Wednesday Morning Notes

Herndon Residents to Organize Peaceful Driving Protest — Local residents are organizing a driving protest on a designated route through parts of Herndon tomorrow (Thursday). Herndon Police Department offers will be on hand during the event. [Facebook]

Phase Two in Northern Virginia Delayed — “Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) announced on Tuesday that most of the commonwealth will move into the second phase of the state’s reopening plan due to the impact of COVID-19 on Friday. Similar to the first phase, however, Richmond and northern Virginia, including Loudoun County, are being delayed.” [Loudoun-Times Mirror]

Local Artist Creates Chalk Art in Reston Town Center — Artist Ben Morse created chalk art of the state’s bird and flower in Reston Town Center at the request of the Reston Town Center Association. [The Connection]

More COVID-19 Testing Options Available — More than 20 sites across the Fairfax Health District are offering testing for uninsured and insured residents. Local health officials urge anyone with symptoms or with close contact with someone who is sick to be tested. [Fairfax County Government]

Reston Association Publishes Activity Guide — This month’s guide features a mask-wearing man running with his dog. The cover story discusses ways to stay safe while enjoying Reston’s trails. [Reston Association]

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