Friday Morning Rundown

by Karen Goff October 2, 2015 at 8:00 am 3 Comments

Lake Anne Plaza

Prieto Executed Thursday — Alfredo Prieto, convicted in 2010 for a 1988 rape and double murder near Reston, died by lethal injection at Virginia’s Greenville Corrections Center. There was a last-minute restraining order to investigate the drugs used in the execution, but it was lifted by a judge Thursday evening. Prieto was also on death row in California and accused of as many as 10 murders. [Washington Post]

One Woman Show — Herndon’s NextStop Theatre is presenting No Spring Chicken, a one-woman show about being pregnant at 40. The production, written and performed by Ginna Hoben, is art of the Women’s Voices Theater Festival. [Washington Post]

Big Kids Sale — United Christian Parish Preschool, 11508 North Shore Drive, will be holding its annual Children’s Yard Sale, Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. to help fund the school’s scholarship fund. Lots of toys, clothes and other kid items.

Beware of Paving Scam — Fairfax County Police warning residents to beware of hiring two companies for paving work. [Fairfax County]

Light The Night Still On For Saturday — Officials from theLeukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light The Night walk Saturday at Reston Town Center says the walk is on, rain or shine. Participants have already raised close to $545,000. [Light The Night]

Reston Regional Is 30 — Reston Regional Library is celebrating its 30th anniversary Saturday with a family friendly celebration, including music, a balloon artist and face painting. [Reston Now]

  • meh

    The pavees must be heading south for the winter, they spend their summer scamming folks in the north east.

  • Chuck Morningwood

    Rest in peace, Alfredo Prieto.

  • Ming the Merciless

    Fie on that concern about the drugs used to execute Prieto. If they caused him any suffering, that would do no great harm in view of the suffering he caused his victims.


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