Wednesday Morning Rundown

Reston Town Center at night/Credit:  Vico Melo via Reston Town Center

What’s Up With…. — The wooden crosses as you approach Dulles International Airport? Religious statement or development guidepost? [Washington Post]

Being Prepared — Several volunteer groups helped the Fairfax County Emergency Management Office prepare emergency readiness kits for fourth graders. [Fairfax County]

It’s Bike to School Day! — All Reston Elementary Schools will have organized bike to school events on Wednesday, May 7, which is National Bike to School Day. So watch for wheels and kids this morning. [Reston Now]

Shred It — The Fairfax County Police Crimesolvers will host a shredding event/fundraiser Saturday at Dominion Virginia Power, 3072 Centreville Rd. in Herndon. Stop by and shred your personal papers securely for a suggested tax-deductible donation of $5 per bag/box.  [Fairfax County Police]

Possible Measles Exposure — The Fairfax County Department of Health says some Loudoun and Fairfax residents may have been exposed to the disease last week. [Virginia Department of Health]

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