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Christmas At The Old Bull & Bush

November 23, 2017

There is no shortage of Yuletide theatre this time of year, but if you’re interested in an evening of authentic merriment and Edwardian charm, you won’t find better than Christmas at the Old Bull and Bush.

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Third Annual Empty Bowls Alexandria Raises Over $65,000

November 22, 2017

ALIVE!, the oldest and largest social safety net serving the City of Alexandria, has announced that over $65,000 was raised at its 3rd Annual Empty Bowls Alexandria.

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Euille Contemplates Political Future

November 22, 2017

Former Alexandria Mayor Bill Euille left office in 2015 but his attendance at meetings and other City events has raised the question: “Are you running for something?”

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St. Lucy Project Collects A Record 20,000 lbs. Of Food For The Needy

November 21, 2017

On Sunday, Nov. 19, St. Lucy Project, a food distribution project with Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Arlington, collected an estimated 20,000 lbs. of food.

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City Of Alexandria Provides Resources To Help Stop Domestic Violence

November 20, 2017

The City of Alexandria is reminding the community about the importance of stopping domestic violence and highlighting available resources. Just weeks after the annual Silent Witness Candlelight Vigil and Memorial, a local high school student became the third Alexandrian to lose her life to domestic-related violence in two months.

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Thanksgiving Traffic Hotspots And The Best And Worst Times To Hit The Road

November 20, 2017

Call it “Terrible Turkey Traffic Tuesday,” if you will. The early evening hours on the Tuesday before Thanksgiving will earn the dubious distinction of being the worst possible times and day to travel during Thanksgiving week.

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Priest Era Ends At ARHA

November 17, 2017

Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority Chief Executive Officer Roy Priest notified the ARHA Board of Commissioners in May, 2016, that he planned to retire on Dec. 31, of that year. Last Friday, Nov. 10, 2017, 18 mobnths after that notice, was his last day as ARHA’s CEO.

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Sheriff’s Office Supports Project Sticker Shock

November 17, 2017

On Nov. 4, the Alexandria Sheriff's Office teamed up with Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition of Alexandria for Project Sticker Shock, an awareness campaign alerting adults about the consequences of buying alcohol for anyone under 21.

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American Institutes For Research To Invest $12.5 Million, Add 320 New Jobs In Arlington County

November 16, 2017

Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced that the American Institutes for Research, one of the world’s largest behavioral and social science research and evaluation organizations, will invest $12.5 million to relocate its major operations from Washington, DC to Arlington County. The project will create 320 jobs at their new location in Crystal City.

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Twenty Percent Of Area Populace Traveling This Thanksgiving Along With Nearly 51 Million Americans

November 16, 2017

The largest number of Washington area residents in a dozen years, as well as the greatest number of Americans over the selfsame period, will travel this Thanksgiving.

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