Thursday Morning Notes

Morning Notes Oct/Nov

Reston Police Officers Get Giant Thank-You From Locals — Fairfax County police officers at the Reston District Station received a giant thank-you card signed by 12 local residents on Tuesday. The officers posted a video of themselves showing off the card, thanking the residents for the show of support. [YouTube/Fairfax County Police]

Metro Board Chairman Urges Federal Takeover — Jack Evans urged federal officials to consider taking over the struggling Metro system Wednesday, saying that only a powerful body like the U.S. government could truly solve all the system’s problems. [Washington Post]

How to Donate Old Work Suits to Help Job Seekers — Davelle Clothiers at Reston Town Center is accepting donations of old suits and other men’s work clothes to benefit Goodwill’s job training programs during shop’s 20th Annual Trade-In Event, which runs until Sunday. [Davelle Clothiers]

Celebrities Take to the Red Carpet in Reston – The BowTie Cinemas in Reston was the site of the 2016 Washington West Film Festival last week, drawing Robert Duvall, Ed Asner and Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward, among others. [Reston Patch]


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