Since it was first enacted, the GI Bill of Rights has been wildly successful.
It’s good to be home again now that the 2008 regular Session has concluded, just a few days over the 60-day limit.
Key Middle School students (left to right) Max Benitos, Kelly Catherine and Zachary Adams created art as a means of universal communication with students in Ghana who will receive the art in April and, in response, create their own to send back to Key Middle. (Photo: Elyse Rosenburg)
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The Senate and the House of Delegates passed their respective budget bills last Thursday. Recognizing the prevailing economic situation of the Commonwealth, both chambers’ budgets reduce income and sales tax estimates and make significant funding cuts of $500 million per year.
Washington D.C. International Wine & Food Festival, Feb. 29 – March 2 at the Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center, Washington D.C.
On Thursday, Dec. 6, Hope, Kassandra (14), Matt (9) and Chris David volunteered at Glen Forest Elementary School to help deliver backpacks to all students during Volunteer Fairfax’s “A Celebration of Giving and Sharing.” (Photo: Tonya McCreary)
Each November, hundreds of county elected officials gather in Bath County for the Virginia Association of Counties’ (VACO) annual conference. The two-day meeting gives county Supervisors an opportunity to hear from each other about common issues of concern, as well as meet with state officials in preparation for the upcoming […]
The yearly assessments for area schools under No Child Left Behind came out last week, and the news for Northern Virginia was not very positive. Despite having some of the best schools in the country (according to a recent Newsweek report); 35% failed to meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) standards […]
August 16 – 22, 2007