ALEXANDRIA, Va. — In 2008, this HAWK signal debuted at the intersection of N. Van Dorn Street and Maris Avenue, yet motorists still seem puzzled by it. Recently, while waiting for the bus, the HAWK signal (High intensity Activated crossWalK) was activating about every minute without intervention. That gave me a chance to see about
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ALEXANDRIA, Va. —ALEXANDRIA, Va. — I added this after the fact for posterity. It snowed 2¼ inches and I measured on my patio because it was dry when the storm started — the yard still had leftover snow from the Fat Presidents Storm.
D.C. – it’s more than just a brewery town now as a second distillery has opened. We already know about New Columbia Distillers and Cactocin Creek in Northeast and Loudoun County, respectively. They now have a few competitors. In the District Back on January 8, another distillery, One Eight | @OneEightD, arrived in Northeast Washington.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The biggest snowfall of the 2014-2015 winter to date began on Presidents Day and is ending on Fat Tuesday, thus it’s the Fat President Storm. The total here is 6¾ inches. That’s beautiful white powder too; Charles De Marr would be awed by the street value. I strongly considered driving to Massanutten