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The money was committed to the school system in the 2012 fiscal year budget, and it will now carry over into 2013.
Low math tests scores and inadequate graduate rates hold Osbourn High back from full accreditation by the Virginia Department of Education.
R.C. Haydon Elementary School third grader has raised about $100,000 for a cure for cancer.
The Prince William Board of County Supervisors approved a $15 million construction project for the Rollins Ford Road Improvement Project, and transferring millions into the Rollins Ford fund.
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The forum included candidates (or their representatives) from the 8th, 10th and 11th congressional districts.
The proposed amendment to the state's constitution would curb the use of eminent domain.
The Prince William Board of County Supervisors voted to declare October a time to raise awareness about online security.
The one constant about life in Northern Virginia is traffic. Should you work from home?
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