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- Safety at a Crossroads in Poor Communities Across Northern Virginia
- Helping Children To Get Ready for School
- New Board To Lead Volunteer Alexandria
- Police Warn of ‘Spoofing’ Fraud
- Running Back Adusei-Poku to Lead Mount Vernon Offense
- Ross Enters First Season as West Potomac Head Coach
- West Potomac Grad Lescher To Play Baseball at Penn
- Ireton Grad Cunningham to Play Lax at Rhodes College
- West Potomac Slugger Sara Showed Power Late in Sophomore Season
- Editorial: Accountability for Police in Northern Virginia
- All Write For Now
- Write Now, I Just Don’t Know
- Homelessness: Source of Trauma for Children
- Letter: Congratulations On OLDA Success
- School Board Funds Full Day Mondays
- Planning Commission Tables Residential Studio Amendment
- Governor's Mansion, Confidential
- Fairfax School Board Elects Chairman, Vice Chair
- School Board Decreases Suspension Time
Linebackers strength of Majors defense.
Mount Vernon will open the season against Edison on Aug. 28.
Wolverine athletes eager to prove themselves.
First-year West Potomac head coach Jeremiah Ross was a three-year starter at right tackle for Fresno State.
Less affluent neighborhoods in Northern Virginia suffer from higher pedestrian fatalities.
A national database of pedestrian crashes compiled by Governing Magazine shows 95 pedestrian fatalities in Northern Virginia between 2008 and 2012. While 26 of the pedestrian fatalities occurred in wealthy neighborhoods, where the per capita income is more than $53,000, a much larger number happened in poor communities like this stretch of Route 1 in Mount Vernon.
Trust and pride are two reasons that people — especially seniors — don’t always reach out to us to help them with home repairs. But it’s for those very reasons that people should. Rebuilding Together Alexandria is a nonprofit that focuses on neighbors helping neighbors.
At Inova Alexandria Hospital, our staff is collecting school supplies to help area children arrive at school in September prepared to hit the books. We’ve teamed up with Alexandria City Public Schools’ (ACPS) Family and Community Engagement Center and the non-profit Community Partners for Children for the 23rd annual ACPS School Supply Drive.