- TC Grad Schedler to Join Sister at Susquehanna University 0 comments
- Schedler To Join Sister at Susquehanna University 0 comments
- Pet Connection July 2014 0 comments
- 'They Need One-on-One Attention' 0 comments
- History: Blockade and Raids-1813 0 comments
- Commentary: Reaching Seniors in New Ways 0 comments
- The Safeway Four: Armed Robbers Sentenced
- Across Northern Virginia, Men Pull Larger Paychecks than Women
- A New Approach to Adoptions at AWLA
- Week in Alexandria: 7/23/14
- Boat Club, City Strike Deal
- TC Grad Schedler to Join Sister at Susquehanna University
- Schedler To Join Sister at Susquehanna University
- Q and A: Walton To Play Football at Fork Union Military Academy
- TC Grad Walton to Play Football at Fork Union Military Academy
- World Cup Fever
- Commentary: Reaching Seniors in New Ways
- Commentary: Come to School with Us
- Covert Matters: Rockets Red Glare
- Letter: Example of City Hall Disdain
- Letter: Find Home for Seaport Foundation
- Alexandria to Purchase Storied Waterfront Properties for $5 Million
- Moritz Named P&Z Acting Director
- New Beginning for a Failiing School
- Climbing the Pyramid: Alexandria to Launch Cost-Recovery Program
- What’s Offensive about Redskins Pride?
Q&A: Former Titans guard fan of Beyoncé, Wizards.
T.C. Williams graduate Angie Schedler to play basketball at Susquehanna University.
Former Titans guard fan of Beyoncé, Wizards.
Angie Schedler, a 2014 T.C. Williams High School graduate, was a four-year member of the school’s varsity girls’ basketball team. For two of those seasons, Schedler was teammates with her older sister, Sofie.
To The Editor: The May 21 article about your reporter asking to copy the table of contents of the city regulations and the city manager’s staff response was truly appalling. It was rude, condescending and arrogant, a thesaurus worth of negative words.
Trend is more prominent in wealthier areas.
When Lola Arce de Quintela first moved to Oakton 20 years ago, she noticed something about the way men and women arranged their professional careers around their family lives in Northern Virginia. Men took high-powered jobs with large paychecks, while women often dropped out of the workforce to take care of growing families. If women had full-time jobs, she says, they would often select positions that were not as demanding so they could focus their time and attention on their children while husbands and fathers pulled in six-figure salaries.
New Approach to Adoptions
People seeking to adopt animals from the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria may notice some changes in the shelter's approach to adoptions. By partnering with the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to evaluate its adoption process, AWLA discovered that some of its previous policies and procedures were likely screening out people who could have been great adopters.