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MLK Day 2018: What's Open, Closed In Alexandria
Jan 12,2018

If your family is off from work or school on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, there will be plenty of ceremonies and volunteer events. Meanwhile City of Alexandria offices and public schools will be closed Monday, Jan. 15 for

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Worst Drivers: Where VA, DC Rank On National List
Jan 12,2018

Northern Virginia drivers tend to be aggressive and impatient — perhaps the gridlock that plagues many highways in the region brings out the worst in commuters — but that doesn't


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Rhode Island's official tall ship is moving to Virginia
Jan 12,2018

Rhode Island's official tall ship is moving to Virginia. The Providence Journal reports that a foundation in Alexandria, Virginia, has purchased the 110-foot sloop-of-war Providence. The Tall Ship

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Gadsby's Tavern Museum in Alexandria closed for two weeks
Jan 12,2018

A historic tavern building in Virginia dating to the 18th century has suffered damage connected to this week's frigid temperatures. The city of Alexandria says it is temporarily closing Gadsby's Tavern Museum


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Homeless Find Warm Spot at Arlington Center - Source Connection news papers
Jan 10,2018

The door swings open and a burst of warm air hits the man entering the Arlington Homeless Services Center at 2020 14th Street N. It is New Year's Eve, and 79 people will be spending

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SAPCA Celebrates Alexandria's First Permanent Prescription Drug Drop-Off Box - Source Alexandria news
Jan 10,2018

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at The Neighborhood Pharmacy of Del Ray on Jan. 5, to celebrate the first-ever permanent prescription drug drop-off box in the City of Alexandria.

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Largest Donation In History Helps 40 Students Attend College - Source Alexandria news
Jan 10,2018

The Scholarship Fund of Alexandria has received the largest gift in its 30-year history from Alexandria-based Henry Knox Field Lodge No. 349, a local Masonic Lodge. Henry Knox Field Lodge

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How this cold spell stacks up to past winters
Jan 05,2018

While this isn’t a winter for the record books just yet, the D.C. region is in the middle of one of the longest cold spells it’s seen in years. Since Christmas Day, the average high temperature in the D.C. area




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