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  • Open Houses This Weekend in Reston

    Searching for a new home? Catch these end-of-summer open houses this weekend in Reston. For complete real estate information and more open houses, visit Reston Now’s Real Estate section. 1519 Twisted Oak Drive * 3 BR,…

  • New Restaurant Tenant for Macaroni Grill Building

    There’s a new restaurant coming to the former location of Macaroni Grill at 1845 Fountain Drive in Reston. Not Your Average Joe’s, a Massachusetts-based restaurant chain, has signed a lease for the location and has…

  • Op-Ed: Inside RA’s Budget Process

    This is an op-ed by Reston Association President Ellen Graves. It does not represent the opinion of Reston Now. Graves will be providing periodic updates as the 2016-17 Budget process continues this fall. Over the…

  • Reston Summer Bucket List: Say So Long to August

    It’s the end of the line for the Reston Summer Bucket List 2015. Looking for things to do between now and Labor Day? Here they are, all in one list (note: we did not include…

  • Beyond Nine Lives: Picking Your New Pet

    This is a sponsored post by Elizabeth Arguelles, veterinarian and owner of Just Cats Clinic at Lake Anne Plaza. Picking the right cat to bring into your house is a decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly. The…

  • Save the Date: Clips Beer & Film Tour In Reston Sept. 10

    A celebration of beer and movies comes to Reston Town Center on Thursday, Sept. 10, and proceeds from the event will benefit Fairfax Advocates for Better Bicycling (FABB). This is the sixth year the New Belgium…

  • Progress Report: Kendra Scott Store at Reston Town Center

    Kendra Scott, the national upscale costume jewelry store with expansion plans in the Washington, DC., area, expects to open its Reston Town Center store in early December, a store spokeswoman said. In June, Kendra Scott…

  • Friday Morning Rundown

    Pricey, Pricey DC — The Washington, DC, Metro area is the most expensive place in the country to raise a family. You need $106,000 just to get by. [WTOP] Defending Geer’s Shooter — The head…

  • 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,…

  • Afternoon Poll: How Do You Deal With the Nation’s Worst Commute?

    We’re trying here in the D.C. Metro area. Public transportation. Ride sharing. Telecommuting. No matter, we’re still No. 1 — in commuting time. A new report produced by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) shows drivers…

  • Reston Summer Bucket List: Great Things in Great Falls

    Every weekday in August, Reston Now will be offering suggestions for a Summer Bucket List — things to do, places to check out and activities to try in and around Reston before summer’s end. Obviously,…

  • Del. Ken Plum: Both Sides of the Wall

    This is an opinion piece by Ken Plum, who represents Reston in Virginia’s House of Delegates. It does not reflect the opinion of Reston Now. Recently, a place of worship in the community asked me…

  • Reston Association Offering Homeowner Workshops

    Reston Association will begin holding a series of workshops this fall aimed at offering info to homeowners. The first workshop, The “ABC’s of DRB” will provide information on how applications are reviewed by the Design Review…

  • Office Owner Hopes to Sell as Reston Heights Prepares to Expand

    The owners of a five-story office building at 1950 Roland Clarke Place are considering selling the property as mixed-use development is planned all around it. The Washington Business Journal reports that Reston-based intellectual property law firm Greenblum…

  • Thursday Morning Rundown

    Date Change For Lake Thoreau Pipe Work — A project to replace a sewer pipe at Lake Thoreau has been postponed to next week. [Reston Association] Office Vacancies Dragging Down Economy? — Taking a look…