On March 11, the Alexandria Transit Company will celebrate 29 years of Driving Alexandria Safely Home. Customers who ride DASH on Tuesday, March 12 will receive a small gift of appreciation for their support
Evan Donnelly ’05 encouraged the student-athletes to support and motivate each other.
St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School graduate Evan Donnelly ’05 addressed the subject of leadership as the guest speaker
Fourteen exceptional Alexandrians will be honored at the sixth annual Meet the Legends reception at the U.S. Patent and Trade Office, 600 Dulaney Street, Alexandria on March 21, 6 p.m.
Welcomed into the Living Legends of Alexandria "Class of 2013" will be Willie F. Bailey Sr., Kathryn A. Brown and Marlin
The wife of the Alexandria police officer who was shot in the head during a routine traffic stop Feb. 27 says her husband "continues to amaze" his doctors and nurses at Washington Hospital Center.
Suazanne Laboy, the wife of 17-year veteran cop Peter Laboy, 45, has created a website called
The heavy wet snow began falling around midnight Tuesday and is expected to dump 4-8 inches of snow on Alexandria and the DC area Wednesday, causing school and office closings across the region. Alexandria Public Schools will be closed Wednesday.
Impacts from the storm range from travel disruptions and power outages caused by heavy snow to coastal
George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate has announced a $10 million gift from Washington financier David M. Rubenstein for The Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington.
Mount Vernon's new President & CEO, Curt Viebranz, closed the deal on Friday, February 22,