Wednesday Morning Rundown

by Karen Goff January 15, 2014 at 8:01 am 2 Comments

Shoppers at Reston Town Center

School System Employee Accused of Stealing 1,200 Laptops — Fairfax County Police charged  a 60-year-old Alexandria man employed by Fairfax County Public Schools with embezzlement after he allegedly stole more than 1,000 laptops from the school warehouse and tried to resell them online. [Fairfax County Police]

Speak Up on Parks Fees — The annual public comment period for for proposed fee increases by the Fairfax County Park Authority is now open. Check out the proposed hikes and give your feedback via mail, email or at meeting Jan. 29 at 7 p.m. at the Herrity Building, 12055 Government Center Pkwy in Fairfax. [Fairfax County]

A ‘Bear-y’ Good Gift — Check out what outgoing Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell left in his private bathroom as a gift for new Gov. Terry McAullife. [Washingtonian]

‘Reston Today’ Looks Ahead — What’s coming up in January and February in Reston? Reston Association’s monthly video previews some of the neighborhood highlights. [YouTube]

  • Margaret P

    Why are any laptops for FCPS sitting in a warehouse to begin with? The PTAs for schools are purchasing laptops because they are told there aren’t enough and here they were sitting in a warehouse. I’m sad the thefts occurred, but I hope they happened over the summer. Otherwise, those laptops need to be dispersed through the county schools to be used by the kids and teachers.

  • John Smith

    What ever happened to honesty and integrity?


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