Morning Notes

Mercury Fountain at Reston Town Center

Reston Company Purchased — Gathersburg-based BroadSoft Inc. has purchased Reston-based Intellinote as part of its ongoing quest to dominate the digital workplace productivity market. [Washington Business Journal]

Second Chance For Vets In Court — A look inside Fairfax County’s first Veterans Treatment Court program, where veterans accused of crimes can sometimes opt for serious therapy program. [Washington Post]

Art and Meditation — There is another chance to meditate at Greater Reston Arts Center on June 8. [Facebook]

Farewell After 40 Years — Helen Guest, teacher and director at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church Preschool in Herndon, is retiring after 40 years with the school. [Fairfax Times]

Sobriety Checkpoint — Fairfax County Police conducted a sobriety checkpoint in the Reston District over the holiday weekend. It resulted in 539 cars screened, two arrests for DWI, and four other traffic violations.

Recent Stories

If you’re a small business in Reston, you could receive up to $250 per new hire through the Return to Earn initiative.

McNair Elementary School students pick up lunch on their first day of school for the 2021-2022 academic year (via FCPS) Fairfax County Public Schools is revising a number of procedures…

As more and more drivers shift to sustainable vehicles, a design review board for the Reston Association is looking to formalize requirements for what electric vehicle charging stations must have…

Find some good insights in this week’s Reston Home Insider, including: “If you’re not getting showing requests in the first 24 to 48 hours, your home is likely mispriced.”

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