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DPC of Alexandria Turns 90

Gala to be held Sept. 30.

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GW Birthday Parade units honored.

GW Birthday Parade units honored.

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Back to School Community Day Aug. 23

Haircuts, backpacks at Gum Springs Community Center.

Community Day Gum Springs

Restaurateur To Be Honored

Blackburn named Business Leader of the Year.

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Patsy Ticer Dies at 82

City’s first female mayor a political trailblazer.

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Youth Football Camp Offered

NFL’s Thomas, city partner to teach gridiron skills.

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Nicholas Villar Awarded $500 Old Town Alexandria Connections Scholarship

Hayfield Secondary School senior to attend Virginia Tech.

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Marine Sanctuary Proposed for the Potomac

ASF apprentices visit Mallows Bay.

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Piece of Cake in Alexandria

Lillian Patterson celebrates 90th birthday.

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Friendship Firehouse Festival

243rd birthday celebration set for Aug. 5

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Lighting Up the Night in Alexandria

City celebrates 268th birthday.

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Camping for Success

T.C. Cadets participate in leadership challenge.

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Hopkins House leverages Amazon “Prime Day” promotion.

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ZIPS Expands to Mount Vernon

One price dry cleaners opens in Sacramento Center.

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Ending on a High Note at T.C. Williams

Dingle bids farewell to Alexandria Singers.

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Living Legends

Linda Hafer and Bill Kehoe

Living Legends

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‘Lead – Don’t Follow’ in Alexandria

Cora Kelly students debut music video.

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Reaffirming ‘Our Home’

In wake of attacks, community celebrates reopening of Simpson Field.

Take Back Simpson Park

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Service Above Self in Alexandria

Rotary Club donates $108,000 to local nonprofits.

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Remembering the Fallen in Alexandria

Families gather to honor veterans.

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2017 Athletes of the Year

Redskins’ Edwards to keynote 62nd ASC gala.

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‘Tiny’ Design Reaps Rewards in Alexandria

TC’s Hendi receives Rotary scholarship.

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Pioneers of Innovation in Alexandria

Inventors Hall of Fame inducts Class of 2017.

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‘Service Above Self’ in Alexandria

Rotary honors community leaders.

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Titanic Success in Alexandria

SFA raises $300k for students in need.

Brad Edwards to Keynote ASC Gala

High school athletes to be honored May 30.

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Debating Gun Control

Agenda:Alexandria program set for May 22.

Debate scheduled

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Obituary: Eyewitness to History

WWII combat photographer Norm Hatch dies at 96.

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Shamrocks and Champagne in Alexandria

SOLA gala benefits ASO

Norm Hatch Dies

Award winning combat photographer dies at 96.

Norm Hatch, a Marine Corps combat photographer, dead at 96

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New Kids on the Block

Retail shops open on Cameron, S. Union.

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Alexandria: New Kid in Town

NSF topic of upcoming Agenda:Alexandria forum.

Hometown Heroes

Valor Awards to honor 21 first responders.

‘Invest in Our Community’

Motley Fool co-founder to keynote Philanthropy Summit.

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Thanks a Million

Spring2Action raises over $1.5 million for local nonprofits.

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Gunston Hall School Days

Event raises $4,000.

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Spring2ACTion 2017 in Alexandria

Community giving day set for April 5.

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Obituary: Al Grande Dies at 80

Founder of ASAP Printing helped transform Del Ray.

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Obituary: Eric Michael Weight, 51

’83 TC grad dies in cycling accident.

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Chordially Yours in Alexandria

MetroStage hosts The Alexandria Singers cabaret.

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Leading Ladies in Alexandria

10 honored in Salute to Women Awards.

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McLean Orchestra’s Paul Frank dies at 76.

Paul Frank of McLean Orchestra Dies

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All in the Family

SSA honors community service.

A record crowd gathered March 4 at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center as Senior Services of Alexandria held its 2017 Generation to Generation Gala to recognize two Alexandria families for their long-term commitment to giving back to the Alexandria community.

The Music Man

ASO executive director Paul Frank dies at 76.

A conductor’s podium was as much an office for Paul Frank as was the traditional CEO corner suite.

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