Scouts' Food Drive Efforts, Funding For Food Banks: Patch PM

Emily Leayman

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Scouting For Food Aims To Help Restock Local Food Pantries

If nothing else, the coronavirus pandemic has raised awareness of the problem of food insecurity throughout the Washington, D.C. region. As such, many people have stepped up and donated time and money to feed families who are facing economic hardships caused by the pandemic.

NoVA Photographer Raises Transportation Money To Rescue Dogs

A Northern Virginia-based photographer raised $1,500 to transport dogs who would have been euthanized at shelters outside the region to Northern Virginia where they could find homes.

Black Restaurant Week Highlights DMV's Delicious Side

DMV Black Restaurant Week kicked off Sunday and will be held through Nov. 15, showcasing specials at Black-owned food and beverage establishments in the DMV, including one in Reston.

State Trooper Vehicle Hit In I-66 Crash Near Sycamore Street Exit

A driver is sought by Virginia State Police for hitting a state trooper's vehicle in a work zone on Interstate 66 late Friday.

Purcellville Plans Virtual, In-Person Events For Holiday Season

The town of Purcellville is preparing for the holiday season, with a parade, tree lighting and much more on the schedule. However, several changes have been made to the town's traditional Christmas festivities to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus.

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This article originally appeared on the Tysons Corner Patch