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Arrival Date Of Tall Ship Providence Set In Alexandria - Source Patch
Jun 25,2019

The wait is over for the arrival of Alexandria's own tall ship. Tall Ship Providence, a replica of the first ship authorized to serve in the Continental Navy, will sail into Alexandria on late Monday, July 1.

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Anne Holton Named Interim President of George Mason
Jun 21,2019

The George Mason University Board of Visitors today unanimously voted to appoint former Virginia Secretary of Education Anne Holton as the university’s interim president. The appointment will take


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Free Alexandria pop-up space for 3 lucky small retailers
Jun 21,2019

The Alexandria Economic Development Partnership’s three-year-old pop-up program, which finds temporary space for home-based businesses or micro-retailers to test a brick and mortar presence

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Self-driving shuttles set to hit Northern Virginia streets
Jun 21,2019

A long-planned self-driving shuttle is set to launch in Fairfax County, Virginia, marking what could be the first autonomous shuttle for public use on public roads anywhere in Virginia.


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$460,000 to 170 Students in Alexandria - Source Connection news papers
Jun 19,2019

The Scholarship Fund of Alexandria held its 2019 awards presentation ceremony June 5 at T.C. Williams High School. Since its inception, SFA has awarded more than $16.5 million

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Top Children's Hospitals In VA, DC: U.S. News & World Report - Source Patch
Jun 19,2019

One children's hospital in Virginia and one in Washington, D.C., are among the best in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report's annual rankings.

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Virginia's Paul Smedberg is seen as front-runner to be next Metro board chair
Jun 07,2019

The nominating committee hasn’t even met, but Paul Smedberg has already emerged as the front-runner to succeed Jack Evans as chair of the Metro board, officials said Friday.

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Alexandria issues Metro shutdown progress report, surveys commuters
Jun 07,2019

Morning travel times on Alexandria's main north-south roadways were generally 15% to 30% longer than usual last week, but evening rush travel times in those corridors varied from




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