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ACPS Donate Bikes To Children From Alexandria Redevelopment And Housing Authority - Source Alexandria news
Aug 08,2018

ACPS principals, assistant principals and administrators built 40 bicycles for local children as part of professional development and team building at the Leadership Academy

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Arcade Game, Laser Tag Center Proposed In Alexandria
Aug 03,2018

The Alexandria Planning Commission will consider a proposed laser tag and arcade game facility at a former bowling alley. Doyle's Outpost, LLC filed an application to open the entertainment center at the Seminary


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Why Andrew Adkins isn't moving forward
Aug 03,2018

The Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority announced late Friday afternoon that the planned redevelopment of Andrew Adkins, a group of 90 homes built in 1969 located near the Braddock Road Metro

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For Reston Nonprofit, Kids R First - Source Connection news papers
Aug 02,2018

The Reston-based nonprofit organization, Kids R First (KRF) is back for its 20th Anniversary helping needy children in public schools across Northern Virginia through its school supply


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Andrew Adkins Redevelopment Cancelled - Source Alexandria news
Aug 02,2018

The Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority has terminated its partnership with Alexandria Opportunity Housing LLC for the redevelopment of ARHA’s Andrew Adkins property.

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Inova To Ban Plastic Straws From Its Five Hospitals - Source Patch
Aug 02,2018

Inova, Northern Virginia's largest health system, announced it will eliminate use of plastic straws at its five hospitals.

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ACPS launches partnership with G.W. University
Jul 27,2018

A select group of incoming T.C. Williams students are preparing to spend their four years of high school immersed in the medical field. They are the inaugural class of the G.W.-ACPS Academy of Health Sciences

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Del Ray business owner Willie Mae Mitchell dies at 83
Jul 27,2018

Willie Mae Mitchell spent five decades as a Del Ray resident and almost three as a business owner on the neighborhood’s main thoroughfare. Mitchell, who died at 83 on July 7, was perhaps best known for




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