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Chicken slaughterhouse to locate near Alexandria's Duke Street
Mar 29,2019

In a request that officials called “unusual,” Alexandria City Council on Tuesday approved a special-use permit to open a chicken slaughter operation in the Northern Virginia city. The vote was 5-2.

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This $2 Million Crystal City Penthouse Would Set a Record - Source Washingtonian
Mar 28,2019

Sure, it was built in 1981—which is made obvious by its closed-in layout, mirrored walls, and dated kitchen and bathrooms. And, at least for now, there aren’t any hot restaurants


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Local Business Enters Shark Tank Hoping for a Deal - Source Connection news papers
Mar 28,2019

Potomac mom, entrepreneur and self-professed expert "Deal Finder" Jamie Ratner and her husband Brian Ratner are hoping to expand CertifiKID, the website Jamie Ratner started to help parents, friends and caregivers

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Robert E. Lee Boyhood Home Listed For Reduced Price - Source Patch
Mar 27,2019

The boyhood home of Robert E. Lee in Alexandria was listed on the market Tuesday with a significant price drop. Previously priced at $8.5 million, the six bedroom is available for $6.2 million.


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Fire Station To Be Rebuilt In Alexandria's Beverly Hills Area
Mar 22,2019

Work to rebuild a fire station in the Beverly Hills neighborhood of Alexandria is set to begin in the spring. Fire Station 203 at 2801 Cameron Mills Road will be demolished and replaced with a new facility.

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Council defers vote on live poultry butcher shop
Mar 22,2019

City council deferred a decision on whether to approve a live poultry butcher shop on Colvin Street to its next legislative session, despite it being one of the most anticipated and controversial

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New Public Libraries Are Some of the Best Buildings in DC - Source Washingtonian
Mar 19,2019

I recently spent a Saturday afternoon checking out a swanky new building in Cleveland Park. Its sleek exterior—all glass, brick, and limestone—strikes a bold profile in a neighborhood

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Not all of Alexandria's DASH rides will be free during summer Metro shutdown
Mar 15,2019

Alexandria has updated a draft transportation plan for this summer’s monthslong Metro shutdown to remove a suggestion that all of the city’s DASH buses could be free from May 25 through Sept. 2.




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