Monday, March 30, 2020
Local News

Sunday Roundup: Segregation in Alexandria, Pentagon City Mall, Benefits, and More

For our Sunday roundup, we scanned the local papers, blogs, and news websites to find the most interesting stories in them you might have missed.

  • Enjoy the warm weather today but, don’t get used to it – Temperatures may approach 60 in spots today. Showers on Monday bring a return to cooler air, and a few flakes could fly before that storm has passed. (Capital Weather Gang)
  • Pentagon City opening on time today – After a power outage closed the mall early on Saturday, things are back to normal and the mall is opening on time Sunday. (WTOP)
  • Segregating classes in Alexandria – A proposal for a class-segregated pool at a new housing complex is not sitting well with Alexandria City Council. (Alexandria Gazette)
  • Prosecutors seek prison term for Virginia First Lady Maureen McDonnell – Prosecutors looking at an 18 month term for the former First Lady of Virginia. (WJLA)
  • Too poor for benefits in Alexandria – New advisory panel tackling healthcare for all. (Alexandria Gazette)
  • Local Northern Virginia group up for best Reggae album at the Grammy’s –  SOJA’s album, Amid the Noise and Haste, is nominated for a Best Reggae Album Grammy. (WUSA 9)
  • ‘Baskerville’ at the Arena Stage reviewed – Should you go see it? (Alexandria Times)
Lee Hernly, Editor
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Lee Hernly is the Founder and Editor of Port City Wire, Alexandria, Virginia's best source for hyper-local news, opinion, and events. I live in the Old Town Alexandria area with my fantastic wife and son Sam. Oh, there’s Serena & Bea too. I’m so excited to meet new readers and see where you are from! Please be sure to leave a comment with a link to your blog so I can check it out!

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