Aces’ Hammond is lone female Ripken League coach
Jennifer Hammond may be the new kid on the block when it comes to the coaching staff of the Alexandria Aces, but she is no stranger to a baseball field.
Chamber honors young business leaders
Alexandria’s business community gathered July 15 at The Alexandrian Hotel to celebrate the Chamber ALX’s 40 Under 40 class of 2021 honorees.
NHL great opened Old Town sports bar in 1983
To anyone who knew him, Bryan Watson was larger than life.
For decades, Lorraine Lloyd has been a fixture in the City of Alexandria.
Historic property seeks to raise funds to rebuild.
“We are a small nonprofit. Insurance is not going to cover this, so we are counting on the goodwill of the community to help us.”
Officers, officials bid adieu to Chief Brown
Alexandria Police Chief Michael Brown was fêted as he made his final appearance at police headquarters June 25 to begin his retirement after 46 years in law enforcement.
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.
Noah Lyles headed to Tokyo Olympics
Only a few short years ago, Noah Lyles could be seen warming up to the strains of James Brown’s “I Feel Good” as he trained on the track of Parker-Gray Memorial Field at what was then T.C. Williams High School.
‘Flags for Heroes’ on display at Cedar Knoll
The strains of Amazing Grace filled the air as a lone bagpiper stood among hundreds of American flags overlooking the Potomac River as part of the 4th annual Flags for Heroes display June 27 on the grounds of Cedar Knoll Restaurant.
Old Town Arts and Crafts Fair makes 2021 return.
Following a one-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Volunteer Alexandria brought back the popular Old Town Arts and Crafts Fair held June 12 at Waterfront Park.