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Reagan National And Dulles International Served More Than 45 Million Passengers In 2016

February 15, 2017

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority reported Wednesday that Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport served 45.6 million passengers in 2016—growing 1.9 percent year-over-year to the highest annual passenger total in the two-airport system’s history.

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New AAA Foundation Study: 88% Of Young Millennials Engage In Risky Behaviors Behind The Wheel

February 15, 2017

It might come as a big surprise to fretful parents. Rookie teen drivers, as it turns out, are not the worst behaving and acting drivers on the roadways or in families today. It is their slightly older, college-aged brothers and sisters - young millennials -who are the least likely to obey the rules.

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500 Preschoolers Receive Free Dental Care Through Give Kids A Smile At NOVA’s Medical Campus

February 13, 2017

The Medical Education Campus of Northern Virginia Community College hosted the 2017 Give Kids A Smile event on Friday, Feb. 10. The event, sponsored by the Northern Virginia Dental Society, provided free dental services to more than 500 at-risk preschoolers primarily from Arlington and Fairfax counties.

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Alexandrianews.org Names David Speck The 2016 Alexandrian Of The Year

February 10, 2017

For nearly five decades, he has been a business, political and civic leader in his hometown. He retired from business at the end of last year but his commitment to Alexandria continues. For these reasons, the alexandrianews.org Board of Directors has selected David G. Speck as the 2016 Alexandrian of the Year.

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Del Ray Cafe Wins 2017 Heart Of Del Ray Award

February 10, 2017

The Del Ray Business Association presented Del Ray Cafe with its 2017 Heart of Del Ray Award, the annual award given to the business that represents the heart and soul of Del Ray. The award is determined by a public vote of neighbors and customers.

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ADL Supports Virginia’s Challenge To President’s Executive Order On Immigration and Refugees

February 10, 2017

On Feb. 8, the Anti-Defamation League on filed an amicus brief with the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia supporting the Commonwealth of Virginia’s challenge to President Donald Trump’s Executive Order on immigration and refugees.

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NOVA President Appoints Dean Of Allied Health As Acting Provost For College’s Medical Education Campus

February 10, 2017

Northern Virginia Community College President Scott Ralls named NOVA’s Allied Health Dean Andrew B. Cornell, Sr., as acting provost for the Medical Education Campus following the announcement that Provost Anne Loochtan will be leaving the college in early March.

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Session Chugs Along Through Crossover

February 8, 2017

By Virginia Senator Adam P. Ebbin (D-30) – On Tuesday, the General Assembly passed “Crossover,” the session halfway point by which each chamber must complete work on its own bills and begin considering legislation passed by the other body. The Senate has passed 8 pieces of my legislation and we’ve secured some victories for progressive values.

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The Gin Game

February 8, 2017

How do you play the hand that life has dealt you? That’s a main theme of D.L. Coburn’s two-person, two-act play, “The Gin Game.” MetroStage, known for big brassy musicals, tones it down with this dark, tragi-comedy about aging. An intimate, emotional play, it elicits just as many laughs as uncomfortable emotional outbursts.

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Citizens, First Responders Honored For Saving Cardiac Arrest Victim

February 7, 2017

Alexandria Fire Chief Robert C. Dubé, Metro General Manager/CEO Paul J. Wiedefeld and Metro Transit Police Chief Ron Pavlik today honored several people who saved the life of a cardiac arrest victim at the Braddock Road Metro Station on Jan. 31.

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