Wednesday Morning Rundown

Reston Town Center

Expert Says Fairfax Police Shooting Justified — Former Fairfax County Police Officer Adam D. Torres goes on trial next week in the 2013 fatal shooting of John B. Geer, who was unarmed. A witness for the defense will say the shooting “objectively reasonable” and that “Geer’s own behavior…played a major role in Officer Torres’ use of force against him.” [Washington Post]

Fairfax Economic Indicators — Housing sales are up, but so is unemployment according to latest Fairfax County data. [Fairfax County]

Young At Art — There is still time to check out this Reston Community Center exhibit by some of Reston’s 55-and-older artists. [RCC]

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Monday, September 20 Technology Help (4-6 p.m.) — Volunteers at Reston Regional Library are available to answer questions about technology. Half-hour slots are open for reservations. Tuesday, September 21 (un)disclosed…


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