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Ivanka Trump visits Alexandria
Sep 15,2017

Ivanka Trump, daughter of President Donald Trump, visited the Alexandria Boys and Girls Club on Monday afternoon to take part in a Sept. 11 related program. Sponsored by Volunteer Alexandria

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What to Expect at The Wharf's October 12 Opening - Source Washingtonian
Sep 12,2017

fter more than a decade of planning and building, the Wharf is set to open one month from today. The neighborhood’s developer, Hoffman-Madison Waterfront


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Enlarged and Updated - Source Connection news papers
Sep 12,2017

When a Fairfax family of five decided that their 1970s-era kitchen needed to be brought into the 21st century they enlisted the help of Nicely Done Kitchens and Baths.

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West End School Gets Planning Commission Approval - Source Alexandria news
Sep 12,2017

The West End school got a step closer to reality on Thursday night, when the Planning Commission voted to support changing the use of a vacant office building into a school.


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Hurricane Irma Forecast In Alexandria Area: Updated Likelihood Of Impact
Sep 08,2017

Hurricane Irma swept through the Caribbean Wednesday night and Thursday morning, taking at least 10 lives and leaving behind utter devastation. Still considered a Category 5 storm

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Unclaimed $3M Virginia Lottery Ticket Bought In Sterling
Sep 08,2017

A Virginia lottery ticket worth $3 million in the Mega Millions drawing was purchased at Giant Food, 21000 South Bank Street. No one has yet to come forward to claim the prize, according to lottery officials.

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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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