Friday Morning Rundown

Rocking at South Lakes Village Center

Virginia Doing Away With Extra E-Z Pass Fee — Gov. Terry McAuliffe has signed bill eliminating extra fees for the E-Z Pass transponder. [Washington Post]

Big Chance For Leidos — Reston-based Leidos Holdings will be the only D.C. area company able to bid for nearly $1 billion in architect-engineering services for the Air Force. The work will support military construction, military family housing, and sustainment, restoration and modernization programs worldwide. [Washington Business Journal]

Metro Work Resumes — Metro took a four-week break for cherry blossom season, but will resume doing weekend work again beginning Friday. [WTOP]

Honoring Jail’s “Rock Stars” — Fairfax County Sheriff Stacey Kincaid tells volunteers they are all “rock stars” at a ceremony in their honor. Sheriff’s Office volunteers provide inmate programs that include employability and workplace skills, financial planning, responsible parenting, anger management, impact of crime awareness, alcohol and drug addiction recovery, educational advancement and spirituality. In 2013, these volunteers contributed more than 8,000 hours and presented 5,400 classes. [Fairfax County]


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