian and owner of Just Cats Clinic at Lake Anne Plaza.  One of the most popular questions cat veterinarians hear is can my cat see color? Though…

  • Police Games Had $83.8 Million Impact in Fairfax County

    Fairfax County officials said the recent 2015 World Police & Fire Games brought more than $83.85 million in economic benefits to the area. The estimate exceeds the $50 million economic benefit the organizers predicted just before the Games.…

  • Citizens: Kill New Bell Schedule, Charge for Sports to Save FCPS Millions

    Fairfax County Public Schools are continuing to take citizen feedback on how to slash up to $100 million from the 2016-17 budget. FCPS Superintendent Karen Garza said in June that the school system — which…

  • Friday Morning Rundown

    New Reston Now Mobile Friendly — Lots of Reston Now readers are coming to us via their smartphones. That’s why we’ve rolled out a new mobile site that will make the user experience easier. Check us out…

  • 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 Harrison, apartments now leasing near Reston Town Center. Berry & Berry,…

  • Reston Making Plans for National Night Out

    National Night Out is Tuesday, Aug. 4, and many Reston communities will be holding special events to mark the annual show of solidarity against crime. National Night Out is an annual, nationwide community-building campaign that…

  • Reston to Get an Encore Chorale

    Seniors who like to sing: Reston is getting a new outpost of a nationally recognized chorale program. The Encore Chorale, which grew from study on creative aging and an idea from DC’s Levine School of…

  • Sunday: Reston Kids Triathlon in South Reston

    The Reston Kids Triathlon gets underway Sunday at 8 a.m. While registration for the annual event for kids ages 6 to 14 is full, here is what you should know if you are cheering for your…

  • Del. Ken Plum: Doing More With Wind Energy

    With the federal Clean Air Act requiring higher air quality standards, many fossil-fuel power plants will be closing or converting to other fuel sources. On trips to the western part of our country and abroad,…

  • Police: Two Cars Stolen From Becontree Lane

    Fairfax County Police said two cars were stolen from the 1600 block of Becontree Lane earlier this week. The thefts were reported to Fairfax County Police on Tuesday. One car was a 2002 Toyota. The…

  • Next Week: Hiring Open House at Red’s Table

    Red’s Table, the soon-to-open restaurant at South Lakes Village Center, is on a hiring spree. The owners hope to start serving by the end of August, so they need lots of people to make it…