Monday Morning Rundown

Chalk on the Water 2015/Credit: Ken Knueven

Surprise Attack — A woman says a man smashed her car window with an unknown object as she waited at the light Hunter Mill Road and Sunset Hills Road at 9:30 p.m. on Thursday. [NBC 4]

Help The World Police & Fire Games — The open water swim and triathlon portions of the World Police and Fire Games will be on Lake Audubon. Reston Association is seeking experienced paddlers to volunteer for the triathlon event to accompany lifeguards in canoes on the lake. Boats, paddles and floatation devices will be provided. If interested, please contact [email protected].

Baseball Kudos — South Lakes High School Second Baseman Matthew Wojciechowski was named second-team All-Met by The Washington Post. [Washington Post]

Big Deal For Bechtel — Reston-based Bechtel Corporation is leading a joint $1.5 billion contract delivering test operations and sustainment for an Air Force flight test facility. [Washington Business Journal]

Photo: Chalk on the Water 2015/Credit: Ken Knueven

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