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Government, Schools, Business
Horses stabbed in Herndon, Dyke Marsh preservation, Chick-fil-A fans and more were in the news this week across Fairfax County.
Parental notification still absent from proposed changes, but could be introduced through amendments
Hawks look to grab second consecutive National District championship.
Clermont team is raising money for trip to world championship
For-profit college is more than $500,000 in debt.
School board votes in favor of setting a goal to start high schools after 8 a.m.
Members unanimously vote to end 2011-12 school year two days earlier than scheduled
New progress reports for elementary school students start countywide in fall 2012.
With six new members, Fairfax County board explores time shift for system schedule
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