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6 VA, DC Billionaires On Forbes List Of Richest Americans 2019
Oct 04,2019

America's richest keep getting richer. The wealthiest Americans on the annual Forbes 400 list grew their combined net worth by just over 2 percent from the previous year, making them worth

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Wawa Plans Massive Northern Virginia Expansion — Including the Alexandria Area
Oct 04,2019

One of the East Coast's most popular convenience store chains could be opening in Southeast Fairfax County — and in up to 40 more locations in Northern Virginia.


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City Considers Adding Lanes to Duke Street
Sep 27,2019

On the heels of a controversial decision to reduce vehicle lanes and add bicycle lanes and more safety measures to Seminary Road, Alexandria City staff are starting to take a serious look at Duke Street

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Alexandria School Board votes against adding second high school, chooses to expand T.C. Williams
Sep 27,2019

The Alexandria School Board voted against adding another high school to its system Thursday night, instead choosing to expand the current one. Currently, TC Williams is the only high school


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Future Medical Marijuana Facility In Manassas To Serve Alexandria
Sep 27,2019

A medical marijuana facility serving residents in Alexandria and other Northern Virginia jurisdictions is slated to open in Manassas by year's end, according to reports. The facility, owned by Dalitso LLC

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'Ricasso' Seeks New Home After Year At Alexandria Shelter
Sep 20,2019

Artists may come up with their own habits and routines to draw inspiration for their work. For artist-in-residence "Ricasso," it just takes a little tail wagging. After all, he's a dog. Rico, nicknamed "Ricasso"

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Montgomery County Bill Would Ban Vape Sales Near Schools
Sep 20,2019

The Montgomery County Council introduced legislation Monday that would prohibit vape shops from selling e-cigarettes within half a mile of middle and high schools in the county.

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Climate Activists to Shut Down DC Streets Monday Morning
Sep 20,2019

On Monday, climate activists plan to shut down more than a dozen major intersections in D.C. during the morning commute. They say they want to bring attention to the global emergency of climate change




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