Thursday Morning Rundown

Lottery Prize Still Unclaimed — The Virginia lottery says a $1 million jackpot winner from January has not come forward, and if they do not by June 30 the prize will expire. The ticket was sold in Woodbridge. [WTOP]

Lights explanation — Noticed that the timing of traffic lights at Lawyers Road and Reston Parkway has changed? Here’s why. [Washington Post]

Bounce House Safety — After two boys in New York were injured when their inflatable bounce house flew 20 feet in the air, Fairfax County wants residents to brush up on safety tips for those party favorites. [YouTube]

Reston Association Still Needs Covenants Volunteers — RA has extended the deadline for applications for two three-year terms on its covenants committee. [Reston Association]

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Morning Notes

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