Maryland State Treasurer Nancy K. Kopp announced earlier this month that the three major bond rating agencies have reaffirmed the State's AAA bond rating, all with stable outlooks, in advance of the upcoming competitive sale of up to $615.0 million of tax-exempt new money bonds and negotiated sale of up to $241.4 million of tax-exempt forward refunding bonds.
Declining birth rates lead to shrinking Kindergarten enrollments.
Declining birth rates and the pandemic have conspired to send Alexandria's Kindergarten enrollment down 17 percent since 2018, a trend that school officials say will have a long-term influence on how the division operates and plans for the future. Some of the decline is driven by the pandemic as parents opted for private schools or kept their children in daycare rather than enroll them. But the long-term forecast for schools will be shaped one birth at a time.
New K-9 can sniff out thumb drives and cell phones that may be evidence.
The Fairfax County Police Department has a new tool to fight cyber crimes and it’s a black Labrador retriever named Browser, that specializes in sniffing out computer-related evidence like thumb drives, cell phones or laptop computers that may have been used by criminals, particularly in child exploitation.
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