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Cost Increases For Potomac Yard Metro Project
Apr 06,2018

The Potomac Yard Metro project is moving closer to construction, but first the Alexandria City Council must approve the revised budget. The council is reviewing changes to the project ahead of approving the revised funding agreement on April 10. The $320 million

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Childhood home of Robert E. Lee listed at $8.5M
Apr 06,2018

The boyhood home of Confederate general Robert E. Lee has spent stints as a high-society gathering place, museum and most recently, private family home — and it's now up for sale. The Washington Post reports owners Mark and Ann Kington


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Naomi Wadler, Alexandria Gun Control Activist, Appears On Ellen
Apr 06,2018

Before the March for Our Lives rally on March 24, Naomi Wadler was an 11-year-old fifth grader who helped organize a walkout at George Mason Elementary School in Alexandria. But by delivering a speech

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Airbnb starts collecting 'hotel' tax from some Va. renters
Apr 06,2018

In a first-of-its-kind deal for a locality in Virginia, Airbnb is now collecting — on behalf of Alexandria — "hotel" taxes from short-term renters of private residences in the city.


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As Amazon Considers White Flint Site, Part-Owners Say They're Being Squeezed Out - Source Washingtonian
Apr 03,2018

Amazon has yet to decide whether it will bring its new headquarters to the Washington area - but the prospect is already front and center in a legal skirmish involving one of Washington’s biggest names.

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Silent Auction to Benefit Great Falls Schools - Source Connection news papers
Apr 03,2018

The Celebrate Great Falls Foundation (CGFF) annual golf tournament includes a silent auction that has grown from just a handful of items generating a couple of thousand dollars

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Alexandria Named One Of The South's Prettiest Cities - Source Patch
Apr 03,2018

The South has no shortage of spectacular views, from sunny beaches to historic towns and sweeping farmlands. Southern Living Magazine narrowed down the plethora of choices to 15

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Elizabeth Bennett-Parker runs for council
Mar 30,2018

Elizabeth Bennett-Parker, co-leader of the nonprofit Together We Bake, announced her run for Alexandria City Council at the Alexandria Democratic Committee’s meeting on March 5. In addition to Together We Bake and the ADC, Bennett-Parker




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