Rotary honors community leaders.
SFA raises $300k for students in need.
High school athletes to be honored May 30.
Agenda:Alexandria program set for May 22.
WWII combat photographer Norm Hatch dies at 96.
SOLA gala benefits ASO
Award winning combat photographer dies at 96.
Norm Hatch, a Marine Corps combat photographer, dead at 96
Retail shops open on Cameron, S. Union.
NSF topic of upcoming Agenda:Alexandria forum.
Valor Awards to honor 21 first responders.
Motley Fool co-founder to keynote Philanthropy Summit.
Spring2Action raises over $1.5 million for local nonprofits.
Event raises $4,000.
Community giving day set for April 5.
Founder of ASAP Printing helped transform Del Ray.
’83 TC grad dies in cycling accident.
MetroStage hosts The Alexandria Singers cabaret.
10 honored in Salute to Women Awards.
Paul Frank of McLean Orchestra Dies
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.
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.
ASF apprentice builds for the future.
For nine months, Jay Helinksi worked as an apprentice with the Alexandria Seaport Foundation.
To many, Bob Michel will be remembered as the longtime Illinois congressman and skilled politician who served for 38 years in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Donley, Euille among 2017 honorees.
Former Alexandria mayors Kerry Donley and Bill Euille are among the Class of 2017 Living Legends of Alexandria who will be honored at the organization’s 10th anniversary Meet the Legends reception March 16 at the George Washington Masonic Memorial.
Ballyshaners host 36th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
St. Patrick's Day parade in Old Town, Alexandria
Raising funds to fight child abuse
Alexandria West Rotary Club donates books
Tilelli honors service of Washington, first responders.
Friendship Veterans Fire Engine Association
University of Virginia seminar studies tension between “The Science & Lived Experience of Autism.”
Despite a recent surge in attention and research over the past decade about autism, controversy exists.
George Washington Birthday parade returns after two-year absence.
Wearing t-shirts and shorts, a crowd of thousands turned out for the City of Alexandria’s George Washington Birthday Parade, which made its return after a two-year absence due to extreme weather conditions.
SSA gala to honor family community service.
The proverb “charity begins at home” describes the family of 100-year-old William Charity and the decades of community service inspired by the patriarch’s example of service to others.
Gala to honor ACT, Sengel.
ACT, the city’s primary resource for the prevention, investigation and treatment of child abuse.
Civil War nursing subject of Agenda:Alexandria.
Civil War nursing
Records set in premier rowing competition.
Athletes from Alexandria Community Rowing were among those setting records at the 2017 Mid-Atlantic Erg Sprints held Feb. 4 at T.C. Williams High School.
Washington Post sports columnist Dan Steinberg will be the guest speaker at the Feb. 21 meeting of the Alexandria Sportsman’s Club.
Event Kicks off the George Washington Celebration
Gen. John H. Tilelli (ret.) will be the keynote speaker at the Feb. 20 Friendship Veterans Fire Engine Association annual breakfast.
Guitar Center opens in Alexandria.
Wedding Showcase to feature “Say Yes to the Dress” host Durham.
Monte Durham, co-host and fashion director of TLC’s “Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta,” will be the featured guest at the first annual Alexandria Wedding Showcase Feb. 19 at The Westin Alexandria.
Dennis Belmont, a resident and small business owner in the Del Ray community, was elected president of the Del Ray Business Association at the organization’s Jan. 16 meeting.
Benefit to be held February 10
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine will be among those honored Feb. 10 at this year’s Dunbar Alexandria-Olympic Boys and Girls Club annual fundraiser.
Local officers provide security for inaugural events.
More than 100 officers from the Fairfax County Police Department assisted in security during Inauguration Day activities Jan. 20 in Washington, D.C. as Donald Trump was sworn in as 45th President of the United States.
Sportsman’s Club to host Nats VP Jan. 26
Damon Jones, of the the Washington Nationals, will be the guest speaker at the Alexandria Sportsman’s Club Jan. 26 at the Old Dominion Boat Club.
Local celebrated as Trump’s press secretary
Newly minted White House press secretary Sean Spicer
Locals celebrate Trump inauguration.
The Alexandria Republican City Committee celebrated the inauguration of President Donald Trump with a gala held Jan. 20 at the Old Dominion Boat Club.
Local officers provide security for inaugural events.
More than 100 officers from Fairfax County and the City of Alexandria reported for duty during the pre-dawn hours of Jan. 20 to help provide security during Inauguration Day activities in Washington, D.C.
Experts to discuss impact of local election changes.
When Democrats Justin Wilson and Tim Lovain lost their City Council seats to Republicans Frank Fannon and Alicia Hughes in 2009, they put forth the proposal to move local elections from May to November, an initiative that passed the majority Democratic council in June of that same year.
David Speck, former Alexandria City Councilman and member of the Virginia House of Delegates, has been appointed by Gov. Terry McAuliffe to serve in the McAuliffe administration as a board member of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority.
First Night events draw thousands.
Revelers from around the world descended on Alexandria to ring in the new year as a midnight fireworks show ushered in 2017 and concluded the 22nd annual First Night Alexandria celebration.