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Record-Breaking $1.7M Raised For Alexandria's Spring2ACTion
Apr 27,2018

Alexandria's Giving Day on on April 25 was another record-breaking year, with $1,768,501 raised for 157 Alexandria nonprofits in just 24 hours. The 8th annual online Spring2ACTion saw donations increase

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New boats christened for DC-area water taxi service expansion
Apr 27,2018

The new water taxis christened with the smashing of champagne bottles represent the future of water transportation in the D.C. area, officials said Wednesday. The four high-speed, low-wake, environmentally friendly


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Foundation to plant trees to memorialize Virginia Tech shooting victims
Apr 27,2018

The Virginia Tech Victims Family Outreach Foundation is planting the first phase of its memorial tree grove at Chinquapin Park on Sunday to commemorate victims and survivors of the 2007 shooting at Virginia Tech.

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These Virginia, DC Colleges Are Best Value For Your Money
Apr 27,2018

At many colleges and universities, the deadline for admitted students to put down a deposit is right around the corner — some as early as Tuesday. With that in mind, Forbes has ranked its best value colleges


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Helping Children Fighting for their Lives - Source Connection news papers
Apr 26,2018

It’s almost time for the second annual Festival to Fight Cancer. Put on by Centreville High’s Wildcats vs. Cancer club, it’s set for Saturday, May 5, and will be a neon, nighttime, glow run.

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Historic 3rd ship uncovered by archaeologists in Alexandria
Apr 20,2018

Alexandria, Virginia, is once again on the international map for archaeological discoveries after a third 18th-century ship was unearthed at Robinson Landing in the Old Town area of the city.

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With a National Harbor venue coming, here’s what might replace Topgolf Alexandria
Apr 20,2018

Topgolf Alexandria, we’ve known for some time, is not long for this world. A larger, more modern venue will be constructed at National Harbor about 15 minutes away, leaving the 17-acre Kingstowne site

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Herndon Cadets Lay a Wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier - Source Connection news papers
Apr 19,2018

Herndon NJROTC Cadets traveled to Arlington Cemetery to learn about some of the many heroes that have been laid to rest at this National place of honor and respect. The Cadets walked almost




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