Former City Councilman dies at 90
For decades, Connie Ring was a stalwart of public service.
Less than 3 percent of broadband spending to help low-income people gain internet access
About 15 percent of Alexandria students did not have access to the internet when the pandemic began last year, a statistic that reveals how many households in Alexandria are locked out of the modern economy.
Alexandria’s approach toward pets and their care has changed drastically over the last 75 years.
Landmark Suffragist Court Case was Decided in Alexandria
Thursday, Aug. 26 9-9:30 a.m.
Display chronicles historic library protest
It was a peaceful protest, virtually ignored by newspapers across the country.
Wild turtles need protection; enjoy them by seeing them, but leave them be.
From scratchy ancient petroglyphs to the children’s book heroine, Myrtle the turtle, to fictional superheroes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, turtles have long fascinated people.
In the Before Times, it was easy to know what to do in the face of extreme weather: Dine indoors.
McAuliffe launches DNC bus tour at Port City, dodges question about labor
The Build Back Better Bus caused quite a stir last week at Port City Brewing, and not just because of the alliteration.
As I approach my four-week anniversary of "the burning," I do so with cautious optimism that one day soon, I'll be walking upright once again and doing so without the assistance of my walker.
Marymount professor and student join ‘Heat Watch’ effort.
Enduring dangerously high temperatures, Marymount University student Bader Hakami and biology professor Susan Agolini spent a day working as community scientists.
Recent T.C. graduate dies at 18
Tommy Lacey was a towering figure.
Like an old friend that you know you can rely on year after year, Alexandria’s summer Restaurant Week is almost here once more.
On Aug. 10, the General Assembly completed work in a special session to appropriate federal pandemic funds and elect judges.
There is a map and system to where the paving goes.
August is hot, and the drivers trying to get back to a normal routine have probably hit a pothole or two out on the roads, but VDOT is out there with the paving crews, putting down pavement on 1,145 lane miles throughout the paving season, which goes until November.
Small changes in home accessories can transform a space.
When it comes to interior design, attention to even the smallest of details took on new importance over the past year.
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