Real Estate Sales & Rental Info At And Around Canal Place in Old Town Alexandria

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Learn Secrets Of Successful Business Through The Owners Of The Uptowner

Owners Du and Lee Choe of The Uptowner Coffee Shop have been married 23 years

The faces behind some of the most recognizable businesses in Alexandria have found a way to navigate the challenges of working together while keeping their love alive. The owners of The Uptowner share their secrets to maintaining both a successful business and a happy relationship. Continue reading “Learn Secrets Of Successful Business Through The Owners Of The Uptowner”

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High School Renaming Process Launched By School Board

The Alexandria school board unanimously voted on July 10 to begin the process to rename T.C. Williams High School. The decision was in response to a 100-signature petition the school board received on June 15 requesting that T.C. Williams be renamed. The school is named for Thomas Chambliss Williams, a former Alexandria City Public Schools superintendent who served from the 1930s to 1963 and was a noted segregationist. Continue reading “High School Renaming Process Launched By School Board”

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Law Enforcement Personnel Show Appreciation For Health Workers In Alexandria

Law enforcement personnel from across the region descended upon Inova Alexandria Hospital in the early evening hours of April 28 to show their appreciation for healthcare workers during the COVID-19 crisis. Hospital CEO Dr. Rina Bansal said, “This is amazing. If we talk about one community, this is truly one community. To see our first responders appreciating our health care workers truly warms my heart.” Continue reading “Law Enforcement Personnel Show Appreciation For Health Workers In Alexandria”

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Alexandria Takes Steps To Protect The Vulnerable

The most vulnerable during the COVID-19 pandemic are those of any age with compromised immune systems and seniors over the age of 60. As “social distancing” becomes the new normal, these vulnerable still need human interaction and extra care. With Virginia Governor Ralph Northam urging all residents to remain in their homes during the state of emergency, many seniors, particularly those in senior living facilities, are being cut off from family members and friends. Continue reading “Alexandria Takes Steps To Protect The Vulnerable”

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Water Taxi Commuters In Alexandria Will Have Expanded Hours

The Potomac Riverboat Company has been allowed by the Alexandria City Council to begin operating its water taxi commuter service a half-hour earlier at 6 a.m. instead of 6:30 a.m. The decision came after what the council said was a successful change to hours of operation during the Metro platform improvement project. Continue reading “Water Taxi Commuters In Alexandria Will Have Expanded Hours”

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