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Potomac Yard Metro Changes Scrutinized In FOIA Email Release
Jun 08,2018

Emails released by a FOIA request revealed city officials had an image of the Potomac Yard Metro design with the changes removed in April, nearly a month before the public found out.

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TC Williams Receives $4K No Kid Hungry Grant - Source Patch
Jun 06,2018

From No Kid Hungry Virginia: No Kid Hungry Virginia is investing more than $27,000 to help jumpstart programs that bring breakfast into classrooms at middle and high schools


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Floodwaters Strike At Old Town Alexandria Waterfront - Source Patch
Jun 06,2018

The days of heavy rain have taken their toll on the Potomac River. As a result, areas such as Alexandria are being impacted by rising water levels and flooding through Tuesday.

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Schenck, Walker Named 2018 Business Philanthropist Of The Year - Source Alexandria news
Jun 06,2018

PenFed President and CEO James Schenck was named the 2018 Large Business Philanthropist of the Year and Jen Walker of the Jen Walker Team was named the 2018


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Working To Narrow Montgomery County’s Hunger Gap - Source Connection news papers
May 30,2018

Even though Montgomery County is one of the most affluent in the U.S., more than 40,000 residents struggle with hunger. One in every eight residents is vulnerable to hunger

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Adoptable Alexandria Pet: Stanley The Goofy Boxer - Source Patch
May 30,2018

Looking to adopt a new furry friend? Consider looking at the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria, which provides shelter and finds homes for pets in need.

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Best Places To Buy A Used Car In Virginia - Source Patch
May 30,2018

This is one of the busiest times of year for savvy car shoppers to try to capitalize on the best deals. According to an online service that helps compare car prices, shoppers in Virginia looking

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Shattered promises in Potomac Yard
May 25,2018

Potomac Yard residents are frustrated after what they see as a pattern of bait-and-switch from the city and a lack of accountability from city officials. That frustration has reached a fever pitch in the weeks since City Manager Mark Jinks announced in a May 4 memo that Potomac




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