Northern Virginia’s daily dose of local and national news for Friday, March 29.
The Middleburg Planning Commission has rejected a proposal to build 100 units of independent senior living on 15 acres in Middleburg, but the town council will have the final say on approval. (Loudoun Times-Mirror)
Plans approved in Prince William County to reduce the number of classroom trailers at schools within the next decade have hit a stopping point. Leaders have not yet identified a source to cover the expected $174 million cost. (InsideNoVA)
The Metro’s summer shutdown of six Blue and Yellow Line stations may have lingering effects into the fall, including impacting traffic. Service impacts after Labor Day will be determined and released to the public this summer, according to Metro’s information page about the project. (WTOP)