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Gymboree Bankruptcy Could Save VA's Janie And Jack Stores
Jan 18,2019

Children's clothing retailer the Gymboree Group filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy as expected Wednesday and said it will close 800 stores, but is working to save its 140 upscale Janie and Jack stores.

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Conquering 'Mount Reston' - Source Connection news papers
Jan 17,2019

The first snowstorm of the season unexpectedly persisted through the weekend in the local area. After ramping up on Sunday, it dumped more than 9 inches of the powdery white stuff creating either play


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Reston Hospital Center Opens Inpatient Rehabilitation Center - Source Connection news papers
Jan 17,2019

Reston Hospital Center has announced the grand opening of their new Inpatient Rehabilitation Center. The Inpatient Rehabilitation Center consists of 18 private rooms and provides

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Local hair salon offering free haircuts to furloughed workers
Jan 11,2019

A local Springfield hair salon is trying to do their part by giving away free haircuts to furloughed federal workers. Salon Enclave, located at 6407 Backlick Rd, Springfield is giving free haircuts to people


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Virginia 2nd Grader wins $30K scholarship from artwork chosen for Google homepage
Jan 11,2019

Millions of people around the world are clicking on to a picture of dinosaurs drawn by a little girl in Fairfax County, Va. Sarah Gomez-Lane, 7, a second grader at Pine Spring Elementary School, won Google's Doodle

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Lime electric scooters are 1st for Alexandria’s dockless pilot program
Jan 11,2019

San Francisco-based dockless electric scooter and electric bike operator Lime has received a permit from the city of Alexandria, Virginia — the first operator to win approval there as part of a nine-month pilot program.

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Ivan the Terrible art was looted from Nazi-occupied Ukraine
Jan 04,2019

Gabby and David Tracy had become rather fond of the large painting of Ivan the Terrible that had been left behind in a house David Tracy bought when he first came to Ridgefield, Conn., in 1987.

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Free Key To The City Pass Offered During Shutdown In Alexandria
Jan 04,2019

While attractions like the Smithsonian museums and the National Zoo are not open during the federal government shutdown, Alexandria has visitors covered. Museums and historic




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