Thursday Morning Notes

by Fatimah Waseem May 24, 2018 at 9:00 am 6 Comments

A peek inside Reston’s trauma center — Take a look at how experts and employees at Reston Hospital Center’s trauma center work together to help seriously injured patients. [WUSA 9]

The DMV on wheels — The DMV2GO wireless office will be at the main pavilion in Reston Town Center today from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to offer services ranging from driver’s license renewals to license plate applications. [Reston Town Center]

‘Trends in TV Viewing’ presentation tonight — “Allan Hide from Fairfax County’s Department of Consumer and Cable Services will cover “enabling devices” (including Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire Stick, Blu-ray players, and game consoles) required to access streaming and online TV services. He will also share tips on ways to lower your cable bills.” [Reston Regional Library]

Stateside: Police investigate death of inmate — “Police say they are investigating the death of a 68-year-old inmate in Virginia. The Washington Post reports the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center inmate was found unconscious in his cell Wednesday morning. Police say preliminarily, there are no signs of foul play.” [WTOP]

Flickr pool photo by vantagehill

  • tattler

    Does the photo for this article relate to the trauma center, DMV on wheels, trends in TV viewing or the police investigation?

    • Reston Now

      Morning notes photos rarely relate to items in the notes.

      • Greg


        Is that hard/costly/inconvenient for Reston Now to take a peek inside, let’s say, our trauma center, and get a photo?

    • 30yearsinreston

      FDOT working hard constructing woonfers

      • Mike M

        In the last 3 months you’ve overallocated your share of woonerf jokes.

  • Greg

    It’s disgusting to know that our tax dollars are paying, overpaying most likely, for county staff to study and present on trends in TV viewing. In the library that throws out hundreds of thousands of perfectly good unused books.

    Remember that, peeps, when hudgins and bulova winge that there is nothing, absolutely nothing, that we can cut from the county budget.



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