Farm market vendors turn on a dime to adapt to the times.
Shopping bags are lined up at six-foot intervals at the Lubber Run Farmer’s Market at Barrett Elementary on Saturday morning at 8 a.m.
Local officials urge voting absentee.
Many things in what we used to call “normal” life have changed, but the election is still only three months away.
Rosa Landeros is the parent liaison at Mount Vernon Community School, but she says her real calling is to welcome families to the community and act as the cultural broker between the students, teachers, parents and the community.
Sam Torrey Shoe Service closes after 55 years.
The cubbies and shelves that normally would hold over 500 shoes, purses and other items are now mostly empty as Sam Torrey Shoe Services prepares to close on Friday, July 31.
Kristina Markarian sits in front of her baby grand piano in her music studio next to her home in McLean.
Unemployment crisis due to coronavirus leaves families in jeopardy.
The impact of the coronavirus with loss of income has led to a roller coaster for many Alexandria families who have fallen behind on their rent.
You can keep on reading during the brave new world of coronavirus rules and restrictions.
Marta Hill Gray wears one of her masks as she has her temperature taken, signs in with her own pen and walks through the door of Culpepper Garden on July 1.
ALIVE! serves as the City’s basic food resource for people in need through many programs targeting specific populations.
Ann Patterson, Food Program Director for ALIVE!, says that the first week after the pandemic was announced, they packed for 400 in their regular food distribution but 1,100 families showed up.
It is Monday morning, and eight vegetable bagging work stations are located more than six feet apart in the Rock Spring United Church of Christ Carpenter Room.