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ACPS Names Teacher And Principal Of The Year

April 13, 2018

Alexandria City Public Schools has named T. C. Williams High School physics teacher Laura Simons as its 2018 Teacher of the Year and George Washington Middle School’s Jesse Mazur as 2018 Principal of the Year. Both were also named as finalists for The Washington Post 2018 Outstanding Teacher and Principal of the Year.

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Senior Services Of Alexandria announces $230,000 Caring Connection Campaign

April 12, 2018

The City of Alexandria’s senior population has grown to over 22,000 individuals - and more than 5,000 of these seniors live alone! Working in partnership with the Division of Aging and Adult Services, Senior Services of Alexandria delivers more than 48,000 meals to our community’s homebound seniors annually, providing this critical service 365 days a year.

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City Of Alexandria Resumes Street Resurfacing Program

April 12, 2018

On Monday, April 16, the City of Alexandria will resume its street resurfacing program for the season. Street resurfacing is a complete repaving and replacement of street asphalt, from curb to curb. 

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VDOT To Renew I-66 Bridge In Rosslyn

April 12, 2018

Crews are beginning work to rehabilitate the I-66 bridge between the Rosslyn Tunnel and the Washington, D.C. line, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation.

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Alexandria CPS Hotline Worker Named 2018 Ally In Prevention Award Winner

April 10, 2018

Cindi Christensen has been named a 2018 Ally in Prevention by SCAN of Northern Virginia. Leon Harris, NBC4, presented the 16th Annual Allies in Prevention Awards at a luncheon on April 6. Christensen is the lead social worker for the City of Alexandria’s CPS Hotline.

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Virginia Students Outperform Nationwide Peers On 2017 National Assessment Of Educational Progress

April 10, 2018

Virginia fourth graders outperformed their nationwide peers in mathematics and reading on the 2017 National Assessment of Educational Progress. The national tests — also known as the Nation’s Report Card — are taken every two years by representative samples of fourth- and eighth-grade students in each state and nationwide.

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Warner, Kaine Statement On Threat President Trump’s Trade War Would Pose To Virginia Farmers & Families

April 5, 2018

U.S. Senators Mark Warner and Tim Kaine (both D-VA) today raised concerns after Virginia’s Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services confirmed that proposed tariffs could hurt Virginia businesses and employees, as China is the Commonwealth’s biggest export market for agricultural goods.

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Scholarship Fund Of Alexandria Awards $24,000 College Scholarship To T. C. Senior Anya Faruki

April 4, 2018

The Scholarship Fund of Alexandria awarded its largest 2018 College Scholarship, the $24,000 Loti Dunn Scholarship, to T. C. Williams senior Anya Faruki on April 3. The scholarship will help Ms. Faruki afford the cost of college over the next four years.

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Airports Authority Names David Huchler New Police Chief

April 2, 2018

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority on Monday named law enforcement veteran David Huchler as its new Chief of Police. Huchler joins the Airports Authority after two decades of distinguished service with the Alexandria Police Department.

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City Advocacy On Maryland’s “New Nice Bridge” Project Maintains Tall Ship Visits

March 28, 2018

Tall ships will continue to visit Alexandria's shores due to the work of City officials who responded to the initial plans for the development of a new bridge connecting Charles County in Maryland and King George County in Virginia.

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