Stroll outdoors for deals from 50+ boutiques.
One of the longest-running seasonal summer shopping events for independent boutiques returns with the annual Alexandria Summer Sidewalk Sale happening Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 15 - 16, 2020, throughout Old Town and Del Ray.
COVID affects fundraising efforts; virtual platform spurs creative responses for the Sept. 20 event.
The Cheshire family of Great Falls is raising its 14th Canine Companions for Independence® (CCI) service puppy.
’Defund the Police’ slogan in response to the real problems in policing may inhibit progress towards reform.
Communications experts advise that a message needs to be short and punchy to convey its intended meaning in a short period of time.
As one looks out over the public policy landscape in the midst of a seemingly out-of-control pandemic, it is easy to feel powerless and distressed at the direction of the country’s drift.
Things each of us can do to help our country right now.
Don’t sit at home with your worry beads as you consume the news.
Division to open fall semester online, then reevaluate in November.
Students will not return to school this fall.
The three prosecutors in the ultra-liberal dense urban core consisting of Alexandria, Arlington, and Fairfax have broken with their Commonwealth-wide association which includes prosecutors from less liberal places.
Saturday, Aug. 1, at approximately 11:25 a.m., units from the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department and the City of Alexandria Fire Department were dispatched for a reported house fire in the 2100 block of Rampart Drive in the Fort Hunt area of Fairfax County.
The Commonwealth Republican Women’s Club (CRWC) met briefly – with masks and social distancing – to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote in August of 1920.
I would like to express my gratitude to one of your editors Char Bah.
I want to let you know how thankful I am for Mrs. Char McCargo Bah and the many articles she has written for the Alexandria Gazette.
It is always a pleasure to shout praises to you for covering and to Char Bah for writing stories so illustrative of the Black experience in Alexandria!
The safest way to avoid COVID-19 right now is to stay apart, especially if we are sick, even just a little sick.
Formal ceremonies were nixed by the pandemic, but that didn’t hide the smiles.
On Monday, Aug. 3, Inova Mount Vernon Hospital celebrated the academic achievements of team members who were unable to ‘walk’ this year due to COVID-19.
On a recent 90-plus-degree sunny day, the narrow-leaf mountain mint outside Supervisor Dan Storck’s window at the Mount Vernon Government Center was literally buzzing.
A group of community leaders met with Colonel Michael Greenberg, Commander, US Army Fort Belvoir, to renew the Army Community Covenant on Wednesday, July 29, at Mount Vernon Country Club.
The president signed the Great American Outdoors Act into law this week, a bill championed by U.S. Sen. Mark R. Warner (D-VA).
The City of Alexandria, Department of Recreation is truly focused on working hard to safeguard our city and communities.
Rosa Landeros is the parent liaison at Mount Vernon Community School, but she says her real calling is to welcome families to the community and act as the cultural broker between the students, teachers, parents and the community.
Al’s Steakhouse owner dies at 52.
Like many Alexandrians, James Breeding was a frequent visitor to Al’s Steakhouse in Del Ray.