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1 Technical Issues Bog Down Vaccine Rollout as Officials Urge Patience
2 Discussion About Reston Historic Survey Set for January
3 Fairfax County to Launch New Vaccine Registration Form After Overwhelming Demand Jams System
4 Fairfax moving forward with removal of Confederate iconography
5 Fairfax Health Director To Answer COVID-19, Vaccine Questions
6 Fairfax County to Begin Registering Vaccines After Northam Expands Eligibility to People Age 65 and Up
7 Reston Association to Refine Stance on Fairfax County's Zoning Modernization Overhaul
8 As Vaccine Pool Expands, County Registration Line Hit By Overwhelming Demand
9 Tuesday Morning Notes
10 Sun Gazette editorial: Orwell again ahead of his time
11 Weekly Planner: Wolf Trap Job Fair, General Assembly Preview, and Civic Duty
12 Arlington's voting authority on WMATA board now a fading memory
13 Local Officials React to Chaos at U.S. Capitol in D.C.
14 Supervisor Alcorn Looks Toward 2021, Reflects on 2020
15 Year In Review: Top Reston Stories In 2020 | Reston, VA Patch
16 Reston's MLK Birthday Celebration Still On Despite COVID-19 Restrictions
17 Reston Task Force Discusses How to Incorporate Open Space, Public Art in Reston
18 A new debate over growth is kicking off in Reston. Fairfax County Supervisor Walter Alcorn hopes it can heal some old wounds.
19 Updated: Alcorn: Hidden Creek Redevelopment Not Happening | Reston
20 Fairfax County Officials Worried About Childcare Ahead of Schools Reopening
21 Hunter Mill District Supervisor Election: Meet Walter Alcorn
22 Wheelock Cites Disagreement with Alcorn's Stance on Hidden Creek Redevelopment
23 Task Force Led by Alcorn Kicks Off Review of Reston Comprehensive Plan
24 Alcorn: Planned Hidden Creek Country Club Redevelopment Will Not Happen
25 Dear Sophie: What's the new minimum salary required for H-1B visa applicants?
26 Ten Reston Locations "Potentially Eligible" for the National Register of Historic Places
27 Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Approves New Residential Development
