BI Hackathon draws 150 students.
Ceremony commemorates end of WWI.
Founder of city’s MLK Day celebrations dies at 75.
Local efforts complete city’s fallen Vietnam veterans project.
Super Bowl XXVI running back was Rookie of the Year.
Firefighters distribute coats, books to local charities.
Juried show celebrates 32 years.
WWII veteran, business owners to be honored Nov. 8.
Rotary Club raises $70k for local charities.
Curran laces up for Marine Corps Marathon.
Port City Brewery’s Butcher is Business Leader of the Year.
Volunteers honored for community service.
New location open on Cameron Street.
Event to raise funds for women in need.
City Council hearing set for Oct. 13.
Visitor spending hits record high of $826 million.
Landrum recognized for AEDP leadership.
Lecture series honors Rabbi Jack Moline.
Events planned for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Groundbreaking on new academic center.
Garrett honored as Harmonizers celebrate 70 years.
Plans for T.C. stadium renovations move forward.
Flooding expected to impact region for several days.
Alexandria Commons is 15th Virginia location.
Sportsman’s Club to honor student athletes.
Untouchables mentoring program celebrates 30 years.
Detention Center holds creative writing contest.
Grant changes announced.
Political maverick, EHS grad dies at 81.
From the waterfront to the West End.
Navigating the ABCs
Dining out or volunteering, opportunities abound to help community.
Memorabilia sale to include Ireland’s Own Reagan table.
Residents use community meeting to question senator.
Friendship Firehouse Festival
Chamber honors young city leaders.
Gallery owner, businessman dies at 79.
Coast Guard commissions newest Fast Response Cutter.
City celebrates 269th birthday.
Arts, civic leader dies at 91.
On May 20, the longtime Alexandrian died at Inova Alexandria Hospital from complications of pneumonia. She was 91.
Slover retires after 30-year RPCA career.
A 30-year era has come to an end as Mac Slover, director of sports for the city’s Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities, celebrated his retirement June 15 at the Kelley Cares Miracle Field at the Nannie J. Lee Recreation Center.
Giant Food, Myron Mixon raise funds for USO.