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July 9-15: Tunisian Court Delays Custody Judgment for U.S.-Born Children

President Barack Obama visits Northern Virginia for a campaign rally

A Tunisian court has on a case that will determine whether 6-year-old Eslam Chebbi and his 3-year-old sister Zainab, both Oakton schoolchildren, would . Also this week, Faical Chebbi, the children's father and accused abductor, was .

President Barack Obama visited Centreville High School for a campaign rally this weekend.

A truck on Thursday, closing down westbound lanes and snarling traffic during rush hour. 

After the Board of Supervisors after the June 29 derecho hit Northern Virginia, Chairman Sharon Bulova proposed a task force to investigate the failure at a meeting of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments.

The Fairfax County Ad Hoc Equestrian Task Force (ETF)  and establishing an Equestrian Advisory Committee when it presented its recommendations to the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, following a year of meetings. 

As the Fairfax County Park Authority Board prepares for the possibility voters approve a $63 million park bond this November, that should benefit from the money.

School Board member Ilryong Moon (at-large), the vice chair during the 2011-12 year, was . He served as board chairman in 2006 and vice chairman in 2005.  

A proposal to charge $1 to all E-ZPass users was

Oakton resident Carol Campbell's show about women's empowerment, "The Goddess Diaries," this week.

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The Oakton Otters on Tuesday, putting their record in Division 4 competition at 1-2.

The Otters swim team won on Wednesday. On Saturday, the to improve its record to 3-1. The meet also celebrated the team's 15 seniors.

The Fairfax Police Youth Club Wildcats soccer team this week.

Coyer twins end high school careers with .

Vienna Post 180 baseball went on a 7-0 winning streak this week, including a last Tuesday.

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