Monday Morning Rundown

Chesapeake Dock Dogs at Lake Anne/Credit: Don Renner

South Lakes’ Streak Ends — South Lakes High School football’s four-game win streak came to an end Friday in a 38-6 loss at Madison. Herndon, meanwhile lost its fourth straight, 38-20, at Centreville. Both SLHS and HHS have homecoming games this week. [Washington Post]

Town Center’s 25th — Some of Reston Town Center’s principal past and current developers reflect on its role in Reston’s community and in planning history. [Fairfax Times]

Vengeance in Vegas — CBS’ “48 Hours” did a show about South Lakes HG graduate Shauna Castleton Tiaffay, who was murdered in 2012 in Las Vegas. Her estranged husband was recently convicted for his part in her death. [CBS]

Reflecting on Reston — Former Reston Association CEO Milton Matthews and architecture professor Roger Lewis were on “The Kojo Nnamdi” show on WAMU last week discussing Reston, planned communities and Reston founder Robert E. Simon’s legacy. [WAMU]

Photo: Chesapeake Dock Dogs at Lake Anne/Credit: Don Renner

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