Donations collected for Alive!, ARHA
Members of the Departmental Progressive Club held a food and gift card drive Feb. 20 to collect non-perishable items for local families.
Retired Alexandria Police Department K-9 Czekaj has died.
Vote is unanimous on Old Town development.
The controversial Heritage at Old Town development project will move forward following unanimous approval by the Alexandria City Council at its Feb. 20 public hearing.
Volunteers care for feral cat colony
Ever since Devon Cain was a young girl, she has loved cats.
Dolce & Bean presented with 2021 award
The Del Ray Business Association presented Dolce & Bean with the 2021 "Heart of Del Award" on Feb. 12.
Bill Reagan helps local businesses flourish.
Bill Reagan is not a very good salesman.
2021 awards to honor women on front lines of pandemic
Nominations are now open for the 2021 Alexandria Celebrates Women Awards.
Food and clothing drive supports local charities
More than 50 people braved the ice and freezing temperatures Feb. 13 to participate in the 13th annual Alexandrians Have Heart clothing and food drive sponsored by former City Councilman Frank Fannon.
Beloved crossing guard dies at 95
For 50 years, Charlotte Ross was a fixture at the intersection of Polk Avenue and North Pegram Street, shepherding generations of students to safety as a crossing guard at James K. Polk Elementary School.
Alive! collects housewares for those in need.
Alive! collected dozens of boxes of new and gently used housewares during a drive-by donation day Feb. 6 at Fairlington United Methodist Church.