Students at Our Savior Lutheran School will join thousands of their peers across the country to celebrate Lutheran Schools Week beginning on Sunday, March 5 and continuing through Friday, March 10.
A year ago (Valentine’s Day weekend 2016) our kids arrived back home from a sleepover to find a large cardboard box. "We got you some treats,” we said, “they’re very tasty.”
In April 2017, Esne, "son" of Alexandria residents Max Rotermund and Susan Dawson, will turn 20 years old.
Mirabelle, a dressage-trained Thoroughbred mare, keeps an eye on things out in Accokeek, Md., where her owner, Michel Gauthier, stables her so he can make the quick trip across the Woodrow Wilson Bridge for a ride or to give lessons.
We recently adopted best friends, Groucho and Gordy, from the barn where I keep my horse. They are now warm and happy Alexandria residents.
Elvis, The King, reigns at Starbucks.
Timmy Boy, headed out to a job interview as a squirrel exterminator.
Our 12-year-old lab mix Guinness relaxing with "her" own pet, our 6-year-old cat Cannoli; they are best of friends.
This is Guinness, son of Scott and Henni Collins of Alexandria.
SSA gala to honor family community service.
The proverb “charity begins at home” describes the family of 100-year-old William Charity and the decades of community service inspired by the patriarch’s example of service to others.
Obituary: Ann Oneida Jones Dempsey
Colonel Richard Bonner Trumbo, Ph.D., U.S. Air Force (retired), died Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017, from complications of dementia.
Principal of Waynewood Elementary School, Jamie Meier, and volunteer student crossing guard assistants presented Barbara Taylor with a bouquet of flowers on Crossing Guard Appreciation Day, Wednesday, Feb. 8.
Over the weekend, firefighters from Fire Station 13, Dunn Loring, went to a very special birthday party.