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Good News: Service Dog "Not Here to Play," Students Shovel Snow, Geico Hiring 725 and More

Plus, teacher honored, wins $25,000 cash prize.

Meyer is the first facility dog in the area trained to work with children for a social services department. Prince William County, Provided.
Meyer is the first facility dog in the area trained to work with children for a social services department. Prince William County, Provided.
Editor's Note: Patch has 31 sites in Virginia and D.C., and not a day goes by that we don’t have an inspirational or encouraging story somewhere in the area. Here's a look back at some good news over the past week.

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Social Services New Dog "Not Here to Play"

Snow Saviors: Cadets Help Dig Cars Out After Storm

Geico Hiring 725 at Office in Fredericksburg

Hayfield Secondary School Teacher Wins Milken Educator Award

Fairfax County Farmers Markets Expand 'Food Stamp' Program

Cops & Kids Charity Golf Tournament April 7

Save the Date: Georgetown French Market Set for April 25-26

Top Golf Places Tee for Loudoun Site

Chantilly High School Principal Honored by SIPA

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