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Virginia American Water Invests $630,000 In Cambridge And Vassar Roads Water Main Replacements in Alexandria

February 20, 2018

Virginia American Water is making a $630,000 investment to enhance water service for customers on Cambridge and Vassar Roads in the Clover-College Park section of the City of Alexandria.

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Alexandria GW Birthday Parade Honors First Responders

February 20, 2018

Alexandria has held a parade in honor of George Washington’s birthday since 1800. This year, in recognition of the 286th anniversary of the first president’s birth, the parade’s grand marshals were the first responders who came to the aid of victims in the Simpson Field shooting last summer.

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Dulles International, Reagan National Airports Report Another Year Of Record Passenger Growth

February 20, 2018

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority today announced 2017 year-end passenger traffic totaling 46.6 million for the two-airport system, continuing the trend of domestic and international growth at Dulles International and Reagan National Airports.

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Lady Titans Three-Peat As District Champions

February 19, 2018

The T. C. Williams High School girls’ basketball team captured the Gunston District Championship title Friday night with a 52-32 victory over Hayfield, winning their third consecutive championship. The Lady Titans compete next in the regional quarterfinals at home on Feb. 21.

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Prepare For Snowy Saturday Despite Warm Friday

February 17, 2018

After a warm end of the week, Virginia Department of Transportation crews are preparing for snow and sleet that is forecasted to fall starting midday Saturday. Drivers should monitor forecasts and plan ahead for dropping temperatures. See National Weather Service forecast.

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T. C. Boys Win Regional Track And Field Championship

February 16, 2018

The T. C. Williams boys’ indoor track and field team won the Occoquan Region Championship by a decisive margin on Feb. 14. The T. C. Williams girls’ team finished as regional runners-up, missing top honors by six points.

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T. C. Junior Wins Governor’s 2018 STEM Phenom Award

February 16, 2018

Governor Ralph Northam and Science Museum of Virginia Chief Wonder Officer Richard Conti today announced the 2018 Outstanding STEM Award recipients. Six individuals were selected for their scientific contributions which help strengthen Virginia’s position as a leader in science, technology, engineering and math fields.

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T.C. Junior Named Finalist In 2018 National Geographic Student Photo Contest – People’s Choice

February 15, 2018

Beck Moniz, a junior at T. C. Williams High School is a finalist in the 2018 National Geographic Student Photo Contest People’s Choice. Voting is open through the end of February. 

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Electric “Double Dipping” Proposal Creates Controversy

February 13, 2018

One of the most debated and controversial bills of the legislative session, SB 966, passed the Senate on a 26 to 13 vote on Friday, Feb. 9.

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New Report Shows Historic Preservation Tax Credits Boost Virginia’s Economy

February 13, 2018

Two just-completed studies show the sustained and substantial contribution preservation makes to Virginia’s economy through the incentives of state historic rehabilitation tax credits to repurpose and recycle old buildings.

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