Meal Deliveries By Skateboard, Vaccine Preparation: Patch PM

Emily Leayman
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Here are some of the share-worthy stories from Virginia and DC Patches to talk about tonight:

Virginia 'Ready' To Distribute Coronavirus Vaccine Once Available

With news that Pfizer and BioNTech's vaccine against the coronavirus achieved effectiveness in participants, state officials say they're prepared with plans to distribute a coronavirus vaccine once a safe, effective one is ready.

DC Wheels To Deliver Food To Veterans Via Skateboard

As part of a Veterans Day celebration, a group of volunteers have planned a unique and entertaining way to honor and create awareness of veterans and homeless veterans with music, food, and a skating demonstration.

Where Vets, Military Get Veterans Day 2020 Freebies In NoVA, DC

Wednesday marks Veterans Day, a federal holiday to honor those who have served in the military. Numerous companies will thank active duty military and veterans with free meals and other freebies and discounts on Wednesday, Nov. 11.

Loudoun To Name Interim Schools Chief As Nationwide Search Begins

The Loudoun County School Board plans to name an interim superintendent when outgoing county schools chief Eric Williams officially tenders his resignation, the school board said Tuesday in a letter to the school community.

Manassas Councilman Opts Against Seeking Recount In Close Race

Manassas City Councilman Ian Lovejoy does not plan to seek a recount after coming up 127 votes short of winning re-election.

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This article originally appeared on the Greater Alexandria Patch