The 60th anniversary of Falls Road Golf Course is coming up in 2021.
Assistant GM to preview upcoming season
Mark Scialabba, Assistant General Manager, Player Development for the Washington Nationals, will be the featured speaker during a webinar presentation for the Jan. 20 Alexandria Sportsman’s Club meeting.
American Legion to host virtual 24-mile challenge
With the city’s annual George Washington Birthday Parade on hold for this year, Alexandria’s American Legion Post 24 is hosting a commemorative virtual event to honor the nation’s first commander-in-chief.
The early education of African Americans in Alexandria centered on reading, writing, arithmetic and recreation.
Springfield has its own boxing workout gym to try out the jab and the roundhouse.
Gillian Bushée flies through school's cross county record
The most challenging distance to go for Herndon High School freshman and cross country runner Gillian Bushée of Reston was the distance from her bed to the front door each morning.
Mount Vernon native Callie Brownson is now a Cleveland Browns Coach
Female NFL Coach
Race continues to support ALIVE!
The 45th annual Alexandria Turkey Trot, a Thanksgiving Day tradition that draws more than 6,000 runners to the streets of Del Ray, is moving to a virtual format for 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Warhawk Varsity Ice Hockey team lost its season opener against the Parkview / Rappahannock Patriots 6-8.
When the Fairfax Little League had to cancel its 2020 spring season due to COVID-19, all those associated with the league were naturally disappointed.
Owner ‘respectfully disagrees’ with supervisor’s findings
Hunter Mill Supervisor Walter Alcorn (D) issued a surprise statement early Friday morning, Oct. 23, ending what he termed "a good deal of uncertainty and even anxiety" among some constituents in the Reston portion of his district.
Hugs, handshakes, traveling, and gathering with friends at large events are just some of the things the current pandemic has stopped.
Running a 5K on your own or just donating improves morale
There’s power in numbers.
Fall brings with it the promise of change, falling leaves, shorter days, and cooler weather.
On Saturday, Oct. 3, approximately 230 riders joined Mount Vernon District Supervisor Dan Storck for the 5th Annual Tour de Mount Vernon.