The weekend is almost here. Before you get into an argument about mask etiquette 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:
- COVID-19 cases return to May levels in Fairfax County
- Lily’s cafe introduces Vienna to Iraqi treat with a chocolate twist
- Virginia hits gas pedal on plans to fund infrastructure with mileage-based fees
- Fairfax County Public Schools will launch esports program this year
- Fairfax County could award nearly $25 million in PIVOT grants, won’t have lottery
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.
Fairfax County Public Schools bus on the road (file photo) The Fairfax County School Board is moving ahead with its plan to change middle school start times. According to Fairfax…
Casino chips (photo via Chris Liverani on Unsplash) A McLean resident has pleaded guilty to spending federal COVID-19 relief funds intended for his home business on personal expenses, including gambling…
The Indian restaurant Dhoom has opened in Tysons Corner Center (staff photo by Angela Woolsey) A local family with decades of culinary experience unveiled a new restaurant last week that…
The Fairfax County Park Authority wants to know how community members are using its park facilities. The park authority has launched an equity survey, open through Monday, April 1, as…