Here are some of the share-worthy stories from DC and northern Virginia Patches to talk about tonight:
About 100 people gathered on the Herndon Town Green Sunday night for a candlelight vigil honoring the memory of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the U.S. Supreme Court justice who died Friday at the age of 87.
(Capital News Service) A poll released last week by the Virginia Commonwealth University L. Douglas Wilder School of Government shows presidential candidate Joe Biden and U.S. Sen. Mark Warner leading by double-digit margins in the commonwealth. The Richmond-based university conducted a telephone poll of just over 800 adults from Aug. 28 to Sept. 7.
The renaming of Matthew Maury Elementary School in Alexandria will be considered by the school board alongside the process of renaming T.C. Williams High School. The school board voted Thursday to begin the process of considering the name change for Matthew Maury Elementary.
At its Tuesday legislative meeting, the D.C. City Council will be extending Mayor Muriel Bowser's heath emergency order until the end of the year. Council Chair Phil Mendelson made the announcement during a Monday morning press briefing.
Restaurants from Washington, D.C. dominated the list of winners at the 2020 RAMMY Awards, which recognize exceptional ability and accomplishments of restaurants and the foodservice community in the D.C. region. The awards are sponsored by the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW).
Bed, Bath & Beyond will close one northern Virginia store this fall. The location is among 63 locations nationwide the housewares chain said it would shutter by the end of this year.