Tuesday Morning Rundown

ChalkFest 2015/Credit: Chip McRea

Local National Merit Semifinalists — Four from Herndon High School and two from South Lakes High School are among Fairfax County’s National Merit Semifinalists. [FCPS]

66 Goes High Tech — New sensor, camera and computer system goes into effect on Wednesday to help manage traffic inside and outside the Beltway. [Washington Post]

Fairfax Times Has New Website — Weekly paper’s site was offline for a few weeks to undergo a makeover. [Fairfax Times]

ChalkFest’s Best — Check out the winning murals from the weekend’s ChalkFest at Reston Town Center. [Facebook]

ChalkFest 2015 photo by Chip McRea

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