City of Alexandria Recognizes First Annual National Fentanyl Awareness Day, May 10, On Heels of Recent Overdose Spike
Join the City of Alexandria and communities around the nation in support of the first annual National Fentanyl Awareness Day on May 10 to raise awareness about fentanyl-laced illicit drugs, ways that residents can prevent substance misuse, and treatment resources to manage substance use disorders.
Rappellers raise funds for New Hope Housing.
Excitement was mixed with tinges of fear as more than 80 volunteers rappelled down the 14-story Crystal City Hilton as part of the Over the Edge fundraiser for New Hope Housing.
A wife, mother, and small business owner makes a difference with just one call.
In celebration of its five-year anniversary of partnering with schools to fight teen hunger, Food For Neighbors recognized key volunteers and school administrators. Food For Neighbors began just over five years ago by helping hungry students in two schools. Now the all-volunteer nonprofit is serving approximately 1,700 students weekly in 29 schools in Fairfax County and Loudoun County.
The Alexandria City High School Rowing program christened its new shell, the Lisa Zickar, Saturday, April 23 at the Dee Campbell Boathouse in Old Town.
One month, one family at a time
Last known Battle of the Bulge survivor celebrated.
Governor proposes gas-tax holiday, but will Virginians benefit?
Governor signs bill to improve election returns at the precinct level.
Lawhorne honored for 43-year career.
Retired after 40 years
Springtime tradition offers a glimpse into Virginia’s historic homes and gardens
ALX Dog Walk raises $40k for local initiatives.
Historic marker dedicated at Earl Lloyd boyhood home.
Earl Lloyd boyhood home.