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Health officials probe potential measles exposures in Northern Virginia

Out of an abundance of caution, health districts in northern Virginia are informing people who were at various locations listed below Sept. 3-9 during the specified time frames, that they may have been exposed to one of three people diagnosed with measles.

Virginia Center for Excellence in Teaching to be located at George Mason University

The center, proposed as part of the governor's 2013 All Students K-12 legislative agenda, will provide professional development opportunities in instruction, education policy and leadership for 100 exemplary teachers each year, starting next June.

One million plus Virginians now signed up for ShakeOut earthquake drill Oct. 17

Virginia has become the second state ever to pass the one million mark in people registered to participate in the multistate earthquake drill, Drop, Cover and Hold On, with a week to go until the Great SouthEast ShakeOut on Thursday, Oct. 17 at 10:17 a.m.

Woodbridge DMV closed Wednesday morning

Department of Motor Vehicles Customer Service Center at 2731 Caton Hill Road, Woodbridge, will be closed the morning of Wednesday, October 9, until 1 p.m. so a new testing system can be installed.

Need assistance with heating bills this winter? Application period opens Oct.8

The application period for Virginia residents seeking financial assistance for the 2013-2014 heating season through the Virginia Energy Assistance program opens on October 8 and continues through November 8.

Del. Marshall asks Va. governor to call General Assembly into special session

Delegate Robert G. "Bob" Marshall has asked Governor Bob McDonnell to call a Special Session of the General Assembly to consider Delegate Marshall's legislation to offer some relief to those affected by the federal shutdown and any future shutdowns.

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