Tuesday Morning Rundown

Reston Youth Triathlon 2016/Credit: Core Foundation

Big Yard Sale — Reston Association is holding its annual Community Yard Sale on Saturday, May 14. The sale is at 12000 Sunrise Valley Dr. from 8:30 a.m. to noon. Nearly 100 families will be selling a variety of items (household, kids’ toys and clothes and more). Rain date is May 15.

Towering Over Reston — Here’s a look at Reston’s proposed tallest building, which is planned for 1760 Reston Parkway. Developers are seeking a few tweaks, and will be before the Fairfax County Planning Commission later this month. [Washington Business Journal]

Recycling On The Rise — A recent report says the rate of recycling by Northern Virginia residents rose 10 percent from 2012 to 2014. [Northern Virginia Waste Management]

Riding Sober — SoberRide gave a record number of people rides home on Cinco de Mayo. [Inside Nova]

Photo: Reston Youth Triathlon May 8/Credit: Core Foundation

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