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Two new city efforts are designed to foster small business procurement opportunities and smooth out the permit process.
A new child care facility is now open on N. Henry Street.
City Council is expected to consider a proposal in June put together by staff.
Business, Going Green
The latest annual report for tap water delivered to the City of Alexandria shows the water complies with state and federal requirements, but its unregulated sodium levels are high.
Giant Food is offering shoppers the chance to win free groceries for a year for those shopping with reusable bags in honor of Earth Day.
Share your prayers, thoughts, concerns for those who were at the Boston Marathon Monday when explosions rocked the finish line, killing two and injuring more than 100.
Customers could see a drop in their bills with the elimination of a billing service fee.
Business, The Neighborhood Files
Where to find some of the best chocolate Easter bunnies and other sweet treats in Alexandria.
Service industry businesses such as dog walking and dog day care businesses say pay cuts and furloughs will hurt their small firms.
Two local moms slowly begin to build up their salsa and sauce business while juggling kids, husband and everything else in between.
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