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End of Metro shutdown is 'sigh of relief' for Alexandria businesses
Sep 13,2019

Metro riders are celebrating the end of the long summertime shutdown of six rail stations Monday, and local businesses are too — offering deals for returning commuters.

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Alexandria seminary starts slavery reparations fund
Sep 13,2019

An Episcopal seminary in northern Virginia is starting a $1.7 million reparations fund to make up for its reliance on slave labor in in the 19th century. The Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria announced


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Study will take a long, hard look at threat of flooding in Northern Virginia
Sep 13,2019

Some Northern Virginia communities along the Potomac River, including Old Town, Bell Haven and the Fort Hunt area, are no strangers to the threat of flooding. These communities are part of a $3.5 million

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National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists Named From Alexandria
Sep 13,2019

Eight seniors at Alexandria schools are among the 16,000 semifinalists named for the 2020 National Merit Scholarship competition. Semifinalists from T.C. Williams High School are Riley M. Casagrande


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Two shipping containers to form Alexandria’s newest waterfront bar
Sep 13,2019

The revitalized pier at Old Town Alexandria's newest waterfront development will feature a bar and lounge carved out of shipping containers. Alexandria Restaurant Partners has largely locked down

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Regular Parking Fees Return After Metro Shutdown In Alexandria
Sep 06,2019

Once the Metro shutdown ends after Sept. 8, regular parking rates at Alexandria's city-owned parking garages and lots. City Council approved lower parking fees for weekends and weekday

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Dogs can take late summer swim at Alexandria's 'Itty Bitty Doggie Dive'
Sep 06,2019

Dog owners can treat their pooches to a late summer dip at the Virginia city of Alexandria’s annual Itty Bitty Doggie Dive. Dogs under 25 pounds will have a pool

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Northern Virginia power crews head toward brunt of Dorian
Sep 06,2019

Though the future of Hurricane Dorian remains unclear, Dominion Energy crews from Northern Virginia are ready to help in areas that are expected to be most affected.




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