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Friday Morning Notes

by Catherine Douglas Moran December 7, 2018 at 9:00 am 7 Comments

County remains among the richest — the U.S. Census Bureau estimates that Fairfax County ranks second as the richest county from 2013 to 2017, following Loudoun County. [U.S. Census Bureau]

It’s snow joke — With snow predictions looming, the Virginia Department of Transportation wants residents to stay safe by looking over its 2018-2019 “snow facts.” [VDOT]

Fine arts photography collection — The “La Lumiere DuBois VII” exhibit by Michael DuBois, who highlights his love of nature, opens today at the Reston Community Center Hunters Woods. The exhibit is open until  Jan. 6. [Reston Community Center]

“She Kills Monsters: Young Adventurers Edition” — Watch students from the Herndon High School perform a contemporary dramatic comedy tonight at 7 p.m. Parental guidance is recommended. [Herndon High School Theatre]

Photo by Susan Berger

  • Drip

    Apparently, just after WIllians Sonoma announcement, Potter Barn is the latest store to announce they are leaving RTC. It’s well known that Boston Property is difficult to work with, but neighborhood speculation honed in on the parking fee process in this instance.

    • corporate america

      its not about parking!
      its to do with the many expense reports that were rejected with line items pizza paddle and wood salad bowl. lets keep it real,

    • Why do you bother?

      What does this comment have to do with the article?

  • Amy Sue

    What??? Not pottery barn!!!! It’s the only store still left in the Town Center that I liked to visit.

  • SusanB

    Thanks so much for posting our photo above; maybe forgot the caption?

    The Beth Emeth Early Childhood Center welcomed friends from the Fairfax County Police Department to help light the Hanukkah menorah on Thursday, December 6. The children were especially excited to have the officers join in the festivities, held at Congregation Beth Emeth in Herndon. (If you’re wondering about all the green, the children are learning about the colors of the rainbow, with a different color candle — and preferred outfit color — each day.)

  • SupBrah

    Fairfax “country”?!? Great proofreading once again!

    • Reston Now

      Thanks for catching that.


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