In the quiet, little village of Chipping Cleghorn, an announcement in the local newspaper indicates that a murder will take place in the home of Miss…
Fall Book Sale at Duncan Library from Wednesday, Sept. 27 to Saturday, Sept. 30, 2023. Friends of Duncan Library Members can take advantage of a spec…
Michael Freedman Mike Freedman, who found respite in radio early on and would become a radio network executive, journal…
Dementia is a subject discussed in our homes and hospitals repeatedly and increasingly. This week we offer ways to communicate better with your loved…
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Agatha Christie mystery opens at ACCT.
Fall Book Sale at Duncan Library from Wednesday, Sept. 27 to Saturday, Sept. 30, 2023.
Mike Freedman, who found respite in radio early on and would become a radio network executive, journalism professor and university administrator, died at home in Alexandria, Va., surrounded by his family, on Sept. 18 from pancreatic cancer. He was 71.
My Loved One Has Dementia. What Do I Say or Do?
“We want our loved ones to smile.” — Speech language pathologist Susan Wranik
Alexandria Police Department unveils Suicide Memorial.
“Make no mistake -- they are and will always be our brothers in blue.” — Retired Police Chief David Baker