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

Recent Stories

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Open houses in Reston this weekend

Open houses this weekend include a 3 BD/2.5+ BA townhouse with a breakfast nook and private patio overlooking Reston National Golf Course.

After reopening its doors for the first indoor production during the pandemic in August, Herndon’s NextStop Theatre Company plans to scale back its programming schedule for this fall due to…

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