28 Alcorn Urges Residents to Help Nonprofits' Coronavirus Efforts
29 Palchik, Alcorn to Examine Confederate Names in Public Places
30 Alcorn to Kick Off First Town Hall Next Week
31 Alcorn to Host Virtual Town Hall With Fairfax County Police Chief
32 Reston Comprehensive Plan Task Force to Convene in May
33 Hunter Mill District Supervisor Weighs in on Fairfax County's Budgets
34 Hunter Mill District Supervisor to Host Virtual Town Hall on Budget
35 Fairfax County Explores Changing When Police Respond to Nonviolent Incidents
36 Thursday Morning Notes
37 Opinion: Commentary: The Hunter Mill District: Celebrating Diversity
38 Can this man return Reston Town Center to its former glory?
39 Reston's Hidden Creek Golf Course likely won't be redeveloped
40 'Matter Closed' on Reston Golf Course Designation
41 Dear Sophie: Banging my head against the wall understanding the US immigration system
42 Alcorn Emphasizes Experience, Endorsements in Race for Hunter Mill Supervisor
43 Alcorn: County Budget for FY 2021 Hangs in Limbo Due to COVID-19
44 Reston Community Claps Back Against Hate Incident With Chalk Art
45 Board of Supervisors Honors Former Vienna Mayor for Public Service
46 Alcorn Denies Boston Properties' Pitch for Parking Drop Near RTC Metro Station
47 Supervisor Alcorn Holds Virtual Budget Town Hall
48 Fairfax County Officials Reflect on Post COVID-19 Recovery for Vulnerable Populations
49 Reports: Bear Spotted in Reston
50 Former Planning Commissioner Joins Democrats Vying for Hunter Mill District Supervisor's Seat
51 FCDOT: After Multitude of Issues, Silver Line Phase Two Almost Done
52 Fairfax County NAACP Town Hall Tackles Proposed Policing Changes
53 Early Voting Surge in Reston Continues as Election Day Nears
54 Monday Morning Notes
55 Reston Association to Receive Update on Comprehensive Plan Study
56 Fairfax officials found themselves adjusting to bevy of new election laws
57 Fairfax County Board OKs State Grant for Mass Vaccination Program
58 Former planning commissioner joins crowded Hunter Mill District supervisor race
59 County initiates Reston comprehensive plan amendment process | Articles
60 Revised Fairfax County Budget Reflects Pandemic Realities
61 Multiple Swastikas Painted on Sidewalks, Buildings at Reston Shopping Center
62 As Ballots Pour In, Fairfax County Boasts High Turnout
63 UPDATED: In Democratic Primary, Former Fairfax County Planning Commissioner Wins Hunter Mill District Seat
64 Fairfax County Police Department Raises Donations for Children of Victims
65 Herndon Neighborhood Hosts 90th Birthday Celebration for Resident
66 Social justice, Deion Sanders changing recruiting game for HBCU football teams
67 County Board Requests Bond Extension for Reston Regional Library Redevelopment
68 Olympic showjumper crowned international equestrian of the year
69 Fairfax County seeks alternatives to dispatching police officers to non-violent incidents
70 Fairfax County begins process of finding new names for Lee Highway, other sites that honor Confederate leaders
71 Fairfax County Board OKs Funding for Traffic Light at Fox Mill Road
72 Wednesday Morning Notes
73 Fairfax County Board Defers Decision on Parking Drop at Reston Gateway Project
74 Fairfax Peak, the proposed indoor 'snow sports facility,' faces pushback over environmental concerns
75 Op-Ed: On Reston National Golfcourse
76 Our endorsements for Fairfax supervisor: Rodney Lusk, James Walkinshaw, Edythe Kelleher, and Walter Alcorn
77 Herndon, Reston Viewpoints: What Are You Grateful For on Thanksgiving 2020?
78 Safety Concerns Dominate Hunters Woods Town Hall
79 County hopes to improve pedestrian safety with ActiveFairfax plan
80 FCS Spring 2021: The Best Returning QB In Each Conference
81 Meet the Members of Fairfax County's Board of Supervisors
82 Fairfax County Nominates Tysons Partnership for Economic Funds
83 Fairfax County Transportation Department Gets Green Light to Develop Curbside Parking Plan
84 Five Dems Vie for Hunter Mill Supervisor Seat
85 Kicking Off National Nurses Week and Hospital Week 2020 in Reston
86 How big and how fast should Reston grow? Leaders will soon debate this question.
87 Quest to Find Safest Wiehle Avenue Pedestrian Crossing Near Campus Commons Begins
88 Fairfax Supervisors Appoint 3 Reston Residents To RCC Board
89 FCPD Seeks Federal Grant for More Riot Gear
90 In Landslide Victory, Meren Win Hunter Mill District School Board Seat
91 County Moves Forward With zMOD Amid Citizen Concerns
92 UPDATE: 'Demonstration of Solidarity' Planned in Reston for George Floyd
93 Fairfax supervisors want more time for public to mull I-495 project
94 Fairfax County Looking to Speed Up Body-Worn Cameras for Police
95 Nominees for Hunter Mill and Lee District Supervisor Pitch Plan to Promote Emerging Technology
96 As Reston Grows, Affordable Housing Challenge Grows Along With It
97 Metro to Run More Buses, Trains Through COVID-19 Recovery Plan
98 OmMade Peanut Butter to Expand in Reston with State and County Funding
99 Wheelock Continues Courting Ideas for Redevelopment of Hidden Creek Country Club
100 Local Health Officials Prepare for Spike in COVID-19 Cases, Push for More Contact Tracing