- Lorton: More than a Game
- Alexandria: Making of a Megachurch
- Alexandria: War of Passive Aggression
- Alexandria: Rotary Club Accepting Grant Applications
- ‘Mercy Street’ Shines Light on Alexandria
- Sponsored: The Graduate School of Education & Human Development at The George Washington University
- Sponsored: New Addition to Middleburg Real Estate/Atoka Properties
- Arlington: Breaking Through
- Alexandria: ASC to Host Aces’ DeSilva Feb. 16
- West Springfield Gymnastics Wins Conference 7 Championship
- Great Falls: Langley Boys’ Swim and Dive Wins Region Championship
- Reston: Heading for State
- Letter: Failure to Perform
- Letter: Lodge a Protest or Pick a President
- Commentary: A Debatable Deal
- Potomac Column: Better Ingredients, Better Outcomes
- Editorial: Limiting Local Authority
- Burke and Fairfax: House Passes Filler-Corn Legislation Helping Pediatric Cancer Survivors
- Arlington: Completing the Street
- Proffers in Danger?
- Arlington: Consultants Unveil Draft Plan for Lee Highway
- Alexandria: Ethics Reform Roils Council
In Lorton, Monopoly tournament tests skills against chance.
Almost 100 players gathered at the Woodbridge Moose Lodge 583 in Lorton on Saturday, Feb. 6 for the ninth year to play a friendly but serious game of Monopoly.
Alfred Street Baptist Church prepares for 181,151-square-foot expansion.
On Sundays, Alfred Street Baptist Church, one of the city’s oldest black churches, is one of the most popular spots in Alexandria’s Historic District. According to Deacon James Garrett, the church has added more than 3,000 new members over the last eight years. If all goes according to plan, it’s going to get a little more spacious inside Alexandria’s historic Alfred Street Baptist Church, but some residents are concerned it comes at the cost of crowding their neighbors.
Weekly happenings in Fairfax.
South rises again in Alexandria to fight renaming streets and moving memorial.
Speakers at a city meeting compared the potential plans to de-Confederate Alexandria to everything from the backlash against soldiers returning home to Vietnam to ISIS and the Taliban. At the second meeting of the Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Confederate Memorials and Street Names, a public comment section sparked tensions and highlighted a deep divide in how Alexandrians still view a war over 150 years ended.
Deadline is Feb. 26.
The Rotary Club of Alexandria is accepting applications for its annual Grants Program which provides financial support to nonprofit organizations that advance literacy for children and adults or improves the lives of children, youth, seniors and others with special needs in the Alexandria community.