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Online forum scheduled for July 27.
An online protest for older adults is being planned via Zoom to allow seniors to “gather in solidarity and bring attention to the need to end systemic racism and push for police reform,” according to the event organizers.
The strains of “God Bless America” were the last words anyone would hear from Capt. Humbert “Rocky” Versace before he was executed Sept. 26, 1963, while a prisoner of war in Vietnam.
Absentee ballot requests increase across the state; Alexandria line moves well.
Voters across the state braved long lines and wait times in some places of several hours as early voting began Sept. 18 for the upcoming Nov. 3 general election.
2021 awards to honor women on front lines of pandemic
Nominations are now open for the 2021 Alexandria Celebrates Women Awards.
The Alexandria Aces took on the Gaithersburg Giants June 8 in the opening game at Frank Mann Field, losing to their Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League rivals 10-7.
Chance for gold in 4x100m final Aug. 6
Alexandria’s Noah Lyles, one of the most talked about athletes leading up to the Tokyo Olympic Games, left the world’s biggest athletic stage with a bronze medal in the men’s 200-meter final Aug. 4 at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo.
Students, organizations stay connected while staying safe.
Islamic Relief prepares 100,000 meals on MLK day of service.
Unused drugs collected during DEA’s Prescription Take Back Day.
Spring2ACTion tops $2 million for local causes.
Spring2Action online giving day set for April 28
Spring2Action, Alexandria’s annual online day of giving, officially begins April 28 and will run for 24 hours to raise funds for nonprofits across the city.
Vital religious observances go virtual.
$4,000 to help with conservation of 1858 Prettyman Hose Carriage.
Spring2Action online giving day set for April 10.
“Mr. Parade,” volunteer organizer dies at 67
No name is more synonymous with Alexandria’s signature events than Joe Shumard.
Spring2ACTion sets $2 million goal for online giving.
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.
Donors, volunteers needed to help families in need.