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No rest: Fairfax Co. search and rescue team returns from Harvey, departs for Irma
Sep 08,2017

Hours after returning from Texas in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, Fairfax County’s Urban Search & Rescue Team is already on its way to its next disaster: Hurricane Irma.

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Plans unclear for low-cost Alexandria apartments sold to new owner
Sep 08,2017

Nearly 2,700 low-cost apartments in a Virginia suburb of Washington have been sold to a new owner. The Washington Post reports JBG Cos. sold a 150-acre property that includes 2,664


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Reston Sisters Spread Rays of Hope - Source Connection news papers
Sep 06,2017

CancerFree KIDS, a nonprofit organization supporting pediatric cancer research, has benefitted from Rays of Hope Jewelry, an effort by Reston teenagers Cara and Jenna Ainge to create a collection

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Will Hurricane Irma Hit Virginia? - Source Patch
Sep 06,2017

Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center issued a stark warning to interests in the Caribbean Sea Tuesday morning as Hurricane Irma moved into the region


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Alexandria Business Nominated For Best Tech Work Culture - Source Patch
Sep 06,2017

From Tech in Motion: DC announced Capitol Post as a finalist for the "Best Tech Work Culture" category for its Third Annual Timmy Awards, which recognizes the top

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ACPS Students Start Back To School - Source Alexandria news
Sep 06,2017

Alexandria City Public Schools are back in session. The first day of school went fairly smoothly this morning at T. C. Williams High School. The buses were rolling in mostly

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National Capital Cat Show
Aug 30,2017

Felines from around the country will compete for Top Cat honors at the 2017 CFA National Capital Cat Show. The event will be held on Saturday and Sunday

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Ready for School in Potomac - Source Connection news papers
Aug 30,2017

With school beginning on Tuesday for most students, it’s time to check in with summer reading assignments. A quick survey of students in Potomac Village Friday afternoon showed that




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