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‘Band of Brothers, Close and Tight’ in Fairfax

Paul VI High presents the drama, “The Outsiders.”

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‘The Audience Won’t Know What to Believe’ in Fairfax

Fairfax High presents “The Children’s Hour.”

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‘Dinner With Washington’ in Alexandria

Inaugural interpretive event set for Nov. 16.

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More Educated, Better Paid

Foreign-born population attracted by government contracting and tech jobs.

Virginia’s foreign-born population is more educated and better paid, according to a new report from the Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis. The Richmond-based think tank points out more than 40 percent of immigrants in Virginia have a bachelor’s degree or higher. That’s a significantly higher level of education than the United States as a whole, and it’s even a bit higher than native-born Virginians.

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Potomac Community Village to Host Talk on Rosenwald Schools

Learn about Julius Rosenwald and his legacy of funding schools for African American communities.

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Give Thanks to Your Favorite Educators in Montgomery County

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Horses Heal and Teach Life Skills

Equestrian program touches everyone involved.

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Herndon High Band Performs Tag Day Concert

Herndon High Marching Band receives Proclamation from Town of Herndon.

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Bishop Ireton High School Stages “Little Women”

Story chronicles the March sisters in Louisa May Alcott's classic novel from the 1860s.

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A Message of Family, Love and Laughter in Centreville

Centreville High presents ‘You Can’t Take It with You.’

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JMU and Langley High School Make Music Together

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