Top Stories This Week


Before we head off into another weekend with COVID-19 abound, let’s take a look back at the biggest stories on Reston Now in recent days.

  1. Reston Town Center May Face Trial Over Woman’s Severe Fall
  2. Three of the Silver Line’s New Stations Could Close Months After Opening
  3. Fairfax County Moves to Next Set of Vaccine Appointments, Aims For Faster Pace
  4. UPDATED: Inova Disputes County Characterization of Vaccine Scheduling System
  5. New COVID-19 Cases Flatten Out as Fairfax County Prepares to Get Third Vaccine

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Recent Stories

The Fairfax County Police Civilian Review Panel, a citizen-led board intended to help with police accountability, is getting an executive director. The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors approved the change…

Reston’s latest Pet of the Week is Odie, who may be shy at first but will quickly warm up and become a purr machine.

A program that connects elderly people in Northern Virginia with volunteer drivers needs a new manager. NV Rides manager Jennifer Kanarek left her position in mid-July, Pozez Jewish Community Center…

Historic Coomber Hall, a family home, and several other structures at McMillen Farm in Herndon are set to be “deconstructed” within 30 days after Fairfax County granted a demolition permit…

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