Poet Laureate suffers massive heart attack.
Captain Ryan Wojtanowski, longtime head captain of the Dandy Dinner Boats in Alexandria, died suddenly May 26 after suffering a massive heart attack.
After speaking out about Old Colony Inn, Marston visited by police.
Morrill “Bud” Marston is one of the residents who’d expressed dissatisfaction with the Old Colony Inn redevelopment, sometimes more vocally than his neighbors, but that’s never been uncommon at meetings surrounding new development in Old Town Alexandria.
Alexandria-gospelFEST brings people together.
Alexandria inaugurated a two-day gospel fest on May 20-21 at the Dr. Oswald Durant Memorial Center on Cameron Street. Alexandria-gospelFEST showcased Alexandria’s heritage of gospel music.
Historic Highway Marker celebrates historic black Alexandria church.
Seven generations of pastors have passed through Beulah Baptist Church.
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage announced its top sales associates of 2015 at Blackwall Hitch in Old Town on Thursday, April 28.
Girl Scout Cadette, Alessandra (“Ally") DelDonna, recently earned her Silver Award.
Business leader, philanthropist helped shape city.
His name may not be familiar, but anyone walking the streets of Alexandria has seen the influence of Roger Machanic, the real estate developer behind The Montgomery Center in North Old Town and The Crilley Warehouse Executive Office Suites.
Vietnam Memorial seeking photos of 13 local veterans.
The name of Capt. Humbert Roque "Rocky" Versace is among the more than 58,000 soldiers memorialized on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C.
OTAC award honors its past president.
West Potomac High School senior Jarrod Denham was awarded $500 as the second annual recipient of the Peter Williams Memorial Scholarship during Old Town Alexandria Connections’ May 11 luncheon meeting at Belle Haven Country Club.
Seniors explore for-profit prisons in America.
“Rubaiyat, Drew, and Jonathan? Worked with them for three years, and in those past three years I have seen them grow.”
From The Old Town Boutique District
Yes, Virginia, there will be picnics in your life.
The Metropolitan Youth Tap Ensemble of Metropolitan School of the Arts in Alexandria performed for the Black History Month Celebration by Music at NOVA at the Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center in Alexandria. Other entertainment included poetry, Martin Luther King, Jr. excerpt readings, NOVA Jazz Ensemble, NOVA Community Chorus and more.
An occasional series, drawn from the Alexandria Citizen’s Police Academy.
The man arrives at the door. One second passes.
Alexandria honors slain transportation expert.
Originally, the Woodrow Wilson bridge was going to be a car only bridge, like the old drawbridge it replaced.
Each year on May 12, Keller Williams Associates devote their time and energy to helping a local charitable organization.