Morning Notes

Beyer Bill Would Make Police Misconduct Allegations and Settlements Public — “The Cost of Police Misconduct Act would create a public database of all misconduct allegations and settlements.” [Vox]

Del Ray Artist Creates Tiny Fairy Homes — “Thanks to a young Del Ray artist, fairy houses and businesses are popping up all around the neighborhood. Kate Young, who is also known as the ‘fairy realtor’ first started a magical project in 2017, but it has grown a larger set of wings during the COVID-19 pandemic.” [Alexandria Living Magazine]

GW Offers Healthcare Training to T.C. Students — “Students with the  Governor’s Health Sciences Academy (GHSA) at T.C. Williams High School will soon have the opportunity to expand their career options. The George Washington University (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) has received a $700,000 grant from the Commonwealth of Virginia to create a new Community Medi-Corps Program in Alexandria.” [Zebra]

Toy Giveaway Adjusts for Pandemic — “The pandemic has changed so many annual traditions this year, but it didn’t stop one organization in Alexandria, Virginia, from having its Winter Wonderland event.” [WTOP]

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Morning Notes

Del Ray Italian restaurant to close — “Rosemarino D’Italia will close its doors after Wednesday, July 28 at its Alexandria location in Del Ray, after serving up Italian cuisine to…

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