“Now more than ever the role of collaboration and increased connection to one another is essential. We’re adjusting as we work: as a collective. Together is how we’ll make it through.”
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam said at a Monday press conference that it is possible he could delay the reopening for Northern Virginia cities and counties beyond his suggested statewide reopening date of Friday, May 15.
Falls Church police confirmed that Lamar Dontae McCarthy, a 23-year-old from Stafford, was also involved in two previous cases in the City of Falls Church, such as the May 4 incident previously reported in the News-Press where the suspect was described as wearing a red hoodie.
Jeff McKay, chair of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, issued a statement Sunday regarding Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s planned Phase One reopening of businesses in the state on May 15.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam signed Executive Order 61 Saturday and presented a detailed framework for the first phase of the “Forward Virginia” plan to safely and gradually ease public health restrictions while containing the spread of Covid-19.
Falls Church Police are seeking information after receiving a report of a man following a woman in a suspicious manner on the W&OD trail this past Monday. Police say the man followed the woman on the trail and then continued to follow her into a neighborhood.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam said he’ll be in contact with regional leaders this weekend to determine whether or not to extend the existing lockdown conditions in Northern Virginia.
Mason District Supervisor Penny Gross announced that the Fairfax County Park Authority (FCPA) is preparing for a gradual re-opening of some Farmers Markets, beginning May 9.
Over 1,700 shirts have been sold so far with more than $30,000 being raised in support of local community help groups.
Falls Church City Public Schools superintendent Peter Noonan said the system is in the process of transition planning to what may follow as the crisis hopefully begins to mitigate over the summer, and that it is proceeding with newly-announced innovative plans for the graduation of the Class of 2020 at George Mason High School.