Here are Reston Now’s top stories for this week

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

  1. Fairfax County opens COVID-19 vaccine appointments to all “Phase 1b” groups
  2. COVID-19 cases tick up in Fairfax County as Virginia prepares to ease restrictions
  3. Updated: Task force reviewing previous plans that say Reston’s population will double
  4. Nearly a year after walking out of Reston Hospital, Michael Delaney remains missing
  5. County Board approves Herndon Sheetz despite refusing LEED certification

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

Recent Stories

Pedro Benedito Chimo Mandriz (Courtesy) When Pedro Benedito Chimo Mandriz’s family returned to their home country of Angola, he stayed in the U.S. to pursue his dream of running his…

Although the pandemic wreaked havoc on supply chains and labor demands, the state’s massive improvement project along the Route 7 Corridor remains on track. The $313.9 million project will improve…

Morning Notes

Library Testing Kits Put On Hold — County libraries will no longer provide COVID-19 rapid tests for distribution. The program, which is managed by the Virginia Department of Health, is…

Traffic safety advocates from across the D.C. area have banded together to urge local officials to make improvements that they believe could help prevent the next death of a pedestrian…

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