Thursday Morning Notes


McAuliffe Praises Reston Business — Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe said Reston-based company Thompson Hospitality is a “great company” in a business spotlight video released yesterday. [Youtube]

Hunters to Begin Culling Local Deer Population Next Week — Fairfax County’s annual archery program to control deer population in county parks is slated to return Sept. 10. The program will run until Feb. 25 of next year. [Fairfax County Police Department]

‘Foamhenge’ Coming to Fairfax County — Ready for a road trip? The owners of a life-sized foam replica of Stonehenge have plans to move the attraction to Cox Farms in Centreville. [DCist; Washingtonian]

Recent Stories

Fairfax County Public Schools and six other school divisions, most of them in Northern Virginia, have sued to stop Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s order that makes face masks optional in schools….

Morning Notes

Driver Charged in Crash that Killed Reston Woman — Police have charged a Manassas man with driving under the influence and involuntary manslaughter in connection with a car crash that…

Amid a holiday weekend helping to commemorate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., here are the top stories on Reston Now this week. Police: Prisoner with life sentence confesses…

A Chinese restaurant that’s been at a Reston-area shopping plaza for 17 years is closing next month. Hunan East Restaurant told Reston Now that the permanent shuttering is due to…


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