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‘A Special Place’

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...

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Racing Into History

Lyles sets a new American 200m record.

Ever since he starred in track at what is now Alexandria City High School, the 200-meter race was a specialty for Noah Lyles.

Play Ball!

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...

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Honoring a Hero in Alexandria

Last known Battle of the Bulge survivor celebrated.

WWII Veteran

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Good Deeds Day in Alexandria

Agudas Achim, Alfred Street Baptist join forces to combat hunger.

Good Deeds

‘Anastasia’

Bishop Ireton production to aid Ukrainian refugees.

Aid to Ukrainian Refugees

And the Winner Is…

Lena’s named Heart of Del Ray.

heart of Del Ray

Parajon Proposes FY 2023 Budget

General fund increases to $830 million.

Budget

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‘Held Hostage by VDOT’ in Alexandria

Locals among those stranded on I-95 during snowstorm.

Snow on Roads

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Christmas in Camp in Alexandria

Fort Ward reenacts Civil War Christmas.

Fort Ward Christmas

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‘Night and Day’ in Alexandria

Station 203 project completed.

New Fire Station

It Takes a Village

Senior Villages ease aging in place.

Senior Villages

‘An Officer and a Gentleman’

Ben Kellom, Democratic party stalwart, dies at 90.

Ben Kellom, Democratic party stalwart, dies at 90.

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Noah Lyles Takes Bronze

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.

Alexandria Aces Advance to Championship Series

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.

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They’re Back! Alexandria Aces Open Season at Frank Mann Field

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.

Alexandria Council Approves 2022 Budget

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.

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Remembering Rose Berler

Longtime civic activist dies at 95

Gardening was a passion for Rose Berler, who won numerous awards for the Lincolnia Hills garden she first began tending in 1958.

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Knock Your Stalks Off in Alexandria

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.

The Final Countdown in Alexandria

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.

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