Wednesday Morning Rundown

Christmas at Reston Town Center

What Are We Looking For?  —  What do Paul Walker, Chef Geoffs, and Sequestration Have in Common?  Google says those are among the top searched by Washington-area residents in 2013. [Washingtonian]

Who Should Get In-State Tuition? — That’s the question in a lawsuit filed by children of six immigrants in Northern Virginia illegally They claim they should get in-state tuition at Virginia universities. [Washington Post]

Rec Center Exchange — Reston 2020, the development-watching arm of Reston Citizens Association, has some questions for Reston Community Center Executive Director Leila Gordon about where RCC’s proposed indoor pool and recreation center is heading.  Terry Maynard of 2020 and Gordon have exchanged some highly detailed emails examining and re-examining the details. [Reston 2020]

What’s on McElveen’s List?  — Hurricane days, out. Snow days, in. At-large FCPS school board member Ryan McElveen has a funny “Unofficial 2014 FCPS In and Out List.” [Ryan McElveen’s blog]

Recent Stories

Morning Notes

Fairfax County Flies Flags at Half Mast for Pentagon Officer — Fairfax County flags will fly at half-mast today (Wednesday) after a Pentagon police officer was killed in a shooting…

Plans to counter the ongoing degradation of Colvin Run at Lake Fairfax Park in Reston are in the works, but much like climate change and the development that have contributed…

The Fairfax County Police Civilian Review Panel, a citizen-led board intended to help with police accountability, is getting an executive director. The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors approved the change…

Reston’s latest Pet of the Week is Odie, who may be shy at first but will quickly warm up and become a purr machine.


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