Tuesday Morning Rundown


Herndon Track and Field Kudos — Herndon High’s Jessica Keys won the VHSL State Championship in Pole Vault and teammate LeClare Beres placed second.

Beware Phishing Scam — Attorney General Mark R. Herring said Virginia residents should be on the lookout for a major, ongoing “phishing” scam involving emails, phone calls, and social media messages purporting to be from the Attorney General and his office. The emails claim to be a “Final Legal Notification” from Attorney General Herring or his staff regarding debt owed to “Cash Advance, Inc.” [Virginia Attorney General’s office]

Garza Listens To Parents Again — Fairfax County Public Schools Superintendent Karen Garza heard from parents about class size, the upcoming budget and other concerns at the last stop on her listening tour. [Fairfax Times]

FCPD Still Investigating In-Custody Death — Fairfax County Police Chief Ed Roessler says the investigation into the death of Natasha McKenna, who died in custody after being tasered by county sheriffs, is ongoing. [FCPD]

Recent Stories

An illustration of a coronavirus (via CDC/Unsplash) Fairfax County’s COVID-19 case levels haven’t entirely come down from the late-summer Delta variant surge, but they appear to be headed in that…

Monday, Oct. 25 “The Blackest Battle” (7:30 p.m.) — A production at the CenterStage blurs the lines between cinema and live performance, showing a story of racial violence in a…

(Updated at 12:55 p.m.) A nonprofit helping people with disabilities is moving closer toward maintaining, renovating and upgrading a farmhouse built in 1891 at Frying Pan Farm Park. The organization,…

Morning Notes

LuminoCity Festival Comes to Roer’s Zoofari — The annual LuminoCity Festival has selected the local zoo for this year’s annual exhibit. The light exhibit is inspired by different cultures. This…


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