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The Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board partners with Fairfax County Public Schools to get teachers trained in suicide prevention.
The threat of the Ebola virus has generated concern across the globe. Among wildlife ecologists, another deadly virus is raising worldwide alarm: the ranavirus.
Customers of one of the largest water utilities in the region are scratching their heads over how they could be paying more for using less.
The Tree House Child Assessment Center treats children who have been physically or sexually abused. And about 20 percent of the children being treated there are unaccompanied minors who have been traumatized on the journey from their home countries into the U.S.
If you have childhood memories of running though your house, posing like a ninja and yelling "Turtle Power!" then you're probably thrilled that your heroes Donatello, Raphael, Leonardo and Michelangelo are back in a live action picture. But Maryland Department of Natural Resources officials are worried that the new movie could trigger a pet turtle market that could threaten children's health and the health of native turtle species.
Former employees of a Gaithersburg talent marketing company say they haven't been paid.
Christopher Huott, who founded the Maryland Suburban Swim Club in Laurel, Maryland, admitted abusing a girl he babysat in the 1980s.
In a briefing before the Montgomery County Council, school officials explained that a total of 107 unaccompanied minors, most of them of high school age, were enrolled in Montgomery County schools.
A Montgomery County Council committee is staying out of the turf war over access to soccer fields at Montgomery County schools. The council's education committee voted to let the school system move ahead on a construction bid for a field at Winston Churchill High School while a lawsuit over access to school fields plays out.
It's John Thomas' job to pay attention to trees, especially during storms.
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