Tuesday Morning Rundown

Wiehle-Reston East Metro station

Getting Closer to Ending Homelessness Here — The Fairfax-Falls Church Community Partnership to Prevent and End Homelessness has reached its first-year goal under the 100,000 Homes Fairfax Campaign to house 50 of the individuals in the county identified as most vulnerable. The group also housed  98 more individuals identified as chronically homeless. [Fairfax County]

Kudos for Reston Hospital Center — Reston Hospital is a good place for new nursing moms. The International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners and International Lactation Consultant Association have recognized Reston Hospital Center for excellence in lactation care. [Reston Hospital Center]

School’s In, At Home — On April 7, students at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology will attend virtual classes. The school is holding what it calls a “telelearn day,” with students checking in and completing work online rather than in classrooms. TJ has done this before, and with April 7 a teacher workday that is now a snow day make-up this is a good chance to try it again, school officials said. [Fairfax Times

Virginia Moving Left? — A Quinnipiac Poll says that 50 percent of Virginia residents approve of gay marriage and 84 percent support medical marijuana. [Richmond Times Dispatch]

Recent Stories

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…

A planned renovation of Armstrong Elementary School in Reston will include a new main entrance vestibule (via FCPS) The renovation of Reston’s Armstrong Elementary School is expected to begin in…

Morning Notes

Kids explore the Red Caboose in Vienna (staff photo by Angela Woolsey) Vienna Featured Live on TV Right Now — “Lights. Camera. Action! Tune into the @fox5dc Zip Trip LIVE from…

The American Legion Bridge into Maryland (staff photo by Angela Woolsey) If you find trips on the Capital Beltway into Maryland nightmarish now, imagine what they would be like without…


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