Monday Morning Rundown

Reflections of Lake Anne/Credit: David Madison Photogrpahy

Parents Want Paul VI To Stay Put — Paul VI Catholic High School, the Fairfax parochial school, is considering a move to Loudoun County. The school, located in an aging building, would have more space and a new state-of-the-art facility if the school moves. The community of parents and students has started a social media and petition campaign to stop the move. [WTOP]

Repairing the Parkway — The Virginia Department of Transportation is readying to repair the bicycle and pedestrian trail adjacent to the Fairfax County Parkway between Route 7 and Route 29 from March to September of this year. The $345,000 project will improve safety and reliability on the trail. [VDOT]

Fundraiser Fun — There is still time to buy tickets to a raffle that will benefit Herndon High Sports Boosters. Among the prizes: Walt Disney World tickets;  restaurant gift cards;  and a night at Great Wolf Lodge. Drawing is March 13. [Herndon Patch]

Answers About Metro — Metro General Manager Richard Sarles answered questions about frequent user complaints in an online chat last week. See if your concerns are addressed. [Washington Post]

Photo courtesy of David Madison Photography.

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