Wednesday Morning Rundown

Bloodroot plants in Reston garden/Courtesy of Ken Plum

Casino Night For A Cause — The Reston Community Orchestra is hosting its Casino Night fundraiser Saturday at 7 p.m. at Reston Community Center Hunters Woods. Admission starts at $65 and includes food, a starter chip stack and entry for raffle prizes. [Reston Community Orchestra]

Big Acquisition for Maximus — Reston-based Maximus Inc. has completed its acquisition of Falls Church-based technology contractor. Maximus acquired the company for $300 million. [Washington Business Journal]

Ready For Ruling — Attorneys for citizens advocacy group Rescue Reston has submitted more than a dozen documents and pieces of evidence for the Fairfax County Board of Zoning Appeals to take into consideration in advance of its April 15 ruling on Reston National Golf Course. [Rescue Reston]

Storm Still Having Impact in Fairfax County — County 911 operators will get new standards nearly three years after the Derecho that swept through Reston. [WTOP]

Photo: Bloodroot plants in Reston garden/Courtesy of Ken Plum

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