Tuesday Morning Rundown

Lake Anne blooms

Party for Nonprofit — The Kendra Scott store at Reston Town Center will show off its summer collection at a preview party Wednesday from 6 to 9 p.m. A portion of sales will benefit the Smashing Walnuts Foundation, which advocates for finding a cure for children’s brain cancer.

Alternative Transportation — Area bicycling advocate Finn Quinn gives an overview of Reston’s biking and walking history and evolution. [Livemore.us]

Park Perks Under Scrutiny — Fairfax County Supervisors say they are no longer using free Fairfax County Park Authority passes to avoid an ethics conflict, but that doesn’t mean some 100 other VIPS don’t have them. [Washington Post]

No-Hitter for Herndon Pitcher — Herndon High Pitcher Antonio Menendez threw a no-hitter against South Lakes High School. [Connection]

Recent Stories

Volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocates get sworn in by the Fairfax County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court (courtesy Fairfax CASA) Fairfax County’s child welfare system has seen abuse and…

More than 150 women are set to take part in the women-only event (courtesy Jen Dryzga) Another race is in the mix of Reston’s racing options: the Women’s Training Festival…

Morning Notes

An LGBTQ Pride flag flutters near Kendra Scott at the Mosaic District (staff photo by Angela Woolsey) Reported Boom Came From Military Planes — “Fighter jets caused a sonic boom…

A girl holds a book at last year’s reopening of the Lorton Library, one of two hosts of the inaugural Children’s Summer Reading Festival (courtesy Fairfax County Public Library) Fairfax…


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