Friday Morning Rundown

Autumn tree in Reston/Credit: Vita Images

Changes To Planned I-66 Tolls? — The Virginia Department of Transportation may drop part of its plan for tolling drivers on Interstate 66 inside the Capital Beltway. In question are the high-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes plan that would impose tolls on reverse commuters, those traveling against the peak flow at rush-hour. [Washington Post]

Kids Reach Out — Herndon Middle School is partnering with the Generosity Feeds organization to help feeds families in need in our area. On Saturday, Nov. 7, at 9 a.m., volunteers from Herndon Middle and Herndon High will package 15,000 healthy meals in just a few hours. The food will be distributed to students who are struggling with hunger outside of school hours.

Fox Mill ES Raises Money For Shelter — More than 260 Fox Mill Elementary students, parents, and teachers raised $4,555 for Embry Rucker Community Shelter in Reston at the school’s annual walk.

Autumn tree in Reston/Credit: Vita Images

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