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- Recognized for ‘Exceptional Success’ 0 comments
- FCPS Inducts 1,200 New Teachers 0 comments
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- Editorial: Accountability for Police in Northern Virginia 0 comments
- Removing Barriers to College 0 comments
- FCPS Inducts 1,200 New Teachers
- What Is New in Area Schools
- Safety at a Crossroads in Poor Communities Across Northern Virginia
- Environmental Leader Joins NOVA Parks Board
- Neighbors, Police, Firefighters Promote Safe Neighborhoods
- A Successful Season for the Tritons
- Robinson’s Obregon to Play Lax at Maryland
- Playing to Win
- Vossler Latest to Lead Robinson Football Program
- Lake Braddock Grad Owens to Play Baseball at ECU
- Editorial: Accountability for Police in Northern Virginia
- All Write For Now
- Letter: Why Join the Climate Change Debate?
- Write Now, I Just Don’t Know
- Homelessness: Source of Trauma for Children
- School Board Funds Full Day Mondays
- Planning Commission Tables Residential Studio Amendment
- Governor's Mansion, Confidential
- Fairfax School Board Elects Chairman, Vice Chair
- School Board Decreases Suspension Time
Sales Associate Youssef Zeroual of the Weichert, Realtors Burke/Fairfax Station office was recognized for his exceptional industry success during the month of July, Bruce L. Green, regional vice president of Weichert, Realtors, announced.
Local services help students complete college paperwork, remove barriers.
LaQuita King relocated across the state from Chesapeake, Va., to Alexandria in the summer of 2013, moving into an apartment with her aunt and three cousins. King had just graduated from high school and was looking forward to taking classes at Northern Virginia Community College. So far, that hasn’t happened.
Q and A on upcoming school year with local elementary schools.
This upcoming 2014-2015 school year, local elementary schools have much in store for students, especially with the full Monday schedules. The Connection takes a look at three elementary schools as to what parents and students can expect come September.
Serious local tennis competitors share their approach to the game.
As the U.S. Open approaches, several local tennis students are competing in their own United States Tennis Association (USTA) local competitions. There are several levels of tournaments to choose from as well as age groups whether they're entry-level, intermediate, or advanced. “Central to tennis is competition. They learn to win and how to lose,” according to Coach Wayne Bryan.
To the Editor
The author of “Global Warming is Impacting Us Now” (Connection, Aug. 7-13, 2014) is right: we’re already seeing impacts of climate change in our communities.