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Virginia adds more land to protected natural areas
Oct 05,2018

Virginia has added nearly 100 new acres of protected natural areas meant to help rare or declining plant and animal species. The state's Department of Conservation and Recreation

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Warby Parker opening in Old Town Alexandria with exclusive frame. It's not red brick.
Oct 05,2018

Warby Parker is scheduled to open its Old Town Alexandria store, the second Virginia location for the hip eyewear brand, on Saturday with an exclusive frame.


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Dominion drops power line plan, reigniting special tax district debate
Oct 05,2018

Alexandria faces a budget shortfall for the Potomac Yard Metro after Dominion Power announced last week it isn’t moving forward with a planned 230 kV line in Potomac Yard.

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School to name business college for couple who donated $8M
Oct 05,2018

A Virginia university says it will be naming its business college after a Blacksburg couple who donated $8 million. The Roanoke Times reports Radford University's College of Business and Economics


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4 Virginia Billionaires On Forbes List Of Richest Americans - Source Patch
Oct 04,2018

The latest Forbes 400 list of wealthiest Americans has a new number one. Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos made it to the top of yet another list of billionaires.

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Dockless Bike, Scooter Pilot Program Considered In Alexandria - Source Patch
Oct 04,2018

Have you seen those dockless scooters and bicycles appearing on sidewalks around the DC area? Well, Alexandria is considering a pilot program to allow them in the city.

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Planning commission to discuss increase in stadium lighting height requirements
Sep 28,2018

The planning commission will discuss at an Oct. 2 public hearing whether they will permit construction of taller light poles at city recreational facilities. The change is proposed in a text amendment

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Diane Rehm discusses right-to-die movement - St. Paul's, Sept. 30
Sep 28,2018

On Sunday, September 30 at 10 a.m., St. Paul's Episcopal Church (228 S. Pitt St.) welcomes nationally-syndicated talk show host and Peabody-award winner Diane Rehm to discuss "When My Time Comes,"




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