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LGBTQ books pulled + cowhides confiscated at Dulles: Top Fairfax news

FAIRFAX COUNTY, VA – Here are five local stories not to be missed in Fairfax County today:

3. Deadline for submitting information about Route 50 changes in Chantilly is approaching: Fairfax County residents will have an opportunity Tuesday to provide feedback on the Virginia Department of Transportation’s plans for Route 50 safety and operational improvements (Lee Jackson Memorial Highway) between Stringfellow Road (Route. Enter 645) and Route 28 in Chantilly. MORE.

4. Prohibited Cowhide, Dried Beef Confiscated by Customs at DC Airport: U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials confiscated 110 pounds of cowhide and dried beef that arrived at Washington Dulles International Airport on a Sept. 7 flight from Ethiopia, according to a CBP Publication. CBP officials discovered the items in the luggage of travelers from Nigeria and Cameroon. MORE.

Last Friday was a graduation for the second week of the ten-month paramedic course 2021-2022. Students spent the day practicing their Basic Life Support Skills (BLS). Paramedics must apply basic BLS skills throughout their careers. #FCFRD #GoodMorning pic.twitter.com/Tn5vlWSHFp
– Fairfax County Fire / Rescue (@ffxfirerescue) September 27, 2021

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