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A magnolia tree in bloom in Old Town (staff photo by Jay Westcott)

Historic Alexandria Surveys Museum-goers — “The staff at the Office of Historic Alexandria want to know how they can better support and engage residents in this year and beyond. To learn more, Alexandria’s museums are participating in a national survey of museum-goers sponsored by the American Alliance of Museums. This survey will provide data not only from Alexandria museum visitors, but also nationwide results for context.” [Alexandria Living Magazine]

Gen Z Renters Like Alexandria — “Alexandria ranks nationally in a new study on the most sought-after places for young apartment renters.” [Patch]

City Provides Covid Update — Alexandria is at a low COVID-19 community level according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The city also advised the proper storage and use of home test kits in the latest update. [City of Alexandria, Twitter]

It’s Wednesday — Rain starting in the afternoon. High of 63 and low of 45. Sunrise at 7:08 a.m. and sunset at 7:24 p.m. [Weather.gov]

Recent Stories

Alexandria Police have released the identities of the two men killed on Insterstate 495 near Telegraph Road on May 12. Abdellah Bougrine, 54, of Alexandria, and Driss Bougrine, 59, of…

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Alexandria parents should consider breastfeeding and using cow’s milk for short periods during the nationwide baby formula shortage, according to the Alexandria Health Department (AHD). Those were just a couple…

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