Monday Morning Rundown

Lake Thoreau

Very Good Deed — An anonymous 21-year-old from Reston donated a kidney to a stranger. [WSET TV]

Metro Woes — A long view of Metro’s issues this year and how a change in leadership may fix them. [Washington Post]

Sheriff’s Race — Incumbent Stacey Kincaid will face some competition from former Fairfax City law enforcement officer Bryan Wolfe in November’s election. [Fairfax Times]

SLHS Football Gears Up — Second-year coach Trey Taylor is hoping to see improvement from last year’s 2-8 team. [Reston Connection]

Recent Stories

A task force of nearly 30 people has recommended renaming two highways in Fairfax County, following concerns that their invocation of the Confederacy runs counter to the county’s goal of…

(Updated. at 9:50 a.m.) The St. James has signed a lease at One Freedom Plaza for a 25,000-square-foot facility at 11951 Freedom Drive. The company, the region’s largest athletic facility,…

An overturned car has prompted the closure of both sides of Herndon Parkway between Spring Street and the Herndon Police Department. Local police encourage residents to avoid the area and…

Morning Notes

Commercial Buildings Win Awards — Projects in Fairfax County received 10 honors at the NAIOP Northern Virginia awards earlier this month. College Board in Reston received the award of excellence…


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