Here are Reston Now’s top stories for this week

Reston Hospital (Staff Photo by Matt Blitz)

Amid a holiday weekend helping to commemorate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., here are the top stories on Reston Now this week.

  1. Police: Prisoner with life sentence confesses to 1987 Herndon murder
  2. Reston Hospital Center reverses course on vaccine mandate
  3. Reston Association details technological mishaps that led to $46K in extra costs
  4. Herndon teen John Gluck takes his star turn on NBC’s “Ordinary Joe”
  5. Town of Herndon continues discussion to double down on parking

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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.

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Morning Notes

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