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Friends of Rocky Versace to host 18th annual event in Del Ray.
Wegmans, Carlyle Crossing break ground.
D-Day survivor recalls the Battle of Normandy.
’71 Titan football star was 65.
Becomes first African American named to three-year term.
Gary Powers Jr. details U-2 incident.
Open carry hike held in wake of new gun ordinance
A group of Fairfax County residents gathered Sept. 19 at the Dyke Marsh Wildlife Preserve for what was billed as an open carry hike along the Mount Vernon Trail in protest of the recent Board of Supervisors vote to ban guns on public property.
Mary Moran, a longtime Alexandria resident who relocated in recent years to Leonardtown, Md., died Oct. 1 following a brief battle with pancreatic cancer.
Controversial statue relocated to an undisclosed location.
For 131 years, the lone figure stood at the intersection of Washington and Prince streets in Old Town.
Local veteran honored as TAPS marks 25 years of support for survivors.
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.
Julius Campbell, ’71 Titan, dies at 65.
Rotarians raise $75k for local nonprofits.
McClellan to keynote Friendship Firehouse breakfast.
Community gardens grow in popularity.
With warmer temperatures settling in across the region, gardeners have taken to the outdoors, with community gardens growing in popularity across the city.
Holiday promotion supports local businesses.
Small Business Saturday, a movement that began 10 years ago in an effort to drive holiday shoppers to small businesses on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, has expanded into the first Alexandria Shop Small Week.
Holocaust survivor recalls flight from ‘Warsaw Ghetto’ and occupied Poland
Sam Ponczak was just shy of two years old when Nazi Germany invaded Poland on Sept. 1, 1939.
Fundraiser goes virtual to support local nonprofits
The Rotary Club of Alexandria’s Taste For Giving, an annual fundraiser that supports dozens of local charities providing crucial services throughout the city, will be held virtually this year due to COVID-19 restrictions on large social gatherings.
Giant Food, Myron Mixon raise funds for USO.
Fort Ward, Myers honored by Archeological Commission.