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Travel and Leisure Promotes Alexandria as Road Trip Destination — “An easy four-hour drive from New York and just ten minutes from the nation’s capital, the waterfront city balances the sophistication of an urban metropolis with the neighborly vibes of a small town.” [Travel and Leisure]

Inova Could be Rezoned as Single Family Homes — “Current plans call for the hospital property to be sold and rezoned for single family homes and townhomes, according to information provided by the City of Alexandria.” [Alexandria Living Magazine]

Del Ray Decorated With Holiday Cards — “The streets are lined with over 30 cards made of plywood and paint. The increase in cards from previous years comes from being at home due to COVID-19.” [WFXR]

Vaccine Distribution Starts Across Virginia — “As of Sunday, 38,172 vaccine doses have been administered in Virginia.” [Patch]

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