Alexandria property taxes, fees may go up under new budget

Property taxes would go up in Alexandria, and residents may be hit with new and higher fees, under a budget proposal for the coming fiscal year. "Alexandria is at a crossroads," said City Manager Mark Jinks.
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Day workers in Va. worried about new immigration enforcement

Newly-tightened immigration enforcement policies are having a dramatic effect on local day workers, and centers which strive to match employers with temporary laborers.
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Alexandria-Arlington community calendar, Feb. 24-March 2, 2017

FRIDAY, FEB. 24 Alexandria Symphony Orchestra program Concert by kindergartners through fifth graders enrolled in the composition workshop, led by Simpatico members. 6-7 p.m. John
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Southside 815 sister opens in Del Ray

Love is in the air at Northside 10, Del Ray’s newest neighborhood bar and restaurant at 10 E. Glebe Rd. It is the sister location to Old Town staple Southside 815
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Obama, Ivanka Trump joined by new Kalorama neighbor

The District’s Kalorama neighborhood has long been home to diplomats and lower-profile power players, but the roster of residents has gone high-profile lately.
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Bishop Ireton Girls Lacrosse Ready To Get 2017 Season Started

Last May Bishop Ireton won their second Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title in three years; advanced to their third-straight Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association state
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