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Beth Lawton

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Beth Lawton is publisher of Alexandria Living Magazine. She has also founded Canoe Media Services, a content marketing agency based in Alexandria. She has worked for several online-only news publications and small businesses in editorial, marketing and business development roles, including the Lawrence Journal-World and KUSports.com, MKE in Milwaukee, The V.I. Source in the U.S. Virgin Islands and AOL's Patch.com. She also worked at the Newspaper Association of America, where she ran the Digital Edge Awards and blog, the Online Publishing Update and more. She graduated from Washington University (in St. Louis) and Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism with a digital media storytelling focus — and she would go back to either in a heartbeat. 

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Alexandria Living Magazine

The Jefferson Davis Highway speed limit will drop from 35 to 25 MPH starting Aug. 20 as part of Alexandria's Vision Zero Action Plan. more

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Alexandria Living Magazine

City residents will need to switch from Pango to ParkMobile to pay for parking through their phone. more

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Local Realtors see higher demand and higher prices if Amazon's second headquarters comes to Alexandria. more

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City officials say plans are not finalized for one of Alexandria's major east-west arteries. more

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Homeowners will have to pay occupancy taxes, get permits to continue offering their homes for rent. more

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Howard Hughes Corp. and Sears may be working together for a more complete redevelopment of the former Landmark Mall. more

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The future is unknown for the still-vacant office building on 16 acres. more

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Boutique jewelry store will showcase the work of U.S. artists, host classes. more

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New major medical facility could come to Alexandria's West End as part of the Landmark Mall redevelopment. more

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One of Alexandria's major east-west corridors is slated for repaving soon, opening opportunities for improvements and changes. more

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After a public debate and national 'Save the View' campaign, Mount Vernon and Dominion will work together. more

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Alexandria residents are divided over dockless bicycle sharing as a pilot program in Washington, DC continues. more

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Trusted experts weigh in on historic renovation options and solutions. more

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Residents were told not to touch the dangerous plant; it will be removed shortly. more

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Alexandria Living Magazine

Mayoral candidates split the city, winning 14 precincts each in a close race. more

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Until now, officials could not officially announce the project. more

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3 Republican candidates for U.S. Senate, 12 City Council candidates and 2 running for Mayor are on the June 12 primary ballot. more

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Brewhouse, restaurant and test kitchen was open for more than a year in Alexandria's West End. more

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Redesigning major intersections, reducing cut-through traffic and improving pedestrian safety are among the recommendations from city staff and residents. more

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There was a slight increase in the number of people experiencing homelessness from 2017 to 2018, but overall trends are down. more

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