Tuesday Morning Rundown

Lake Audubon

Crooked Lines On 66 —  Virginia Department of Transportation officials worked overnight to make corrections to crooked striping on I-66 from Centreville to Gainesville. Monday morning commuters ended up following the crooked lines, which could be fully seen from a helicopter photo. VDOT has apologized to motorists who may have driven through the “very unsafe and messed up lanes right around Centreville on 66.” [WTOP]

New Face For Hornets — Herndon High football is getting ready for the 2014 season, its first under new coach Jeremiah Davis, a former Penn State lineman and former head coach at West Potomac. [Fairfax Times]

Silver Line Has Effect On Bus Line — Ridership numbers for the Fairfax Connector bus system during the second and third weeks of Silver Line service are down when compared to the same weeks last year. [Washington Post]

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Morning Notes

A turkey vulture in flight in the West Ox Road area (staff photo by Angela Woolsey) Cell Phone Service Restored After Outage — Phone service has been restored after a…

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