Wednesday Morning Rundown

Medical helicopter at Reston Hospital

New Digs For Coldwell Banker — Reston’s Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage has moved from 1801 Old Reston Ave. to new space inside Reston Town Center at 11911 Freedom Drive, Suite 520. [Coldwell Banker]

Free Food — Carrabba’s Italian Grill, which has a location in Reston, is giving away one million free dishes to introduce people to its new menu. The first one million people to sign up online receive a free appetizer, small plate or entree. [Carrabba’s]

Teachers Earn Help — Teachers from Lake Anne Elementary and Herndon High School were among the recipients of Apple IMPACT Grants for Schools and Teachers by Apple Federal Credit Union (AFCU). School level grants provide $5,000 to each winning school, and teacher level grants provide up to $2,000 to winning teachers and teams of teachers. [FCPS]

Metro Plans Lacking Bike Space — A biking advocacy group is not pleased with little planning for bicycle parking and storage at the future Reston Town Center Metro station. [Fairfax Advocates for Better Bicycling]

Photo: Medical helicopter at Reston Hospital Center

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