The new beetle is called Cantharis sheraldi Steury.
“I knew the second I saw it that it was none of the species I had ever seen before in the park, and probably none of the species known from the Eastern United States” said Brent Steury, Natural Resources Program Manager for the George Washington Memorial Parkway, a National Park site in Fairfax and Arlington counties, Virginia.
Senior Services of Alexandria’s Groceries to Go Program brings people together.
March wasn’t an easy month for any of us.
The City of Alexandria and the Alexandria African American Hall of Fame invite the public to purchase personalized bricks to create a memorial walkway recognizing the 100th anniversary of Parker-Gray High School.
The strains of “God Bless America” were the last words anyone would hear from Capt. Humbert “Rocky” Versace before he was executed Sept. 26, 1963, while a prisoner of war in Vietnam.
ALIVE! receives donated shipping container.
Mayor Justin Wilson was among those on hand Sept. 14 when the nonprofit ALIVE! was formally presented with a refrigerated shipping container from AMX Leasing, the trailer/tractor arm of Abilene Motor Express.
City marks 19th anniversary of 9-11 attacks.
It remains the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history: an unimaginable act of terrorism that took the lives of 13 Alexandria residents on Sept. 11, 2001.
Only Annie Johnson Withers could describe her own feelings when she lost a grandson and two daughters just a day apart from each other.
Linda Easley didn’t know where to turn.
Components that should be included in effective forums.
As symbols of racial tension and injustice seemed ubiquitous this summer, a group of parishioners at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Alexandria began meeting virtually to engage in dialogues about the thorny issue of race.
The Del Ray community turned out for one of its own Aug. 30 to hold a surprise drive-by celebration in honor of Ryan Bailey’s 31st birthday.
MMM meets over Zoom to enjoy classical music.
Victoria Gau sits in her unfinished basement office with the window overlooking the garden with her silk plant from Amazon, new rug and the screen blocking off the stuff she doesn’t want everyone to see.
There are many stories in Alexandria about its past and when the West End of Alexandria was rural.
Celebrating the 100th Anniversary
In September 1920, the Parker-Gray School opened for African American students grades 1–8.
City marks centennial of 19th amendment
Harry Burn was a staunch anti-suffragist.
The Alexandria Chamber of Commerce has selected Dr. Tammy Mann, President & CEO of The Campagna Center, as the 2020 Business Leader of the Year.