Here’s a look at some of the top Patch stories of the past week and a look at what’s coming up in the week ahead.
Student Discipline Revisited
Fairfax County Public Schools is . This may include peer mediation and restorative justice as methods of resolving disputes and addressing student behavior and expanding the section on bullying to include electronic communication.
Another person, allegedly for his involvement in orchestrating a high school prostitution ring.
Fairfax County police for residents to report crimes quickly and easily.
Someone in Herndon. Police are still looking for the person who stabbed the horses. The .
In other equestrian news, an in the face of a possible realignment of Richmond Highway in the Mount Vernon area. And, the from the Bureau of Land Management is expected in just a few weeks.
Chick-fil-A Fans Camp Out
prior to the restaurant’s opening in Springfield hoping to score free weekly meals for a year. The campers included a retired couple attending their 87th Chick-fil-A opening.
South County Middle School Named
The … South County Middle School.
Route 1 Attractions and Restoration
Huntley Meadows Park has completed its restoration of Historic Huntley, which will open to the public beginning May 19.
The National Park Service is on options for restoring and preserving Dyke Marsh. Recent findings by the U.S. Geological Survey show .
FACETS a Finalist
Toyota announced that was selected as FACETS Cares has programs to help homeless people in Fairfax County. The public can start voting via Facebook to support FACET Cares on May 14.
$500 for the Environment
There’s still time to nominate an environmentally focused non-profit organization for a $500 donation from Patch.
Coming Up This Week
Fairfax County’s Board of Supervisors is . During the markup last week, the to increase hours at public libraries, fund pay raises for public employees and fund the “Fairfax County Navy.”
its doors Sunday (April 29) to make way for a Walgreens. Look for a report from the last day at the popular burger place Monday on Annandale Patch.
In other restaurant news, the is expected to open this week, although with very little fanfare.