George Washington’s will to be displayed in Leesburg; Toll collections rise after Dulles Toll Road increase

Northern Virginia’s daily dose of local and national news for Tuesday, April 23.

George Washington’s will, written in 1799, will be on display in Loudoun County during Leesburg’s First Friday event on May 3. The exhibition will be hosted at 18 East Market Street. (Loudoun Times-Mirror)

Driver paid 31.9% more in tolls over the first three months of this year, compared to the same period last year, on the Dulles Toll Road following a toll increase to cover Silver Line construction costs. (WTOP)

A developer is seeking to build four new towers in Pentagon City with residential, office and retail space. These will be located on 601-701 12th Street, if approved. (Arl Now)

The One Love Manassas festival returns to the city from April 26 to 28, featuring live music, multimedia art and a film showcase. (Inside NoVA)

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