VIRGINIA — Lots of good things happened recently and Patch compiled them, including a man who won the lottery 20 times in one night, several governments recognize the Juneteenth holiday, drive-in movies make a comeback in NoVA, and a GoFundMe site has been set up to help an embattled restaurant. Other good news headlines include students who organized protests against racial injustice, a drive-thru Father's Day parade, a farmers' market reopens with precautions, a woman take food and supplies to residents stuck at home, and more stories from Virginia and DC Patch sites this week.
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Here are this week's good news headlines:
- Falls Church Man Wins Lottery 20 Times
- Fairfax County Recognizes Juneteenth Holiday On Friday
- Leesburg Singer To Appear On Season Finale of NBC's 'Songland'
- Chantilly High Student Organizes Protest Against Racial Injustice
- Local Hero: Herndon Woman Helps Feed Those Stuck At Home
- South County High Alumni Lead March Against Racial Injustice
- Retired Stafford Man Wins $100,000 In Virginia Lottery
- State Farm Agents Help Bring WiFi To Fredericksburg Neighborhood
- Birmingham Green Hosts Drive-Thru Father's Day Parade In Manassas
- Workhouse Arts Center Drive-In Movies Attract Large Numbers
- 51-Year McLean Business Makes Plea Amid Coronavirus Impact
- Manassas Recognizes Juneteenth As City Holiday On Friday
- Loudoun Foundation Awards $100K In Relief Funds To Nonprofits
- Herndon Farmers Market Reopens With Coronavirus Precautions
- Black Lives Matter Protesters Meet For Daily Walks In Alexandria
- FredNats To Hold Open House At Stadium On Father's Day Weekend
- Metro Diner Reopens In Fredericksburg With Commitment To Safety
- Battlefield HS Senior Predicts Class of 2020 Will Be Resilient
- T.C. Williams Class Of 2020 Graduates Amid Pandemic
- Dueling Pianos To Serenade Ballston With The Blues
- GEICO Adding More Than 100 Workers To Fredericksburg Area Office
- Alexandria Pools To Open For 2020 Season With Limits
- VA Governor Proposes Juneteenth Be Recognized As State Holiday
- Drive-In Movies Planned At Tysons Development
- Teen Entrepreneur Expands Lawn Care Business To Arlington
- Loudoun To Observe Juneteenth As Official Holiday Starting Friday
- Fredericksburg Declares Friday A Holiday In Honor Of Juneteenth
- Mount Vernon Reopening To Visitors In Phases
- 6 Ways To Recognize Juneteenth In Alexandria
- Select Summer Camps To Be Offered In Falls Church
- New Holds Accepted For Curbside Pickup At Alexandria Libraries
- McLean Project For The Arts Offers In-Person, Online Camps
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