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T. C. Williams Student To Represent Virginia In National Water Science Competition - Source Alexandria news
Jun 06,2017

Ana Humphrey, a sophomore at T. C. Williams High School in Alexandria, has been named the state winner of the 2017 Stockholm Junior Water Prize competition – the most prestigious youth

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Two Million-Dollar Virginia Lottery Tickets About To Expire - Source Patch
Jun 06,2017

Two lottery ticket buyers, both of whom stand to win $1 million, are out there somewhere and the Virginia Lottery is eager to hand over the prize money — but can't find the winners.


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Bear Sightings Reported - Source Connection news papers
May 31,2017

Police were notified of a bear sighting in the Greenbriar subdivision last weekend, in the Birch Pond community, near Rocky Run Stream Valley Park.

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Ramsey Homes Wins An Award Of Tax Credits - Source Alexandria news
May 31,2017

The Board of Commissioners of the Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority, is pleased to announce that the Virginia Housing Development Authority has published


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Virginia Hurricane Season 2017 Could Be Worse Than Usual: Forecast - Source Patch
May 31,2017

A new forecast says the 2017 hurricane season could be worse than normal — and the potential impact on Virginia could be increasingly troublesome. Both the Weather Channel and the National Weather

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First Thursday: Free Health and Wellness Classes In Del Ray - Source Patch
May 31,2017

Ever feel like shortened work weeks after holidays actually feel longer? Well, June's First Thursday in Del Ray is a perfect solution to relax before the weekend. On June 1

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Alexandria businesses help fund new public signs
May 26,2017

The City of Alexandria, Virginia, is installing new retail “wayfinding” signs in Old Town along the King Street corridor, and participating businesses are helping fund the project. The new Retail

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Annual TAPS event aims to help families of American heroes
May 26,2017

As they pass through a hall at an Arlington hotel, family members write notes on paper shaped as leaves and place them next to pictures of their loved ones who never came home. Others hang notes of hope. One says




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