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Friday Morning Rundown

by Karen Goff — May 16, 2014 at 8:00 am 1 Comment

Sign at Reston Station

Kaine’s Bill Could Cut College Cost — Sen. Tim Kaine (D) has co-sponsored the Supporting College Access and Success Through Dual Enrollment Act, legislation to help students earn college credits in high school in order to cut the cost of earning a college diploma. [Office of Tim Kaine]

County Air Gets An ‘F’ — Poor marks for Fairfax County in the American Lung Association’s State of the Air 2014 report. [Fairfax Times]

Shop Saturday — Reston Association will be holding its Community Yard Sale Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Nearly 100 families will be selling furniture, clothing and household goods. The sale will be in the parking lot of 12001 Sunrise Valley Dr. [Reston Association]

Almost Half Of Fairfax County Homicides Are Domestic — Seven (about 45 percent) of the 16 homicides that occurred in Fairfax County in 2010 were domestic-violence related, according to a study released May 6 by the Fairfax County Domestic Violence Fatality Review Team. [Fairfax Times]

Special RELAC Meeting June 12 — Reston Association’s Board of Directors will hold a special meeting June 12 to discuss RELAC exemptions. [Reston Association]

  • George Williams

    According to DegreeRegistry.org , a general MBA can be obtained for as little as $6k and as high as $120k. If students would do a little research, they would find that it is not nearly as expensive to get a college degree

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