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National Association of State Directors of Special Education moves to Reinekers Lane from Diagonal Road.
Business, The Neighborhood Files
Teen hearth-throb skips White House Correspondents Dinner after-parties for quiet steak dinner with friends at The Majestic.
Proceeds from sales on May 19, as well as other activities, will go toward a boutique-selected charity.
Business, Patch's House & Home
A sampling of local newly-listed homes in downtown Alexandria.
Business, Readers' Choice
The Healing Tree received the most comments and user reviews this week.
According to a Northern Virginia Magazine report, the Neighborhood Restaurant Group is considering sprucing up the former Barkley Square patio for a rotating lineup of pop-up restaurants.
Thanks to warm weather and a robust business the last two years, First Night Alexandria's board votes to donate to T.C. Williams High School and Francis Hammond and George Washington middle schools.
Government, Business, Arts
Zoe Boutique and Diva Designer Consignments help get the word out through Denim Day, April 25, and the Clothesline Project.
Virginia American Water and Alexandria Renew Enterprises will begin billing customers separately beginning in October.
Asian housewares business will temporarily move into commercial space at Lofts of Del Ray.
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