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Democratic leaders and gay advocates are slamming the Virginia Republican Party's ticket — Ken Cuccinelli for governor and E.W. Jackson for lieutenant governor. Do you agree with them?
Two new city efforts are designed to foster small business procurement opportunities and smooth out the permit process.
Radio station personality Bert Weiss has taken over the morning spot replacing the "Jack Diamond Morning Show" on 107.3 FM with "The Bert Show." Are you tuning in or tuning out?
The owners of the 125 condo unit enclave in Old Town had to pay up to $20,000 each to repair their damaged buildings.
Mike Monroe did a 24-hour indoor row-a-thon to raise money for extreme allergy sufferers, such as his 8-year-old son.
A new child care facility is now open on N. Henry Street.
The local soccer organization held an end-of-season festival at Witter Field Saturday.
The property, overseen by the Alexandria Housing Development Corporation, is opening its doors as part of a day-long event highlighting affordable housing.
City Council is expected to consider a proposal in June put together by staff.
Sens. Kaine and Warner offered language promoting Alexandria and Arlington's Four Mile Run as a recreational resource.
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