Here are Reston Now’s top stories for 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-based smart water bottle to shut down
  2. UPDATED: Four businesses burglarized in Hunters Woods Village Center
  3. Boston Properties wants to replace garage parking with office space at Reston Gateway
  4. COVID-19 vaccinations pick up in Fairfax County amid steady case levels
  5. Updated: Fairfax County receives 3800 doses of J&J vaccine, more coming end of March

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Feel free to discuss these topics, your social distancing plans, or anything else that’s happening locally in the comments below.

Recent Stories

A change in Virginia law will allow police to once again pull over vehicles with excessively loud exhaust systems, starting tomorrow (Friday). At a Fairfax County Board of Supervisors meeting…

The Fairfax County Planning Commission has approved a redevelopment of the former Fannie Mae campus in Reston after nearly seven weeks of sorting through multiple issues with the proposed plan….

A slew of new laws are taking effect in Virginia tomorrow (July 1), including a ban on police ticket quotas, a requirement for licenses to deliver alcohol, and a new…

Riverbend Park in Great Falls debuted a new $1.3 million maintenance shop this week. The Fairfax County Park Authority and other stakeholders celebrated the opening of the facility with a…

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