Display chronicles historic library protest
It was a peaceful protest, virtually ignored by newspapers across the country.
Chance for gold in 4x100m final Aug. 6
Alexandria’s Noah Lyles, one of the most talked about athletes leading up to the Tokyo Olympic Games, left the world’s biggest athletic stage with a bronze medal in the men’s 200-meter final Aug. 4 at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo.
After more than a year of virtual meetings, the Rotary Club of Alexandria gathered in person to formally install Pam De Candio as the 93rd club president at the organization’s July 27 meeting at Belle Haven Country Club.
Lindsey Swanson and Katey Halasz honored as Living Legends
When 18-year-old Kelley Swanson died just a few weeks after her graduation from T.C. Williams High School in 2005, her family wanted her spirit of giving and desire to help others to continue.
Contrabands and Freedmen Cemetery is the first Virginia site added to African American Civil Rights Network
They were fleeing the bondage of slavery.
New ALIVE! distribution site opens July 17
David Wynne stands on the sidewalk outside William Ramsay Recreation Center with his clicker.
Aces’ Hammond is lone female Ripken League coach
Jennifer Hammond may be the new kid on the block when it comes to the coaching staff of the Alexandria Aces, but she is no stranger to a baseball field.
Chamber honors young business leaders
Alexandria’s business community gathered July 15 at The Alexandrian Hotel to celebrate the Chamber ALX’s 40 Under 40 class of 2021 honorees.
For decades, Lorraine Lloyd has been a fixture in the City of Alexandria.
The Washington, D.C., Pro chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists announced the recipients of its 2021 Dateline Awards for journalism excellence June 15 in a virtual presentation.
James Kunder of Alexandria was recently (June 4th) commissioned as an ensign in the United States Navy upon completion of Officer Candidate School in Newport, Rhode Island.
St. Martin de Porres Senior Center reopens; HomeAid Northern Virginia helps in rebuilding lives.
St. Martin de Porres Senior Center wasn’t quite open officially for regular activities, but it didn’t stop the regulars from showing up for the ribbon cutting to celebrate the recent renovation on May 25.
A town called War in McDowell County, West Virginia is surrounded by hilly mountains, and it also sits in the valley of the mountains with a population of less than 1,000 people.
Following a year of quarantines, limited travel and social distancing, families are looking forward to celebrating in more traditional ways as Father’s Day approaches on June 20.
Cites family commitments, pending move; hired in January of 2017
Alexandria Police Chief Michael Brown announced he will be stepping down from his position effective June 25, leaving the department just over four years after his appointment as Chief of Police.