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Curry's Auto Service Opens 9th Shop in Alexandria, VA, on December 12

Curry's Auto Service Opens 9th Shop in Alexandria, VA, on December 12

 Curry's Auto Service  opened its 9th auto service and repair shop today at 616 South Pickett Street in Cameron Park, Alexandria. The new store  includes 6,100 square feet with eight service bays.

The opening of Curry's Alexandria shop marks the fourth store opening within a 12 month period for Curry's Auto Service, which is headquartered in Gainesville, VA. Already operating eight shops in Northern Virginia and one in Maryland, Curry’s Auto Service is one of the largest independent service and repair shops in the DC area. Curry's has recorded more than 4500 customer interactions each month at its shops in Arlington, Chantilly, Dulles, Fairfax City, Falls Church, Gainesville and Great Falls/Reston in Virginia and Gaithersburg, MD.    

Giant Food Voluntarily Recalls Uncle Ben's Whole Grain White Rice Garden Vegetable Packages

Giant Food Voluntarily Recalls Uncle Ben's Whole Grain White Rice Garden Vegetable Packages

 

Park Programs Make Holiday Shopping Fun and Easy for Kids

Park Programs Make Holiday Shopping Fun and Easy for Kids

From Fairfax County Park Authority:

Two Fairfax County Park Authority sites are offering special holiday shopping programs for children in December. Programs at Frying Pan Farm Park and Colvin Run Historic Site will make holiday shopping a fun and memorable experience. Kids will also gain an appreciation for the value of money as they try to stretch their pennies to fill their families' stockings.

Park Programs Make Holiday Shopping Fun and Easy for Kids

Park Programs Make Holiday Shopping Fun and Easy for Kids

From Fairfax County Park Authority:

Two Fairfax County Park Authority sites are offering special holiday shopping programs for children in December. Programs at Frying Pan Farm Park and Colvin Run Historic Site will make holiday shopping a fun and memorable experience. Kids will also gain an appreciation for the value of money as they try to stretch their pennies to fill their families' stockings.

Black Friday Shopping Tips from Fairfax County

Black Friday Shopping Tips from Fairfax County

From Fairfax County:

With the best bargain shopping day of the year nearly here, shoppers are being encouraged to start their homework now on products and prices to help separate the genuine door busters from the many ho-hum deals being promoted this year.

Black Friday Deals Start Early at JCPenney

Black Friday Deals Start Early at JCPenney

 

On Black Friday, millions of shoppers will visit jcpenney stores across the country as they kick-off their holiday shopping. Over 500 deals will be offered including over 150 styles of women’s boots at $19.99 or $29.99 each, an Xersion premium down coat for $39.88 and Nerf, Barbie and Fisher Price toys only $3.99 each.

There will also be doorbusters from 4 a.m. – 1 p.m.  

Traffic Signals Ready for Holiday Shoppers in Northern Virginia

Traffic Signals Ready for Holiday Shoppers in Northern Virginia

From VDOT News:

FREDERICKSBURG—The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) will activate its annual holiday traffic signal timing pattern to help motorists travel around 16 major shopping centers in Northern Virginia from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day.

Holiday signal timing in Northern Virginia has been in place for more than a decade to accommodate a seasonal influx of vehicles near shopping areas. The temporary pattern is created using time- and intersection-specific traffic data from previous years.

VDOT adjusts the signal timing at more than 200 intersections in Northern Virginia. Engineers will also use traffic cameras to monitor conditions around especially congested areas such as Tysons Corner and make adjustments to help keep traffic moving.