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Nina Greene dies suddenly at 54.
Alexandria resident dies.
Brook leads 10-0 shutout of Thunderbolts
The Alexandria Aces have advanced to the finals of the Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League with a two-game sweep of the Silver Spring Thunderbolts in the semi final playoffs.
City marks 18th anniversary of 9-11 attacks.
Hannah Krumreich, 27, of Vienna wins the Marine Corps Marathon 10K Oct. 27 in Arlington.
City marks 19th anniversary of 9-11 attacks.
It remains the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history: an unimaginable act of terrorism that took the lives of 13 Alexandria residents on Sept. 11, 2001.
APD K-9 Taz to receive body armor.
The Alexandria Police Department’s K-9 Taz, a 2-year old German Shepherd who was imported from Hungary, will receive a bullet and stab protective vest, thanks to a donation from local residents Chuck and Cathy Rey and the nonprofit organization Vested Interest in K-9s, Inc.
Aces season opens at Frank Mann Field.
The Alexandria Aces baseball team opened its 2022 season with a decisive 8-4 victory over the Cropdusters...
Recent T.C. graduate dies at 18
Tommy Lacey was a towering figure.
SROs removed against ACPS recommendation
The Alexandria City Council formally approved City Manager Mark Jinks’ proposed $770.7 million operating budget for 2022, which eliminates funding for School Resource Officers in Alexandria City Public Schools.
Hundreds turn out to surprise 4-year-old cancer survivor.
Happy Hour raises funds for APD K-9s.
Friendship Firehouse wraps up food delivery.
Members of the Friendship Veterans Fire Engine Association wrapped up a 6-week period of delivering over 600 meals to Alexandria firefighters with a donation of lunches June 5 from Foster’s Grille.
Principle Gallery debuts new Torpedo Factory artists.
The Principle Gallery on King Street, in partnership with the Torpedo Factory Art Center, hosted an opening reception for an exhibit showcasing artwork by recently juried artists selected to be a part of Torpedo Factory Art Center...
Safety protocols in place as trolley service resumes
After a more than a year-long pause in operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Alexandria’s King Street Trolley resumed service July 5.