Top Fairfax Headlines: Feb. 4-10
Top Fairfax City news.
The week's top stories include school discipline, marijuana, a boundary study, a high school's take on Charlie Brown and juveniles with alcohol.
School Officials to Hold Public Meetings on Boundary Study
County students would move from Fairfax City to surrounding schools like Oakton.
Local Group High on Legalizing Pot
Northern Virginia NORML chapter would like to see marijuana laws handled on the state level, not the Federal level.
Fairfax City Restaurant Inspections: 29 Diner, Buffalo Wing University
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'Second Chance' Program, Parental Notification Discussed at Fairfax Discipline Meeting
Committee hosts outreach meetings this month in an effort to reform FCPS' Student Rights and Responsibilities handbook.
Fairfax Players Premiere Their Spin on 'Charlie Brown' Friday Night
The on-stage excitement doesn’t stop this weekend. Fans can look forward to Fairfax High’s production of “Hello, Dolly!” which opens the beginning of May.
Governor’s Transportation Plan Hits Roadblock
Funding package was derailed by Virginia Senate Democrats late Tuesday, though the House version of the legislation still has a chance for approval.
FHS Hall of Fame Honors New Members
Among the inductees: Coach Claypool, Eastman, Hickson, Henry.
Police: Juveniles Caught With Alcohol, Teens Shoplift Clothes From Kmart
The latest Fairfax City crime news.
Fairfax-Area Traffic Rated Worst in Nation by Texas Transportation Institute
Fairfax commuters may spend an extra $1,398 per year in gas and time sitting in traffic, according to report.
Bicyclists Push for Share-the-Road Laws
Virginia State Sen. Chap Petersen among those praised for introducing safety legislation last month in first Bicycle Action Day in Richmond.