Table of Contents
- 1 Stafford Deputy Recovers Engagement Ring Stolen In Internet Scam
- 2 State Helps Reston Company Expand Operation, Create Jobs
- 3 School Board To Review Agreement With Alexandria Police
- 4 Remembering Herndon History: Sears & Roebuck Homes in Herndon
- 5 Loudoun Requests Additional PPE Supplies As Donation Pace Slows
- 6 Also Worth a Look Today
- 7 Across America
Here are some of the share-worthy stories from Virginia and DC Patches to talk about tonight:
Stafford Deputy Recovers Engagement Ring Stolen In Internet Scam
A Stafford County woman who advertised a 1 carat diamond engagement ring on Facebook Marketplace fell victim to an Internet scam.
State Helps Reston Company Expand Operation, Create Jobs
Reston-based OmMade Peanut Butter will invest $300,000 to establish a gourmet peanut butter manufacturing center in Fairfax County, according to a release from Gov. Ralph Northam’s office.
School Board To Review Agreement With Alexandria Police
On Thursday, the Alexandria School Board will hold a virtual public hearing on the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Alexandria Police Department. Activists plan to speak and demand school resource officers be removed from schools. The public hearing will occur at 4 p.m.
Remembering Herndon History: Sears & Roebuck Homes in Herndon
The Heritage Preservation District (sometimes referred to as the Historic District) is a geographic area in the town of Herndon that was created in the 1980s for the purpose of protecting its remaining historic structures, some of which had been previously lost to demolition in earlier years. However, the maxim “not everything old is historic” was widely accepted.
Loudoun Requests Additional PPE Supplies As Donation Pace Slows
Loudoun County officials are encouraging residents and businesses to continue making donations of personal protective equipment to support the county’s response to the coronavirus crisis.
Also Worth a Look Today
This article originally appeared on the Tysons Corner Patch