The weekend is almost here. Before you start a food scraps compost pile or head to bed for some much-needed sleep, let’s revisit recent news from the Tysons area that you might’ve missed.
These were the most-read stories on Tysons Reporter this week:
- UPDATED: Unknown device that shut down Route 123 in front of CIA HQ identified
- Tysons consultant tops Washington Post list of best workplaces
- The Italian Oven returns to McLean after 20 years
- Fairfax County reports most COVID-19 cases in one day since May, but overall transmission still low
- Future of former Container Store still up in the air, but some proposals are under review
Ideas for stories we should cover can be sent to [email protected] or submitted as an anonymous tip. Photos of scenes from around the community are welcome too, with credit always given to the photographer.
You can find previous rundowns of top stories on the site.
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