Here are Reston Now’s top stories for this week

Reston Hospital (Staff Photo by Matt Blitz)

Amid another weekend with COVID-19 abound, 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. Hunan East Restaurant in Fox Mill Shopping Center to close
  5. Herndon teen John Gluck takes his star turn on NBC’s “Ordinary Joe”

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Recent Stories

The Wedgewood Apartments and other properties owned by the Fairfax County Redevelopment and Housing Authority would be subject to the new relocation guidelines if redeveloped (via Google Maps) Fairfax County…

Inside the new Cornerstones food distribution hub in Sterling (courtesy Cornerstones) Cornerstones, a Reston-based nonprofit organization, has expanded into Sterling. The nonprofit organization — which has offered food and other…

Morning Notes

A bicyclist on the W&OD Trail in fog (photo by Amy Woolsey) Local Family Mourns Loved Ones Killed in Gaza — Hani Almadhoun and his family are “numb with grief”…

Makers Union in Reston Town Center will feature a special holiday bar (courtesy Thompson Hospitality) Makers Union, a restaurant and pub based in Reston Town Center, is welcoming the holidays…


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