Monday Morning Notes

Flash flood watch in effect — Grab an umbrella if you’re heading out today. The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch from noon today to 4 a.m. tomorrow. [National Weather Service]

Seizing family heirlooms — “Several Fairfax County Police officers spent five hours at a Reston home, not carrying out drugs, guns, or dangerous materials. Instead, police carried out china, vases, and teapots.” [WJLA]

Artwork by inmates — Reston artist Kelli Schollard-Sincock runs a program that features the artwork of about 55 Fairfax County inmates at the Torpedo Factory in Alexandria. [The Washington Post]

PRC meetings continue — Tomorrow, schools and public facilities will be the focus of the third workgroup meeting between representatives from Reston Association, the Coalition for a Planned Reston and county officials. [Reston Now]

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