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Government, Police & Fire, Business, The Neighborhood Files
Charles Snelling's family says he ended his wife's life and then took his own
Stephanie Pace Brown is leaving the Alexandria Convention and Visitors Association for a new job in June.
Hume Springs resident has been an advocate for low-income housing, affordable quality health services and maintaining diversity.
Government, Business, Local Connections
Proposed route will connect King Street and Braddock Road Metro stations before heading up Mt. Vernon Avenue.
Government, Arts, Local Connections
Fort Ward Museum and Historic site is hosting a reenactment of the Civil War Balloon Corps, featuring a netted gas balloon.
Government, Local Connections
New Waterfront Commission will advise City Council and Alexandria staff on the implementation of the Waterfront Small Area Plan.
Democrat throws support behind challenger Bruce Shuttleworth.
Government, Business, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
After surveying vendors, customers and businesses owners, Alexandria City Council approves opening and closing the market with later hours.
Elections, Local Connections
U.S. Senate candidate listens to concerns and issues facing female troops and military spouses.
Government, The Neighborhood Files, Awareness
A group of Alexandrians have formed the Justice for Trayvon Committee in support of the 17-year-old Floridian killed last month.
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