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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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Visit Alexandria Names Karen Kotowski As Chair Of Its Board Of Governors - Source Alexandria news
Jul 26,2018

Visit Alexandria, the nonprofit destination marketing organization for Alexandria, Virginia, located minutes from Washington, D.C. and named the #1 Best Value U.S. Travel Destination 2018

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5 Reasons Why Joining Match Is Money Well Spent - Source Patch
Jul 26,2018

If you're single, listen up: Meeting that special someone is easier now than ever before. Of course, it might not feel that way when you're lost in a sea of free dating apps or hitting up the same old bar scene


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King Street Metro Project Begins In Fall, Travel Changes Coming - Source Patch
Jul 26,2018

Work outside the King Street Metro will kick off this fall and bring numerous transportation disruptions to the area. Beginning Sept. 9, the existing parking lot and bus area

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Negotiations ongoing over possible Metro strike
Jul 20,2018

As a high volume of travelers prepared to head to and from the Washington All-Star Game on Tuesday, a WMATA strike loomed. Metro employees voted Sunday to give union leadership authorization to strike, ATU Local 689 announced Monday.

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Washington-Lee students sue Arlington Co. Schools over renaming high school
Jul 20,2018

Another local high school plunges into a controversial name change debate. The Arlington School Board voted to change the name of Washington-Lee High School. Now, two students are suing, accusing board members of voting without

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Paving the way for Robinson Landing
Jul 13,2018

After archaeologists found a centuries-old ship during Hotel Indigo’s construction in 2015, many suspected they might find historic artifacts at the future Robinson Landing site. They didn’t know they were stumbling




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