Experts are asking parents to avoid letting their kids have play dates with friends during the ongoing coronavirus outbreak despite the weather’s getting nicer and schools are closed. Allison Lowry, the program manager of child abuse and neglect prevention services at Fairfax County, Virginia’s Department of Family Services, said on keeping kids away from in-person visits with friends, “It’s hard. It’s really hard.” Continue reading “Experts Urge Parents To Avoid Play Dates For Their Kids”
A new mobile app, Alex311, has been launched by Alexandria, Virginia. This new mobile app enables users to request municipal services as the city works to improve its response to community issues. When the city receives a request, such as for repairing a pothole, it will send an email with a summary of the action that needs to be taken and the expected date the issue will be tended to. But the city said that the app isn’t for emergencies. Call or text 911 for immediate police, fire or emergency medical assistance. Continue reading “New Mobile App Launched By Alexandria For City Services”
Take A Closer Look At 4627 9th St S
If you’re thinking about detached homes in 22307 in Fairfax County and forking over about $779,000, you should take a look at this listing in Belle Haven Terrace. If you use Nesbitt Realty as your agent when buying this home, Nesbitt Realty will pay you $4,759.
Located at the corner of S. Washington and Prince Streets, The Lyceum is a historic structure that collects, preserves, and interprets the history and culture of Alexandria and the surrounding community.
Sushi Jin Next Door is opening a third location in Alexandria, Virginia. Sushi Jin opened its first restaurant in Silver Spring in 2006 and now has a second location in Woodbridge. The new location will be part of the West Alex mixed-use development at King Street and North Beauregard Street. Continue reading “Alexandria Welcomes Sushi Jin”