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Kudos, in Latin — Eight Herndon High Latin students traveled to the National Junior Classical League Convention in San Antonio and came away with the school’s first National Certamen Title in five years. Junior Kyle Nielsen placed first in novice Certamen, and was a top-10 finisher in the Roman history test and the Latin derivatives test.

Back to School Nights — Wondering when your schools’ are holding info nights? Here’s all the Reston/Herndon area events in one list. [FCPS]

Chain In, Chain Out — Restonian finally comes to terms with the loss of the Macaroni Grill. [Restonian]

Silver Line Woes — An alleged bomb threat led to major Silver Line delays on Tuesday. [Washington Post]

Startup Spotlight — A Visit to quirky Reston firm Zoomdata. [DCInno]

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Morning Notes

Herndon Prepares for Metro — Town officials reflect on how they’re preparing for Metro’s arrival. The town has 38 acres of developable land north of the new Metro station. [Washington…

Although Election Day is still more than six weeks away, Fairfax County residents can start casting their ballots when early voting begins tomorrow (Friday). The county will have three sites…

After a couple of relatively dry weeks, the weather in Fairfax County is about to take a turn for the rainy today (Thursday). The National Weather Service issued a Flash…

  A residential development project that’s stalled for years and would run along Hidden Creek Golf Course is moving forward. Project leaders with Golf Course Overlook LLC and Golf Course…

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