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- Alexandria People At Work: It’s All About the Milk
- Alexandria Snapshot: Back-to-School Supply Drive
- Alexandria Seeks Cycling Spokespersons
- Alexandria Snapshots: Early Start
- Alexandria People: Celebrating Their Golden Anniversary
- Alexandria: TC Field Hockey Dominates at Under the Lights Tournament
- Alexandria: State Final Appearance Gives Ireton Football ‘Sense of Purpose’
- Alexandria: Former Centreville Assistant Matthie Takes Over at T.C. Williams
- Alexandria Q&A: T.C. Williams Grad Holland to Play at Fairmont State
- Q&A: TC Williams Rising Senior Tovsky Committed to Elon Baseball
- Alexandria Neighborhoods: Taylor Run
- Letter: Prudent Investments
- Letter: Appreciates Progress
- Column: Gumball Memories
- Letter: Importance Of History
- Letter: Adaptive Reuse of Ramsey Homes
- Letter: Examining Fiscal Policies
- Alexandria: Shared Vision
- Letter: City's Enviable Balance Sheet
- Letter: Where To Spend
It was dark on the farm as Kinsley Coulter got up at 2 a.m. to load his truck and drive the 150 miles from Juniata County, Pa. to the Alexandria Farmer's market on Saturday.
The local chapter of the National Forum of Black Public Administrators (NFBPA) participates yearly with Alexandria City Public Schools in collecting items for an annual back-to-school supply drive. James Hunt is the president of the Alexandria Metro Chapter of NFBPA.
Transportation Master Plan could shift gears in favor of cycling community.
Do cyclists in Alexandria ride in the road or on the sidewalk? How do cyclists riding the Mount Vernon trail pass through Alexandria?
Alexandria City Public Schools kicked off its week-long Kindergarten Prep (K-Prep) program and two-day Middle School Prep programs last week with the aim of having every child acclimated to their new environment and routines and ready for learning on the first day of school.
Deborah Dodge, then 17, wedded James W. Blackburn, Jr., then 18, on Aug. 27, 50 years ago at Christ Church in Rockville, Md., officiated by the Rev. Raymond P. Black.