An Aldrin Elementary School student received a surprise celebration in front of her classmates Thursday for her artwork.
Reston, Virginia-based Science Applications International Corp. has named chief financial officer Nazzic Keene as its new chief executive, succeeding retiring CEO Tony Moraco.
Woofies, a pet care service that offers a mobile pet salon, pet sitting and dog walking, plans to open one of its two upcoming franchise locations in Reston.
Hunter Mill District Supervisor Cathy Hudgins says there’s a clear need around Reston for new streetlights, and believes residents are currently dissuaded from taking pedestrian paths through Reston because the sidewalks are poorly lit.
Brookfield Properties, the developer behind the Wegmans-anchored Halley Rise mixed-used development in Reston, is partnering with a Boston-based self-driving car company to deploy driverless vehicles.
Police in Fairfax County say they’re investigating three deaths in Fairfax and Reston stemming from the recent stretch of cold temperatures.
A Reston, Virginia, man is facing several charges, including attempted capital murder, after the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office said he shot at two responding deputies last week.
Reston, Virginia-based Science Applications International Corp. has completed its $2.5 billion stock acquisition of Chantilly-based Engility Holdings, creating one of the largest government IT contractors.
Police in Fairfax County identified the victim of a hit-and-run crash on Saturday night as Daniel Cruz, a 10th-grader at South Lakes High School.
Police are asking for your help in identifying the vehicle and driver who struck and killed a teenage boy Saturday in Reston, Virginia.
The biometric technology firm said it’s making the move to the D.C. region to be closer to its U.S. government customers.
A prosecutor says the jury sentenced 50-year-old Jude Lovchik on Tuesday, a day after finding him guilty on all 17 counts in the 1995 Reston sexual assaults.
Brookfield Properties is courting prospective retailers including a bowling alley-type entertainment tenant to complement Wegmans at its 36-acre development in Reston.
Drivers in Tysons and Reston could soon have to pay for street parking as Fairfax County is set to study parking management plans that would trigger changes within the next two years.
The redevelopment is set to replace a vacant, two-story office building at 1941 Roland Clarke Place with a 308-unit residential complex just south of the Dulles Toll Road.
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