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Government, Schools, The Neighborhood Files, Summer
City government will be closed on Monday, May 27 in observance of Memorial Day
Government, Schools, The Neighborhood Files
Alexandria City Public Schools officials hope new building will help spur turnaround at struggling school.
Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files
Duke is a fun-loving, young miniature pinscher mix who gets along well with everyone and is looking for his new family.
Government, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
Bill would streamline the military-to-civilian licensing process for certain occupations.
Police & Fire, The Neighborhood Files
Suzanne Laboy speaks with reporters about her husband's recovery from a Feb. 27 gunshot wound to the head.
The Neighborhood Files, Awareness
About 300 participants helped raise money for cancer research in weekend event.
The Neighborhood Files
If you draw the Powerball winning numbers in Saturday’s lottery, you could score $550 million, or a $350 million one-time payout.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
City hosts three pit stops for bicycle commuters coming into, out of and through Alexandria.
See what your neighbors in Alexandria, Arlington, Falls Church and McLean are selling Friday through Sunday, May 17 - 19.
The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections, Awareness
American Cancer Society fundraiser begins Saturday afternoon and will run through the night.
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